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Enthusiast of the worldwide Electronic Scene, Co-Founder of the Quadraphonia Consulting Company and founder of Electronic Standards project, Alain_Patrick grew up listening to Classical, Avant-Garde & Experimental Music records, and Soul-Funk-Disco-Boogie Music on the Radio to become an Audio Consultant w/ a large experience in the Music Industry. With Quadraphonia's Company team, leaded by Audio Engineer Homero Sette they developed an innovative Acoustics treatment technique named Diaphragmatic Absorber Pannels that provided more control of the Low Frequency Standing Waves, as well as Hi-End Acoustic Boxes & a Hi-Fi Tube Amplifier for intense listeners.
As a solo project, he created a 9 Level Quadratic Residue Diffusers, also for advanced Acoustic Treatment for mid range Frequencies.

His ears were always eager to find new sounds.
In charge of Electronic Standards , he has been delivering interviews and articles with some of Electronic Music's highly influential names.


Recent Activity

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Innercity* - Big Fun
submitted Innercity* - Big Fun. about 17 hours ago
Unexplainable Complexity Of Reality - Abstraction Clusters
submitted Unexplainable Complexity Of Reality - Abstraction Clusters. 4 months ago
Unexplainable Complexity Of Reality - Schr​ö​dinger Katze
submitted Unexplainable Complexity Of Reality - Schr​ö​dinger Katze. 4 months ago
Unexplainable Complexity Of Reality - At A Given Spacetime
posted a review of Unexplainable Complexity Of Reality - At A Given Spacetime. 7 months ago
I still remember the days when I had the chance to hear György Ligeti's 'Atmosphères' and Penderecki's 'De Natura Sonoris' for the very first time, around 1980. It sounded like an impact capable of shaking not only my childhood sound reality, but my... See full review
Unexplainable Complexity Of Reality - At A Given Spacetime
submitted Unexplainable Complexity Of Reality - At A Given Spacetime. 7 months ago
Shizuo Nu Jazz Trio - Komorebi
submitted Shizuo Nu Jazz Trio - Komorebi. 7 months ago
Unexplainable Complexity Of Reality - Experiments I
submitted Unexplainable Complexity Of Reality - Experiments I. 7 months ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 9 months ago
Azymuth
posted a comment on Azymuth. 10 months ago
Alex Malheiros (Azymuth): “Light and Peace my brother Ivan Miguel (Mamão)
Como um passe de mágica, sim uma mágica em um único instante, um passe de mágica nos transporta a momentos únicos e derradeiros. Trago a público a passagem do meu amigo e irmão... See full review
Rufus - Tell Me Something Good
posted a review of Rufus - Tell Me Something Good. 11 months ago
Leroy Burgess: “In 1973....
The year of my 20th birthday, my Black Ivory brothers and I were in Los Angeles for the Kwanzaa Records signing. While there, we spent a good amount of time at our friends, The Sylvers', home.

At one visit, Leon and James... See full review
Wayne Shorter
posted a comment on Wayne Shorter. 12 months ago
Herbie Hancock: “ Wayne Shorter, my best friend, left us with courage in his heart, love and compassion for all, and a seeking spirit for the eternal future. He was ready for his rebirth. As it is with every human being, he is irreplaceable and was... See full review
XRay* - Let's Go
posted a review of XRay* - Let's Go. about 1 year ago
'Untitled' has been considered by some of the true experts as the "1st Techno piece in history". It's true that the straight 4/4 beats and the ethereal atmospheres give it a proper Detroit Techno feeling. Even though, Juan said to me once in a phone... See full review
Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band - Dr. Buzzard's Original
posted a review of Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band - Dr. Buzzard's Original "Savannah" Band. about 1 year ago
Leroy Burgess: “ My Dr. BUZZARD story:
I was about 23 in 1976, when my sister Renee brought it into our home.
Mom and Dad left the 4 bedroom apartment to my sisters and I, as they moved my younger brother and sister, as well as themselves to my... See full review
Cybotron - Alleys Of Your Mind
posted a review of Cybotron - Alleys Of Your Mind. about 1 year ago
The Australian Cybotron duo is also brilliant, but they certainly did not Detroit Techno music - but another type of brilliant electronic music.
Cybotron - Alleys Of Your Mind
posted a review of Cybotron - Alleys Of Your Mind. about 1 year ago
Rick Davis is a visionnary and a genius. As far as I know, they both did this together, didn’t they? I can’t see how this fact invalidates Juan’s brilliant journey. Love both of them, by the way.
