Friday, February 27, 2015

Synergy - Audion (1981)

American synthesizer player Larry Fast. His early releases as Synergy mixed classical music influences and adaptations with original compositions of his own. Increasingly Synergy albums became more original and rock-based, adding other instruments. That is excepting "Computer Experiments" an album of ambient music created with random controlled computer programming.
Larry Fast has also worked with the band Nektar and featured in the Peter Gabriel band.
"This legendary e-musician has always been on the cutting edge of technology and artistry. His soundscape is full of dense, deep, dark, and deft sequences. To assure that there are no mistaken identities, Fast adds more sequences. To give the disc its artistic integrity, he adds some synth riffs with rock & roll textures and timbres. There are no guitars. For e-music fans, this disc is essential because of its techniques and historical importance. It will appeal to fans of Dweller at the Threshold, Radio Massacre International, Kubusschnitt, Jean Michel Jarre, and Tangerine Dream. Prog rock fans will also find it important. [This version of the album includes bonus material.]" (Review by , source:



Anonymous said...

very nice electronic music thank you!!

Zero the hero said...

synergy is dark electronic music with emphasis on classical orchestration. I love the sounds he makes!