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Loren Nerell

Loren Nerell

Loren Nerell


Loren Nerell (born 1960, Long Beach, CA, United States) is an American composer and performer of ambient music and Balinese gamelan. Loren Nerell's early interest in electronic music began when he heard the Tangerine Dream's album "Rubycon". With it, he crossed over into a world of music that previously did not exist for him. He studied analog synthesis at Long Beach Community College eventually moving to San Diego State University where he was exposed to tape manipulation and tape composition techniques. Read more on Last.fm
Loren Nerell (born 1960, Long Beach, CA, United States) is an American composer and performer of ambient music and Balinese gamelan. Loren Nerell's early interest in electronic music began when he heard the Tangerine Dream's album "Rubycon". With it, he crossed over into a world of music that previously did not exist for him. He studied analog synthesis at Long Beach Community College eventually moving to San Diego State University where he was exposed to tape manipulation and tape composition techniques. He also began performing and studying Balinese gamelan music, and the microtonal composition of Harry Partch.

From San Diego, Loren moved to Cal State Dominguez Hills where he delved into computer synthesis, utilizing their Synclavier system. After mastering the techniques he learned in school, he developed his own studio, stocking it with an array of vintage sound modules as well as the latest technology. He has worked in the music industry as a sound designer including a position at Oberheim Electronics, a synthesizer manufacturer, and as a recording engineer. As a composer, Loren has written music for film, theater, dance, and interactive multi-media. He has performed with the Kronos Quartet, has recorded six albums of original work, has appeared on several compilations such as Dali: The Endless Enigma, Soundscape Galery 3, and Weightless, Effortless and has made guest appearances on recordings such as Steve Roach's Artifacts, Paul Haslinger's World Without Rules, Djam Karet's Collaborator, and L. Subramaniam's Global Fusion.

He spent several months in Java and Bali studying native styles of gamelan music, some of which he has performed in the greater Los Angeles area with other gamelan enthusiasts. Loren received a Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology and Geography from Cal Poly Pomona and a Master of Arts degree in Ethnomusicology from UCLA. His thesis is on the ceremonial gamelan music of Bali called lelambatan. 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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