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Performer: Quadelectronic
Genre: Electronic
Title: QE38
Released: 2017
Style: Ambient, Experimental, Free Improvisation
FLAC version ZIP size: 1492 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1621 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1579 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 367
Other Formats: VQF WMA FLAC DMF AUD MOD RA

Quadelectronic is a unique event, that grew from gigs organised by Chris Conway at The Musician in 2004, with the Freeman. The monthly bash is held on the 3rd/4th Tuesday of the month. An improv, jam, event for those that love to experiment and interact in free improvisation, with a focus on electronics.

Label: Quadelectronic Documents ‎– QE38 Type: 12 x File, FLAC Country: UK Date of released: 05 Apr 2017 Category: Electronic Style: Ambient, Experimental, Free Improvisation. rar: 1630 mb. Digital formats: MP3 FLAC MP2 Aa ape DXD ahx mod FLAC. Quadelectronic - QE38 RAR archive MP3 format. 1745 downloads at 53 mb/s. Quadelectronic - QE38 RAR archive FLAC format. 1630 downloads at 43 mb/s.

Style: Ambient, Experimental, Free Improvisation. 1. –David Dhonau, Dylan Menzies, Jim Tetlow.

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1 David Dhonau, Dylan Menzies, Jim Tetlow Untitled 7:18
2 Howard Ames, Scott Ellis , Clive Worden Untitled 9:45
3 Chris Conway , Jez Creek, James Lynch Untitled 8:49
4 Alan Freeman, Steve Freeman, Dave Powell , Will Wernick Untitled 8:19
5 David Dhonau, Scott Ellis , Steve Freeman, Dylan Menzies Untitled 8:40
6 Howard Ames, Jez Creek, Alan Freeman, Jim Tetlow Untitled 8:55
7 James Lynch , Will Wernick, Clive Worden Untitled 8:33
8 Etherwheel Untitled
Performer – Chris Conway , Dave Powell
7:35
9 Scott Ellis , James Lynch , Dylan Menzies, Dave Powell Untitled 7:30
10 Chris Conway , David Dhonau, Jim Tetlow Untitled 6:58
11 Howard Ames, Steve Freeman, Will Wernick Untitled 8:08
12 Jez Creek, Alan Freeman Untitled 10:10

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar – Clive Worden
  • Bass – Scott Ellis
  • Computer [Laptop With Keyboard], Cajón – Jim Tetlow
  • Fretless Bass, Sampler [Korg Electribe], Performer [Buddha Box], Effects – David Dhonau
  • Guitar, Effects – Alan Freeman
  • Guitar, Saxophone, Effects – Howard Ames
  • Hurdy Gurdy, Effects – Dave Powell
  • Idiophone [Bowed CD], Effects – Steve Freeman
  • Saxophone, Effects – Dylan Menzies
  • Synthesizer [Korg MicroStation], Vocals – James Lynch
  • Synthesizer [Waldorf Blofeld], Drum Machine [Boss DR220E], Effects – Jez Creek
  • Synthesizer [Wernick Xylosynth, Kurzweil PC2R] – Will Wernick
  • Theremin, Vocals, Low Whistle, Kalimba, Effects – Chris Conway

Notes

Live performance: 26th July 2011