But one thing you have to accept: Juan had been making... See full review
ESG - ESG
posted a review of ESG - ESG. about 1 year ago
Bruce Forest: “Moody was more obvious a Better Days record because of the vocal, four-on-the-floor beat and two-bar bassline. It was also the ultimate shock record. It had a clear 4-bar lead in to "LIKE THIS!" which begged to be used as a sudden mix... See full review
Liquid Liquid - Optimo
posted a review of Liquid Liquid - Optimo. about 1 year ago
Bruce Forest: “Cavern is the record that shut down two record labels, and easily a top 5 all time record at Better Days. It was one of those tracks that was totally different than anything else I was playing, but I instantly knew the children would go... See full review
Thom Bell
posted a comment on Thom Bell. about 1 year ago
Earl Young, MFSB: “I can’t believe my hero is gone Thom Bell, a man that believed in me and hired me to record music when I couldn’t even read a note and taught me so many things about music. He is truly a Philly legend. I will miss you my friend.... See full review
Various - Galaxy Freiheit Presents Cosmic Sound Manifest Vol​.​1
submitted Various - Galaxy Freiheit Presents Cosmic Sound Manifest Vol​.​1. about 1 year ago
Loleatta Holloway
posted a comment on Loleatta Holloway. about 1 year ago
Ray Caviano (RFC Records): "Remembering Loleatta Holloway on the day of her birth, singer, mainly known for disco songs such as "Hit and Run" and "Love Sensation", both of which have been sampled extensively. In December 2016, Billboard magazine... See full review
Tangerine Dream - Thief
posted a review of Tangerine Dream - Thief. about 1 year ago
Jerome Froese: "Thief soundtrack recording and mixing session at RCA Recording Studio B - Los Angeles late 1980. Tangerine Dream and Michael Mann were putting the finishing touches on the score at legendary RCA's Studio B back in December 1980. In the... See full review
C-Bank Featuring Jenny Burton - One More Shot
posted a review of C-Bank Featuring Jenny Burton - One More Shot. about 1 year ago
One More Shot belongs, as the wiser say, to the Pantheon of Eternal Beauty in Freestyle history. Every relevant DJ whose recorded sets from the 80s I dig, played it. What a record.
Joyce Sims
posted a comment on Joyce Sims. about 1 year ago
Kurtis Mantronik: “💔🕊 Heartbreaking to hear that Joyce Sims has passed away. Joyce had such a big beautiful personality & we made great hit records together. Joyce gave voice to a new strand of our identity and helped blaze a trail for a new... See full review
Pharoah Sanders
posted a comment on Pharoah Sanders. about 1 year ago
Leroy Burgess: “KING PHAROAH.
The best music is quiet. Subtle.
It catches you before you can catch it.
Maestro Sanders was a Master of it.
Those in the know... knew.
Without all the bells and whistles of mainstream media and the press. His music... See full review
Bêtes Éternelles - L' Axiome
submitted Bêtes Éternelles - L' Axiome. about 1 year ago
Lamont Dozier
posted a comment on Lamont Dozier. about 1 year ago
Leroy Burgess: "LAMONT DOZIER: A bonafide, genuine LEGEND has been called Home by our MOST HIGH FATHER GOD/ALLAH. With Eddie and Brian Holland, their composition/production became a template for Black Soul Music in the 1960s. There really are just too... See full review
Patrick Adams
posted a comment on Patrick Adams. about 1 year ago
Leroy Burgess : “SOME FOLKS YOU WISH COULD JUST LIVE FOREVER.
They can't.. you know. And don't.
Neither will we.
Doesn't stop us from wishing it though.
So it is with this man.
This quiet, humble genius... who took the time to see in me.. what I could... See full review
Bill Laswell
posted a comment on Bill Laswell. about 1 year ago
Trevor Jackson: “Bill Laswell is legendary, a master producer, a killer bassplayer, a radical sound magician. He made some of the best records of the 80s, (via his band Material, the Celluloid label, his work with Herbie Hancock etc) & has never stopped.”
Instant Funk - I Got My Mind Made Up / Wide World Of Sports
posted a comment on Instant Funk - I Got My Mind Made Up / Wide World Of Sports. about 1 year ago
Bruce Forest: “The original production of this song was done on 8 tracks and was a simple 3 minute R&B song. It was transferred to 24 track tape at Blank Tapes, NYC and work began on it by the producer Bunny Sigler and engineer Bob Blank. Among other... See full review
Axodry - You
posted a comment on Axodry - You. about 1 year ago
Ra Hen: “ In 1989 RaHen composed, programmed and mixed the song ‘You’. The song was sung by the great singer Mark Jefferis, who already had a huge success with TXT. Frank Poulton wrote the text. The audio engineer of this song was the incredible... See full review
Vangelis
posted a comment on Vangelis. about 1 year ago
Jean-Michel Jarre: “Dear Vangelis,
We will all remember your unique touch and your moving melodies forever.
