Max Corbacho | Ars Lucis

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Ars Lucis

by Max Corbacho

Light and harmony could set this purely atmospheric new work by Max Corbacho. Not the blinding light from outside but light filtered through high windows of colored glass, broken and transformed into multi-colored gems, transferring that which is material to That which is immaterial.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Light-Matrix Portal
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14:13 album only
2. Narthex
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12:32 album only
3. Pillar Ascension
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16:23 album only
4. Transept Sapphire Glass
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4:48 album only
5. Choir Ecstasy
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4:54 album only
6. Keystone Meditation
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2:51 album only
7. Mirabilis Structura
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Light and harmony could set this purely atmospheric new work by Max Corbacho. Not the blinding light from outside but light filtered through high windows of colored glass, broken and transformed into multi-colored gems, transferring that which is material to That which is immaterial. Like a weightless dream, the main theme is exposed in Light-Matrix Portal, where a gentle swirl of chords leads us, as in a Gothic doorway, in a magnificent space. The main theme remains on all the pieces in a subtle way, spreading mystical, delicate scents through labyrinthine passages ascending and spiraling to the vaults. Max presents the album’s flow through different sonic zones sequentially, as if we proceeded on walking meditation in a 13th century cathedral.

"Like standing in a Galactic Cathedral, bluish, clean, expansive”

"If Goethe called architecture frozen music, it seems that Max Corbacho succeeded in his latest recording to release music from stone without losing the sacred geometries. ARS LUCIS delivers a perfect flow of space, sound and silence manifested in seven tracks of pure meditative harmonies. Every piece of music shine with aural beauty from a quiet inner centre opening to the infinite. Delicate resonances are melting into an uncognoscible light, calling the senses to perceive beyond any form, infusing the mind with spaciousness that permeats and pervades an entire world of subtle experiences. Listening effortlessly, finally you will feel your entire being as a unique stained glass window crossed by abundant luminous waves projecting a radiant display of color on distant ethereal planes. ARS LUCIS proves to be an effective tool for expanding consciousness and a treasure for fans of deep ambient music."

(Marius-Christian Burcea, producer/host "Journeys to the Infinite")


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Sergey Lenkov

Ambient Currents
Impressive floating relaxing ambient album with spiritual feelings. The music fills the space around you as a cool breeze and you could listen to the real sounds in your room (or from ouside) mixed with the music by Max.
Ideal background meditative music for creative work. Thank you, Max!
You could listen to this album many times. It reminds of Cathedral Oceans by John Foxx.

Richard Gurtler

Bravó Maestro!!!
I always wanted to write few lines on this masterwork, so now it's finally the right time. But first of all, I must say this is not the newest work of Max Corbacho, in Barcelona based composer. Max has released at the end of December 2010, "Deep Time" download only album, but since I am a die-hard fan of physical CDs, I would rather focus on this CD album. Before you enter the sonic worlds of Max Corbacho, you are confronted with cover artwork of the medieval rose window of the graceful Cathedral Basilica of Saint Denis. And what about the music? "Ars Lucis" is the most serene and peaceful work Max Corbacho has ever done. Listening to opener, "Light-Matrix Portal", is like standing in the choir of this cathedral and exploring all the architectural monumentality, gracefulness and magnificence. The music is very minimal in its structure, sounding really quiet and slow-motion floating, but its effect is enormous, just like the cathedral, it's monumental, graceful and magnicifent. "Light-Matrix Portal" is undoubtedly one of the most tranquil, immense and impact compositions I have ever heard in ambient music!!! This lyrical beauty and spaciousness weaves through the whole album, even if divided in 7 pieces, the overall feel is like one long-form continous composition. All based on floating meditative soundwalls, ocassionally enriched by some swirling, emerging and fading-out sounds. But always appearing in very elegant and fragile texture. "Narthex", "Pillar Ascension", "Transept Sapphire Glass" or "Choir Ecstasy" can't be better examples, but I could easily mention here also last two remaining pieces. "Ars Lucis" is mysteriously beautiful, amorphous and captivating composition presenting Max Corbacho in the deepest and finest end of the pure atmospheric soundscape genre. Bravó Maestro!!!

Richard Gürtler (Bratislava, Slovakia)