No Artist ‎– Symphonies Of The Planets

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LaserLight Digital ‎– 15 925
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5 × CD, Compilation
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NASA - Voyager Recordings
CD1-1 Symphonies Of The Planets 1 30:52
CD2-1 Symphonies Of The Planets 2 30:38
CD3-1 Symphonies Of The Planets 3 30:46
CD4-1 Symphonies Of The Planets 4 30:15
CD5-1 Symphonies Of The Planets 5 31:08

Notes

5-CD set of audio recordings of the electromagnetic "voices" of the outer Solar System, as recorded by instruments on board the Voyager I and II spacecraft.

These recordings are processed using complex computer digital sampling techniques. 3-d surround sound processing with B.A.S.E. (Bedini Audio Spacial Environment) and B/MR Processing.
Licensed from and (C) 1990 Brain/Mind Research

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (# Disc 1): 12 123
  • Other (# Disc 2): 12 124
  • Other (# Disc 3): 12 125
  • Other (# Disc 4): 12 126
  • Other (# Disc 5): 12 127

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Nostradamus7

Nostradamus7

October 14, 2013
Great ambiance, but the high end is completely missing.
VoyagerPWS

VoyagerPWS

May 20, 2013
The Brain/Mind Research recordings are very loosely based on Voyager PWS waveform data, but if the two were compared side-by-side they would be unrecognizable. These are essentially a creative interpretation of the actual plasma waves (space audio) but not an even remotely accurate reproduction. The actual unmodified space audio is not nearly so soothing and not nearly so marketable.
paolodioguardi

paolodioguardi

April 2, 2011
I just discovered the existence of these wonderful releases.

These tracks really appear like hi-quality dark ambient material... and instead, are real sounds from deep space.

Absolutely incredible.
Cycad

Cycad

July 24, 2010
edited over 5 years ago

This is a fantastic recording and hints at the hidden musical complexity surrounding us all the time. Hearing true space music makes me re-think the need to compose ambient music at all, but rather to devise new ways of recording what is here already.

It sounds like "abstract" ambient electronic music, but is actually data that NASA captured during the Voyager missions. Amazing.