Zero Ohms’ serene flute compositions create a peaceable area for contemplation; accessible from Noticed Peccary Music.
— Zero Ohms
PORTLAND, OR, USA, June 24, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Think about the serenity of strolling via mountaintop cloudbanks, and one will get a way of Cloudwalker and the Ascent, the brand new launch from Zero Ohms, releasing at this time on Noticed Peccary Music. Richard Roberts, the electronic ambient music composer behind Zero Ohms, takes inspiration from the western North Carolina mountains the place he lives to create digital textures and meditative flute melodies.
Cloudwalker and the Ascent is a climb to larger consciousness from a grasp of the style. Every morning, he got down to hike the best peak. Up there, the clouds hung so near the earth he walked via them. Certainly one of Roberts’ mates nicknamed him “Cloudwalker,” and the album’s idea was born. With Cloudwalker and the Ascent, he has recreated this solitary area for the listener in seven items that includes shorter compositions and sparser preparations than on his earlier albums. Whereas retaining the improvisations of prior Zero Ohms albums, Roberts makes use of minimal drones, overdubs, and fewer flutes. Roberts performed solely a 1954 HaynesSchwelm, a 1995 Armstrong bass flute, an Elemental Flutes Native American bass flute, and a classic Roland JV-1010 wind-controlled synthesizer.
On “Unknownland,” Roberts’ flute winds via a panorama of birdsong and birch, the sonic picture of a summer time breeze. Vibrato turns into contemplation and a way of resting, taking within the sights and sounds of the forest. “Vistas Past” remembers the interstellar environment of the album Damaged Stars By Sensible Clouds, his collaboration with Numina. Refined chimes ebb and move round a far-off drone, each ominous and attractive. The beautiful finale “Throughout the Seven Skies” finds Roberts’ flute at its most dazzling. Right here, classical trills entwine with ornate japanese melodies because the piece builds to a refrain of craving highs.
Cloudwalker and the Ascent is a serene panorama that invitations exploration, and a celebration of the pure meditation one can discover when alone in a stupendous place. Mastered by Ben Cox, it’s accessible in MP3 (320KBPS), 16-bit DC high quality, or 24-bit studio grasp codecs, digital solely.
Cloudwalker and The Ascent is Zero Ohm’s second full size album on Noticed Peccary Music, following Course of Of Being (SPM-2501). Zero Ohms has additionally collaborated with Craig Padilla on Path Of Least Resistance (LSM05), Past The Portal (LSM12), and When The Earth Is Far Away (LSM26), in addition to Numina on Damaged Stars By Sensible Clouds (SPM-9082).
1 Cloudwalker and the Ascent 5:57
2 Unknownland 2:45
3 Vistas Past 7:31
4 Tum Gaon (ascending to larger locations) 10:30
5 Skybound (free from terrestrial bonds) 9:21
6 Deep Sky Tones 5:23
7 Throughout the Seven Skies 6:10
About Zero Ohms: Music possesses the capability for awakening a deeper a part of the self inside. As author, painter, musician, instructor and producer, Richard Roberts follows what he has termed Tao of Zero Ohms (actually: manner of no resistance). Zero Ohms aptly describes Richard’s palette of sounds, with flutes and woodwinds from across the planet interwoven with electronics, without delay as historic as it’s up to date. Enjoying wind-controlled synthesizers and over fifty numerous flutes, saxes, and different woodwinds, he embraces types from across the globe and past. Zero Ohms can be a reside efficiency artist: most lately, he carried out on the Mountain Skies Digital Music competition in North Carolina.
The way in which is obvious – to hear whereas letting go – that is The Tao of Zero Ohms.
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Preview: Cloudwalker and the Ascent by Zero Ohms