Dream Erosion (Synthesizer Songs)

by Fred Thomas

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Premonition 01:17
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Backstroke 04:18
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Sonar 05:45
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Glimmer 01:28
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Salvation 01:19
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about

Written, recorded, mixed and edited May-August, 2020 by Fred Thomas, excluding "Kitchen" and "That Summer."

"Kitchen" is a group improvisation recorded July 19, 2019 with Dominic Coppola and Chuck Sipperly in Chuck's synth kitchen. Dominic plays Sequential Circuits PRO 1 and Korg Mono/Poly, Chuck plays Oberheim OB-6 and Fred plays Wurlitzer Electric Piano, student model. Recorded live with no overdubs.

"That Summer" written by Fred Thomas and Mary Fraser. Mary plays vibraphone and Fred plays Korg Mono/Poly.

Other instruments: Roland SH-101, Roland JP08, Waldorf Blofeld desktop unit, guitar, ride cymbal through contact mic, drums, various tape echoes and tapes, cracked copy of Ableton 9 and several of its stock soft synths.

credits

released September 4, 2020

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