David McClellan | TechnoThoven

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TechnoThoven

by David McClellan

Soundtracks.Traditional strings,wood,and brass collated with synthesizers and digital effects.
Genre: Electronic: Virtual Orchestra
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1. The Watch Chair
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2. Ten Ten
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3. First Increment
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4. The Parrot's Beak
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5. No Such Recourse
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6. Elberon Station
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7. DLH
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8. As With Most Distractions
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9. The Bettymer & the Leximer
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10. Down at 25
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11. Buried in Space
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12. Observance
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13. In the Presence of Mel
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TechnoThoven ... not a claim of ability or accomplishment, merely an attempt to describe the sounds. Violins, chasing synthesizer patterns with traditional instruments of wood, and brass fading into effects of digital origin.
If there were a theme to this project, it might be “This day in History” with several of the titles referencing events in history that happened on the same date as the initial attempt at the songs, such as “The Parrot’s Beak” a part of Cambodia nicknamed during the Vietnam war. In some cases the historical events became a source of further inspiration, when the songs were revisited. Others were an expression of personal experiences, ranging from “DLH” written in the midst of loss, a few hours after learning of the death of a lifelong friend, to the triumphant “In the Presence of Mel”, a result of witnessing a joyous wedding, at the center, the bride, Melody.


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Eric Jamison

Ten Ten ! ?? Interesting
If Ten Ten isn't in a movie, it should be! Where did the name come from?

zigman23

Thank you cdbaby!
I can't believe how many interesting artists there are on this website! I stumbled on to this cd actually looking for someone else! Very interesting sounds. Ten Ten is probably my favorite. TechnoThoven indeed! Good job!