Your Name Here

by Frozen Lonesome

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Your Name Here, the 8th full length release from Frozen Lonesome was created during 2016 February Album Writing Month (FAWM). It features audio excerpts from the public domain film “The Your Name Here Story”, published in 1960 by Calvin Communications. The film was “The ultimate generic industrial film, built around every script and visual cliche.”

Recorded and mastered on my trusty iPad 3, Your Name Here was recorded with AudioShare, Auria, Cubasis, and Loopy. All files processed in Mastering. Apps used include: ElasticDrums, Patterning, NodeBeat, FugueMachine, SeekBeats, AUXFX:Dub, AltiSpace, ApeFilter, Sparkle, Korvpresser, AudioStretch, Nebulizer, Dahlia Delay, Frobulator, Photophore, Mersenne, Laplace, Lorentz, ThumbJam, TC-11, Lorentz, Borderlands, and others. Hardware synths: Novation Ultranova, Bass Station ll, MS-20 Mini.

Thanks to everyone who listened to my music and encouraged me along the way. Special thanks to Apptronica, Discchord, Palm Sounds, MusicApp Blog, TheSoundTestRoom, my family, and my Downer Party mates who have taught me so much. 

tags: apptronica electronic ambient electronic ambient funk ambient noise ambient string-fuzz

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released August 12, 2016

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Frozen Lonesome Winnipeg, Manitoba

Frozen Lonesome is the creative outlet of Steve Raizen.
Creating and recording on IOS devices and hardware synths, Frozen Lonesome produces apptronica, ambient string-fuzz and generally pleasing electronic noise. When not obsessed by the latest IOS music app, Steve plays synthesizer in the Punk n’ Roll band Downer Party. ... more

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