[LAU] Invisible Landscapes
louigi.verona at gmail.com
Sat Oct 7 11:48:58 UTC 2017
Than you very much for your kind words and I am very happy that these
sounds connected with you.
You asked a good question. It is not one easy to answer in brief.
I experience life frequently through the lens of different moods and
atmospheres. A day might have a special "coloring". And this coloring
connects me to past memories, to whole worlds inside of my mind.
Frequently, these are atmospheres, constructed from past experiences, that
take me to some place in my mind. It is very difficult to explain. I
suppose this is something that is common with people who are extremely
Imagine, you are sitting in the evening, working, and the overall lighting,
sounds, colors around you remind you of a certain time in your past and you
feel that you are in your grandparents' house. The house is not there
anymore, your grandparents are gone, but you still exist in that space
sometimes. And then you can use music to tune into that mood.
A tune, rich with deep haunting sounds may remind me of space, and for a
while I "exist" in a different frame of reference, I feel like I am
somewhere in Earth's orbit, observing the Universe around me, no longer
contained by the planet.
This might sound very weird, but of course all I mean is that these are all
just mental images, a "mood" I am in.
Interestingly enough, different dronings seem to be fit for different days.
They sort of set the stage for whatever it is I am doing at the moment.
Hope that explains it a little bit ;)
On Fri, Oct 6, 2017 at 7:26 PM, Jeanette C. <julien at mail.upb.de> wrote:
> Oct 6 2017, Louigi Verona has written:
> Hi Louigi,
> the idea of "invisible landscapes" alone is beautiful and evocative
> enough. Furthermore, I also think that this is my favourite drone from
> you. It just carried me away. I had to stop it for now, since it's not
> dream time yet. The wavey dynamic pattern just takes me in.
> Being cruious, I'd now like to know about your "invisible landscape".
> Well at least: is it a scenery or sceneries, is it the emotion of
> certamin moments or something rather abstract, that prompted you to
> evolve it into this particular piece?
> Thanks a lot for sharing. I must try this later at night, when I can
> afford to drift.
> Best wishes,
> * website: http://juliencoder.de - for summer is a state of sound
> * SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/jeanette_c
> Can't you see I'm a fool in so many ways <3
> (Britney Spears)
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