DASK - Abiogenesis

My background is electronic engineering with a specialisation in audio but having experimented with various audio systems, synths, recording, sound creation and manipulation for several years I decided to stop throwing audio material away and complete an album. It was recorded over 6 months and mastered with minimal compression for high quality Hi-Fi or headphones in mind. A number of headphones were used in the mastering process including the original HD800 which are ultra transparent and cheap ear buds to check worst case listening via streaming.

The album is electronic instrumental, slightly cinematic or atmospheric, Berlin school with a space theme which is very common among Berlin School electronica. Flac is highly recommended. The second album is a Syngate records release only who specialise in Berlin School style of electronic music. The recent Netflix TV series Stranger Things has kind of put vintage Berlin School music a little more in the spotlight as of writing this since the sound track is typical 80's style Berlin school made with vintage synths.

01. Lifeless Worlds
02. Storms on Venus
03. Kingdom of Dust
04. Storms on Mars
05. Blind Orbit
06. Mass Forming
07. Abiogenesis
08. Protocell
09. Still Water

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As for the name DASK, this was the first computer in Denmark. It is an acronym for Danish Arithmetic Sequence Calculator. The Berlin School style of music is based on progressive sequencing and morphing ambience. It is also a combination of my name, the site name and site slogan (D)ms (A)udio (S)ound (K)ontrol.It is available in 24 bit and 16 bit editions.

DASK - Abiogenesis (Ambient Atmospheric Berlin School Tangerine Dream Klaus Schulze Space Music)