From Robert's early Geometry and Rainforest period, with hours of previously unreleased music. Melodic sequencers with swift patterned keyboard improvisation, melting down into slow looping textures and flutes.
Recorded on May 15, 2010 in New Jersey, USA as part of Darren Bergstein's home concert series "One Thousand Pulses", masterful electronic musician Robert Rich set the surrounding environs to light, skillfully utilizing both hands-on analog gear, controllers, and homemade wind instruments to realize a true one-of-a-kind listening experience that could only have been witnessed in a live setting.
8-hour sequel to Rich's groundbreaking "Somnium", based on his all-night sleep concerts, on Blu-ray or download. The download of "Perpetual" available through CD Baby is divided into 80 minutes chunks (for technical reasons) and uses CD-resolution (16 bit 44.1 kHz) files. These should segue into each other seamlessly on your computer, although a soft click might be audible depending on the software.
This is the full 7 hour download of Robert Rich's epic ambient work, reflecting the continuous nocturnal environment of his notorious all-night "Sleep Concerts." One of the longest continuous musical composition ever released on any format, Somnium represents an ambient music landmark. In the 1990s, Robert Rich meticulously crafted a fresh studio interpretation of his notorious all-night Sleep Concerts, incorporating newly recorded electro-acoustic, electronic and environmental textures, with elements created for the original live events. Somnium guides the listener through an ever-changing dreamscape, with levels of subtle detail that reward both active attention and background listening. Deep and sonorous, mysterious and diffuse, liquid and hypnogogic.