Packaged with 3D cover art; includes Anaglyphic 3D glasses. Pacific Tubular Waves (1979): Electronic music for Synclavier digital synthesizer. The first four movements frame different visions of the energy delivered by the rolling waves as a kind of auditory surfing on the crest and into the trough of the wave (movements 1-3), followed by a high speed crossing within the tubular cyclone (4). The piece ends with easing waves at dusk... in terms of the making, 'Pacific Tubular Waves' is a purely electronic music, a solo performance on the first digital Synclavier synthesizer. The flexibility of it's touch keys enabled me to intuitively program a sonic organic life quality with a concrete quality. Here the computer was used to magnify the texture and behavior of the oceanic material though never mimicking it. Immersion (1980): Electro acoustic music for Synclavier synthesizer and underwater recordings. Composing 'Immersion' started with underwater recordings using a hydrophone. After recording the shifting sands and the rolling pebbles under the breakers, I came up with the idea of dipping a sonar loudspeaker underwater to diffuse my 'Pacific Tubular Waves' piece (made the previous year) below the surface. The music was thus shuffled by the waves and unexpected filtering effects resulted from it's passing through clouds of foam. It's dispersion at sea by currents would send back incredibly smooth harmonic echoes... The recording of this natural remixing process is the guiding thread of the piece. It is interspersed with sequences composed in the studio with the Synclavier. Alternating dry/wet, for a gradual immersion through increasingly calm and dense increments... Three-dimensional Visible Images through the glasses attached hereto. Analogous to stereo, the anaglyph graphic process consists of two left and right points view of the same object... The feeling of space is expanding proportionally to the distance of observation, from 80 cm to several meters Michel Redolfi. A singular figure of the electro acoustic landscape, Redolfi debuted in 1980 with Pacific Tubular Waves/Immersion on INA-GRM. Recollection GRM presents the first reissue of this record. Digital transfer by Diego Losa. Cut by Rashad Becker at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin, July 2014. Original 3D artwork and inner sleeve wave photo by Michel Redolfi. All other photos and portrait by Donna Cline. Sleeve and new Anaglyph 3D design by Stephen O'Malley. Anaglyphic 3D supervision by Guy Ventouillac. Coordination GRM: Christian Zanesi and Francois Bonnet. Executive Production: Peter Rehberg.
A1. Pacific Tubular Waves (24:25)
B1. Immersion (24:43)
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