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Akasha Project

Akasha Project

Akasha Project


Akasha Project is a musical venture of the sound artist Barnim Schultze. The first tracks appeared in 1996 and '97 on various compilations. In 1998 his first album as an artist: "MDMA Tuning" appeared, developed in collaboration with the music researcher Hans Cousto. Since this time Akasha Project has dealt exclusively with tones drawn from nature and their effects, working closely with Cousto - the discoverer of the planetary, molecular and atomic sound frequencies. Read more on Last.fm
Akasha Project is a musical venture of the sound artist Barnim Schultze. The first tracks appeared in 1996 and '97 on various compilations. In 1998 his first album as an artist: "MDMA Tuning" appeared, developed in collaboration with the music researcher Hans Cousto. Since this time Akasha Project has dealt exclusively with tones drawn from nature and their effects, working closely with Cousto - the discoverer of the planetary, molecular and atomic sound frequencies. About the formula of the 'Octavation Process': The entire universe is in constant vibration - from the smallest elementary particle to the largest accumulation of stars. Vibrations are processes where the physical state of matter changes periodically in time. It is the speed of vibration which is responsible for the possibility of hearing, seeing, feeling up to the point of not being able to perceive anything, because the speed might be too fast or too slow for our sense perception. We are in the position of hearing vibrations with a frequency of 20 vibrations per second ( 20 Hz) up to approximately 16000 vibrations per second (16000 Hz or 16 kHz). This corresponds to the range of eight octaves. We are able to see vibrations with a speed of 375 billions Hz up to 750 billions Hz. This corresponds to the range of one octave. To put it simply: eyes and ears are like detectors which select certain ranges from within the multitude of universal vibrations. The brain translates the stored frequencies and thus creates an interpretation of reality. The idea of spherical harmony – a spherical music which is based upon all cosmic appearances – is as old as humanity and amongst others is confirmed by modern physics. From Plato, Pythagoras, Johannes Kepler to Hans Kayser, Rudolf Haase and Hans Cousto it has been experimented, time and time again of how to define the sound of the universe and how it is based upon ourselves.

In the 17th century Johannes Kepler calculated the intervals ( distance between tones) of the planetary cycles. For a long time it was undeterminate which basic tone was set to the intervals. Hans Cousto, a swiss mathematician had a brilliant idea in 1978 – the simple idea that the acoustic phenomenon of the octave can be appropriated beyond our sense of hearing ( to form an octave is to double a frequency or to halve it.) The mathematical formula to calculate any periodic occurrence with octave-analogue tones and rythms is described as follows: (1:a) x 2n = f a = periodical time in seconds n = number of octave f = frequency The formula of the octave makes it possible to hear occurrences, which reach beyond our sense perception when for example rotations of the planets or vibrations of molecules are being transposed into octave-analogue colors, tones and rhythms. The Akasha Project is using these 'real frequencies' to create affective fields of sound and musical structures with the aid of correctly tuned, electronic sound production and the use of rows of overtones devised from diatonic intervals. The Akasha Project Performance is apart from - its musical style - a ritual of frequency and synchronicity with modal, electronic overtone music. Time line: 1963 Arrival on Planet Earth 1989 First Concerts as Akasha Project Since 1994 Freelance composer and musican of electronic music. Many live gigs as an electronic live act in gallerys,on festivals, partys, clubs etc. 1995 Hans Cousto and Akasha Project meet for the first time Akasha receives frequency calculations for the MDMA molecule and produces cosmic tuned concerts with SCI - ROM and Orbital Dolphins 1997 Concert with the sound of MDMA with Hans Cousto – Aquarius Festival Hamburg. 1998 Release of the first CD "Akasha Project - MDMA Tuning" Label: High Society Since 1998 Several performance as Akasha Project, together with Hans Cousto as lecture and concert. 1999 Double CD "Akasha Project - Scent of Life" Label: High Society 2000 Co-founder of the collective for the science of frequencies and Brain Entertainment Laboratory (B.E.L.). B.E.L. are B.Ashra, Tommelon, Ricky Deadking (Eru) and Akasha Project 2000 CD "Akasha Project - Always" Label: Insolation 2002 CD "Akasha Project - Cosmic Ambient Garden" Label: Insolation Chilling CD "Brain Entertainment Laboratory - The Sound of THC" Label: Insolation Chilling 2003 3 CDs about the harmonical concertpitches of the Earth. "Akasha Project - Emerald Earthwave" - Earthly year. "Akasha Project - Vermillion Daystream" - Earthly day. "Akasha Project - Purple Mind" - Platonic year Label: Planetware Records 2005 premiere of the sound of Hydrogen and lecture with Hans Cousto – at transit station Berlin 2005, exhibition as event 2005 CD "Akasha Project - Cosmic Colors" Label: Planetware Records 2006 Premiere of the sound of LSD-25 molecule on the occasion of Albert Hofmann's 100th birthday at the Congress Centre Basel, Switzerland 2007 Re-release CD "Akasha Project - Cosmic Ambient Garden". Label: Planetware Records 2008 Finalist of the Art contest "Art of Engineering", Ferchau Engineering. 2009 SADJA Project. 2010 CD "Akasha Project - H2 The Quantum Music of Hydrogen" Label: Klangwirkstoff Records Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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