ILEA, the flexible twelve members ensemble dedicated to improvisation in mixed music which I'm part of is launching its new album called Post.Variations.
It's a 7 tracks opus exploring different ranges of calm and unfolds controlled sonic explosions. Post.Variations offers a musical osmosis of acoustic and electronic sounds: a dreamlike microcosm in which ILÉA members develop multiple universes that build and merge during each performance.
You can listen to it here:
Next date: 6 November at Claude-Champagne, Montreal with Jean Piché
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It's been a while since the library is out but better late than never!
I'm really happy to announce that RARE WINDS, the last library from Articulated Sound is out !
Since now one year, Stephane Dufour, the founder of the Articulated is traveling around the world recording sounds so we included urban & wild winds from Iceland, Canada, Argentina, Marocco, Chile, Greece, France.
I myself contributed with some recordings and I added a designed section with tonal and deep synth wind sounds.
I know I'm related to the project but honestly it's one the most beautiful library I own.
2 years after the first instalment of Ghosts sound library, THEY COME BACK!
Through the development process, we gathered unique sonic materials from the scary inaudible sounds up to the piercing cry of Banshee ghosts. Included are: 14 pre-baked atmospheres, 38 designed sound, and 373 useful source sounds.
It comprises recordings of male and female ghosts, crows, miscellaneous sounds of the house, bells, extensive door knocks from various perspectives, and sounds of ghost trying to enter a room.
The atmospheres are easy and ready to use, containing haunting houses, town, forest, cemetery, thunderstorm, and eerie soundscapes.
I'm so glad and proud to announce that I'm working with ARTICULATED Sound Effects Libraries, an amazing Montreal company who provide professional sound effects for film to video game creators and everybody in between.
(The truth is it's been already one year I'm working with them but I never took the time to write it here)
Here is an cool introduction video about what we do: