Ambient musician and composer Robert Rich creates immersive soundscapes that transport the listener to another place. While studying in Stanford's Center for 'Computer Research in Music and Acoustics' during the 1980s, Robert would perform 9-hour "Sleep Concerts"- influencing the REM sleep cycle of the audience with auditory stimulus. In the video above, Robert engaged in an atmospheric session with the Moog Modular System 55 during a visit to the Moog Music factory in Asheville, NC.
Recently, to celebrate the legacy of the Minimoog Voyager RME, Robert composed a 3 song EP of evolving ambience titled "Hiding In Daylight". Rich's work is a meditative exploration of organic sound, drawing on the rich tonal palette of the Minimoog Voyager RME. Hiding In Daylight is available for download
Pricing and Availability:
Moog Modular System 55: $35,000
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