‘Beta Pictoris’ is the fifth album that Martin Stürtzer and Christian Stritzel recorded as Sphäre Sechs. They pulled off an improvisational online concert played from two cities and gathered material in preparation for this event. Their approach to record music only during improvised studio sessions with a large set of analog instruments leads to this space ambient transmission.
The timbre of this album is inspired by the Exoplanet Beta Pictoris. It is one of the first Exoplanets that were discovered by humans. Its position was assumed by analyzing the shift in the spectrum of its sun and later visually confirmed by an European observatory.
You can listen to the ‘Beta Pictoris’ on Cryo Chamber official bandcamp page.
‘Beta Pictoris’ was recorded in Wuppertal in autumn and winter 2020
Analog and Digital Synthesizer, Effects, Recording & Mixing
Moog Etherwave Pro Theremin, Analog, and Digital Effects, Mixing
Latest posts by Nicolae Baldovin (see all)
- HARMASAR Talks New EP “Păcatu”, Inspiration & Future Goals - November 17, 2022
- Roadkill Fest Crew Reveals 2nd Edition’ Insights & Talks About Respect for Artists - November 17, 2022
- PLVTINUM’s Newest EP Explores the Darker Aspects of His Psyche - November 11, 2022