MATRIXSYNTH: Danger & Dreams by Cornel Hecht

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Danger & Dreams by Cornel Hecht

Published on May 18, 2018 FLUIDE INTERACTIVE

Roland Jupiter 6 sequences & PPG Wave 2.2 and 2.3 pads.

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"The story about Danger & Dreams goes back to a call from a film producer who wanted something "Stranger Things"-esque for his film, which I then produced quite quickly.

Those who know Stranger Things (series on Netflix) will know that the music sounds very electronic and reminds of Tangerine Dream. Musically it is something like "Berlin School", some TD and of course also some Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein aka Survive!

Look forward to an exciting web of pulsating sequences and synthesizer sounds, with nice old and well-known sounds appearing here and there, which you have certainly heard in this way before in the 80s.

I produced it and used many old vintage synthesizers, like the PPG Wave 2.2 and 2.3, which both fire out some fat pad sounds. Or the Roland Jupiter 6, which contributes sequences.

The film is about aliens "terraforming" the overheated planet Earth so that people can live together in peace again. Anyone who sees parallels to the Syrian war and the exploitation of resources, isn't completely off!

Let's go! Danger & Dreams! The invasion will start now!"

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