SOTU – new virtual instrument from Hollow Sun

February 20, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

SOTUMain

A new instrument from Hollow Sun

“If you have even the vaguest interest in anything cosmological, you will no doubt be aware that NASA and other international space agencies have been sending probes out into the deepest recesses of our solar system and, with the aid of telescopes as well, have been recording the radio waves emitted by our universe and converting them to audio. The music of the spheres as was once referred to in the middle ages … or the Sounds Of The Universe … or SOTU.

It’s intriguing and beguiling stuff – long evolving soundscapes that rumble and warble and bleep and phase and swirl, the kind of thing you might expect from an exquisite album of abstract electronica or ‘chill out’ music. I did contact NASA to license these recordings but they weren’t keen. Well… bollocks to them because…

It’s all a con, a cunning ruse – there’s a race of impish aliens out there who have a machine that generates these sounds which they broadcast around the cosmos to confuse us earthlings …

And we have laid our hands on it and recreated it for Kontakt 4…”

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