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"The View From Vega", is Ben Edwards, better known by his pseudonym Benge, debut solo album on the DiN imprint, is primarily an ambient suite of tracks inspired by the space-music typically produced in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It uses a selection of vintage synthesizers, sequencers and FX units to provide a fertile sonic landscape to explore. The idea was to use simple sequences, sustained synthesizer pads and electronic piano improvisations, alongside various ancient delay, flange and reverb units. The beautiful, warm quality of the tones that exude from such instruments are very evident on the six tracks that slowly unfold their oscillations in organic, melodic soundscapes.
"The View From Vega", is Ben Edwards, better known by his pseudonym Benge, debut solo album on the DiN imprint, is primarily an ambient suite of tracks inspired by the space-music typically produced in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It uses a selection of vintage synthesizers, sequencers and FX units to provide a fertile sonic landscape to explore. The idea was to use simple sequences, sustained synthesizer pads and electronic piano improvisations, alongside various ancient delay, flange and reverb units. The beautiful, warm quality of the tones that exude from such instruments are very evident on the six tracks that slowly unfold their oscillations in organic, melodic soundscapes.
5028423231820

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Format: CD
Label: DIN RECORDS
Rel. Date: 12/15/2023
UPC: 5028423231820

View From Vega
Artist: Benge
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. The View from Vega (Part I)
2. The View from Vega (Part II)
3. The View from Vega (Part III)
4. The View from Vega (Part IV)
5. The View from Vega (Part V)
6. The View from Vega (Part VI) ^1.7

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"The View From Vega", is Ben Edwards, better known by his pseudonym Benge, debut solo album on the DiN imprint, is primarily an ambient suite of tracks inspired by the space-music typically produced in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It uses a selection of vintage synthesizers, sequencers and FX units to provide a fertile sonic landscape to explore. The idea was to use simple sequences, sustained synthesizer pads and electronic piano improvisations, alongside various ancient delay, flange and reverb units. The beautiful, warm quality of the tones that exude from such instruments are very evident on the six tracks that slowly unfold their oscillations in organic, melodic soundscapes.
        
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