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  1. We Norwegians are a pragmatic people who don’t much care what the country is called. If renaming it to Sh*thole sends a progressive message of goodwill and solidarity, then that’s what being Norwegian is all about. Thanks for the review. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
  2. My 3rd EP, released on Ovnimoon records. Hypnotic Goa Trance blended with the Scandinavian forests. I hope you'll enjoy it. Artist: Maan Title: Orbiter (EP) Coming out: 16.10.2017 Label: Ovnimoon Records Track List: 01. Maan - Earthstomp 02. Maan - Orbiter 03. Maan - Disconnect Me Order: https://ovnimoonrecords.bandcamp.com/album/maan-orbiter-ovniep261-ovnimoon-records
  3. The guitar analogy mentioned above is a good comparison to analog synths imo. I´m a guitar player, and there is indeed a constant search for the perfect tone among us. Plug an electric guitar straight into a valve amp; At low settings it gives you clean and gentle tones, crank it up and you have a crounchy blues tone, turn on the high gain stage and you have an even heavier distorted tone. Then add effects. Tremolo, phaser, flanger, chorus, delay, reverb etc etc. It´s one instrument, but the sonic possibilities are immense. It´s the same with analog synths. Even if the sonic palette of a typical analog monosynth is rather limited, there is so much stuff to add to it. Some distortion will add new timbres, a chorus can fill out certain frequencies. So my point? That there is potential gold in the subtile characters of each "boring" waveform of old analogs. I appreciate it when it´s emphasised on a good "tone" in goa trance. Hi btw. First post I imagine it is.
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