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A Gentle Sounding Of Chaotic Extensions

Artist: Dave Fuglewicz

Year: 1995
Country: United States
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Format: Tape
 Information from the album page at the Internet Archive:

"A Gentle Sounding Of Chaotic Extensions" was released in March of 1995 on cassette. This was my ninth release. In 1993 I took about a year off to build and rebuild my equipment and that's why I didn't release anything in 1994, but by March of 1995 I had enough for another release. Also, this was the first time I had contributions by other musicians, my friends Pete Comely and Marty Ashmore added significant parts on two of the compositions. This release, I feel is a small quantum step above the work I did on my previous release,
"Passage". I really was starting to use my Roland TR-707, which added a rhythm pallette that was light years above what had in my Casio keyboard.

My equipment at this time: ARP 2600, ARP Odyssey, ARP Sequencer, Roland TR-707 Drum machine, modified Casio keyboard, Digitech 7.6 Delay, several effects "stomp" boxes, some home made synthesizer modules.

All tracks recorded to my trusty four track Vesta-Fire MR-10B cassette deck.

"Into": completed February, 1995. A short piece, just to get the ball rolling.
"Controlled Substance": completed February, 1995. Pete Comely (aka Pete Painful) contributes 'out of control guitar'.
"Waves": completed February, 1995. Waves of sound wash over you like a ocean of feathers.
"Nine Point Harvest Plan": completed February, 1993.
"In A Finity": completed April, 1994.
"Noise Ghost": completed February, 1995.
"Nomad's Journey": completed June, 1994.
"Theta Meadow": completed February, 1995. Just lying in a meadow, and spacing out.
"Zundara": completed May, 1994. One of my first made up words for a title. The original title was "Zundara Mokii Kundara".
"Electron Bucket": completed February, 1995, originally titled "It's Electro Bucket Time".
"Bright": completed probably late 1994, this was one of my few MIDI compositions.
"A Gentle Sounding Of Chaotic Extensions": completed December, 1994. My friend Marty Ashmore contributed zen guitar synthesizer to this piece. I spent several months recording this one.