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'Analogue Age', a CD with 11 EM tracks, composed by Jan Pieter Geersing.

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  1. dancing arpeggio
  2. hot summer
  3. piano reflections
  4. Jarrish
  5. engergized synthesis
  6. mountains
  7. relax
  8. minimal movements
  9. valley
  10. repeat
  11. north pole
1600 Prophets
composer:
J.P. Geersing
3'37"
country:
The Netherlands
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
april 2010

Track made entirely with the Prophet 600 with the intension to give voice to the pure Sequential sound. So no effects, eq, compression etc. used.

1Future Noir
composer:
J.P. Geersing
4'19"
country:
The Netherlands
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
april 2009

Track inspired on the film noir repertoire (Bladerunner, Vangelis). Because it is a typical movie track I put in a fake dialog. Won the contest 'best track of 2009' on the dutch Synthforum!

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?p=1081290

Retor BossaRetro Bossa
composer:
J.P. Geersing
3'24"
country:
The Netherlands
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
februari 2009

Happy bossa nova with an important role for the Eko P-15 and Eminent 310.

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?t=107981

1Twin Towers
composer:
J.P. Geersing
4'27"
country:
The Netherlands
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
november 2008

Melodramatic track based at the traumatic events of 9-11. Ended on the 4th place in the Synthforum Track contest 2008

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?t=104992

Tracing Rhythm
composer:
J.P. Geersing
7'04"
country:
The Netherlands
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
february 2007

Elektronic track inspired on a rhythmbox from she sixties, the Rhythm Ace FR-1L (check stuff). Also an Eminent 310 and some virtuall stuff...

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?s=&postid=781250

L'azote
composer:
J.P. Geersing
4'14"
country:
The Netherlands
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
octobre 2006

Energetic track with clear Jean Michel Jarre inifluences. Made with Eminent 310, Keio Minipops, Ekosynth P15 and a few virtual synths.

2nd Room
composer:
Jan Pieter Geersing
4' 18 "
producer:
J.P. Geersing
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
2005

"Twin Peaks" sound-alike with continuing drums en piano melody.

Oxygene Part VI examination
composer:
Jean Michel Jarre
3' 54 "
producer:
J.P. Geersing
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
18-12-05

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Since Jean Michel Jarre made his first albums on an eight-track recorder, this had to be my goal for remaking this track: no more then eight tracks should be used! I wanted to know what choices Jarre had to make without midi, HD-recorders etcetera. Which track as guide? How many effects did he use? Did he record thru effects or were they added in the mix? Did he add sounds during mix to smalltape? Oh yes, it gives you the feeling to be that pioneer too, which he was. Respect.

Played with Eminent 310, Korg Mini pops 7, Roland Jupiter 6 (noise), Arturia Arp 2600 (seagul) en Cameleon 5000 (RMI?).

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?s=&postid=590420

Valley
composer:
J.P. Geersing
3' 53 "
country:
The Netherlands
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
may 2005

A melodramatic track with simple melody and harmony wrapped with electronic spheres. Made with virtual instruments, Eminent 310 and Jupiter 6. Mixed with Nuendo/Reason.

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?s=&postid=497213

Mountains
composer:
J.P. Geersing
3' 36 "
country:
The Netherlands
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
april 2005

A musical track inspired on the sounds and harmony of Martin Agterberg, with simplicity and warmth as a goal. Made with: Linplug Albino, Korg Legacy and Eminent 310. Mixed with Nuendo/Reason.

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?s=&postid=481268

Flying Crickets
composer:
J.P. Geersing
4' 53 "
country:
The Netherlands
192Kb/s stereo mp3
release:
march 2005

-dedicated to Dimitri Hulsman-

A permanent walking bass and 'phasing drums' are the base in which the melody comes by in three different instrumentations. Made with: Eminent 310 with Rithmix, Roland Jupiter 6 and a variety of virtual synths.

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=43085

Jarrish
composer:
J.P. Geersing
4' 41"
country:
The Netherlands
192Kb/s stereo mp3    

The first track of 2005!
To get a full grip on Jarre-techniques I made a Jarre-composition of my own (with a personal touch). The sounds are made with virtual synths (Reason/Albino/Moog), some samples and mixed with Nuendo.

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=39443&highlight=jarrish

Oxygene Part 4 examination
composer:
J.M. Jarre
2' 26 "
producer:
J.P. Geersing
192Kb/s stereo mp3
country:
The Netherlands

Just out of curiousity I gave my self the assignment of remaking Oxygene part IV.

Made with the real Eminent 310 and Electro Harmonix small stone type J, Reason (minipops samples) and Nuendo (virtual instruments and mixing).

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=39263

Oxygene Part V examination
composer:
J.M. Jarre
3' 40 "
producer:
J.P. Geersing
192Kb/s stereo mp3
country:
The Netherlands

Again, a piece with the Eminent at the center. Great composition by harmony, great harmonics by the Electro Harmonix Mistress flanger!

Made with the Eminent 310 and some virtual plugins to accomplish. Mixed with Nuendo (and its build in flanger!).

http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?threadid=50583

Compilation
composer:
J.P. Geersing
3' 46 "
country:
The Netherlands
128Kb/s stereo mp3    

A compilation of different electonic tracks, made with Reason, Korg Legacy and Nuendo.

My Oppurtunity I
composer:
J.P. Geersing
3' 37 "
country:
The Netherlands
128Kb/s stereo mp3
year:
1985

 

My Oppurtunity II
composer:
J.P. Geersing
2' 53 "
country:
The Netherlands
160Kb/s stereo mp3
year:
2004

Written for the duch band Gimmick and was used for a documentary about Paul Mc Cartney. Part 1 was recorded in 1985 with following gear: Yamaha DX7, Roland D50 and Jupiter 6. Part II is was recorded in 2004 with Reason and Nuendo.

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