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Andrew Forrest

Andrew Forrest

Andrew Forrest


Music origins and development 1991 Purchased first synthesiser/keyboard. 1992 Composed and recorded first music compositions, released on tape as “Octaves of Infinity” (now unavailable). 1997 Recorded best selling CD “Starseed”, which is used as accompanying soundtrack to film-maker Jean- Luc- Bozzoli’s esoteric animated film entitled “Merkabah, voyage of a Starseed”. Starseed is Andrew’s second volume (Sirius) in his ‘Star System Trilogy’. Read more on Last.fm
Music origins and development 1991 Purchased first synthesiser/keyboard. 1992 Composed and recorded first music compositions, released on tape as “Octaves of Infinity” (now unavailable). 1997 Recorded best selling CD “Starseed”, which is used as accompanying soundtrack to film-maker Jean- Luc- Bozzoli’s esoteric animated film entitled “Merkabah, voyage of a Starseed”. Starseed is Andrew’s second volume (Sirius) in his ‘Star System Trilogy’. 1998 Released second CD “Alpha-Omega”, which is the third volume (Andromeda) in the ‘Star System Trilogy’. 2002 Released “Alchemy”, another best seller. 2008 Upgraded home studio (‘Alchemy Arts Studio’) with powerMac computer running Logic software. 2009 Released “Infinite Octaves” CD, which although recorded last, completes the ‘Star System Trilogy’ as volume 1. (Please note that this is a completely new album, although one track ‘Shallows of the Golden Shoreline’ is an extended and sonically enhanced version of the same track on the 1992 “Octaves of Infinity” tape.) 2010 Released “Essence” CD, comprised of 4 parts. 2011 Release of “Resonance” CD, which is the first volume of the “Harmonics Trilogy”. 2012 Release of “Boundless” CD, which is the second volume of the “Harmonics Trilogy”. INFLUENCES Early Tangerine Dream (Phaedra, Rubicon, Stratosfear) Michael Stearns Constance Demby Jonn Serrie Tim Blake Brian Eno/Harold Budd Vaughan Williams Early Pink Floyd 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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