You & I have always shared the same passion for synthesizers and electronic music since so long…
May you Rest In Peace”
JMJ x
Klaus Schulze
posted a comment on Klaus Schulze. about 1 year ago
Jerome Froese: "RIP Klaus Schulze
I am deeply saddened by the death of Klaus Schulze. I met him many times over the years and had some cool conversations with him. I have always appreciated his pleasantly relaxed manner. When he visited us in the... See full review
Suburban Knight - The Groove
posted a comment on Suburban Knight - The Groove. about 1 year ago
James Pennington: “Here is Transmat 003, the beginning of advance metal tank, the start of my career. I owe it all to D.May. Dark man techno will rise again.” About the equipments used, James mentionned “a Roland sampler/909 an 808, and a SQD1... See full review
Joe Claussell
posted a comment on Joe Claussell. over 2 years ago
Claussell’s statement about music (and art) is among the most beautiful I’ve ever heard, and is clearly reflected in his own discography: “ In my eyes I see it being all about a spiritual transformation, being a conduit for a high power, becoming one... See full review
Final Cut - Deep In 2 The Cut
posted a review of Final Cut - Deep In 2 The Cut. over 2 years ago
Three early masterpieces that would change the game for all the rising rave scene:
Roll-It-Up (Bass Kickin Beats) by Success-N-Effect (which Frankie played in the UK early 1989 and shaked the dancefloor with the accelerated Amen Break for the 1st... See full review
Taana Gardner - Heartbeat
posted a comment on Taana Gardner - Heartbeat. over 2 years ago
Jay Negron: “ Tropicalia closed in late 1980, so I was looking for a gig. A few months later, a friend of mine said they are looking for a DJ at Pegasus; a club just a few blocks where I lived at 64 St & 2nd Ave. I went, spoke to the manager who told... See full review
Mtume - Prime Time
posted a review of Mtume - Prime Time. over 2 years ago
It's very sad to realize that, after the sad episode of James' transition, people seem to remember only of 'Juicy Fruit' when it comes to the genius' music. The man was behind so many anthologies that it's almost impossible to point out faves. Even... See full review
James Mtume
posted a comment on James Mtume. over 2 years ago
Stephanie Mills: “I am saddened to hear of the passing of my dear friend and producer James Mtume. He was so brilliant and an amazing music mind. The work chemistry we had along with your writing partner Reggie Lucas was second to none. I know you... See full review
Princess - Say I'm Your No. 1
posted a comment on Princess - Say I'm Your No. 1. over 2 years ago
Martin Glover: “ She was my band Brilliant’s backing singer. Mike Stock was very impressed, and straight after our session, around 10pm, we went home and he asked her to stay and voice this… played it to Pete the next morning, who immediately loved... See full review
Joe Bataan - Salsoul
posted a review of Joe Bataan - Salsoul. over 2 years ago
The story about the origins of the record label Salsoul Records is fantastic: the Cayre brothers, of Syrian-Jewish origin, received one day in 1973 from Joe Bataan the promo of his LP “Salsoul”, and ended up signing with him on their label Mericana.... See full review
Rhythim Is Rhythim - The Beginning
posted a comment on Rhythim Is Rhythim - The Beginning. over 2 years ago
The Beginning. An escalation of a multi dimensional world. Exquisite sounds are felt as soon as the music starts. The complex rhythmic part and the hypnotic synth loop are a sort of an introduction of what is about to come: the deepest feelings. The... See full review
Brenda Holloway - Just Look What You've Done / Starting The Hurt All Over Again
posted a review of Brenda Holloway - Just Look What You've Done / Starting The Hurt All Over Again. over 2 years ago
Just Look What You've Done became a hit on the hands of David Contessa Rodriguez at the Limelight in 1972. This is, no shadow of a doubt, one of the oldest Disco classics.
Richard H. Kirk
posted a comment on Richard H. Kirk. over 2 years ago
Stephen Mallinder (Cabaret Voltaire): “I’m shattered. my Cabs music partner, and often sparring partner, difficult to live with, but impossible not to love; stubborn, no sufferer of fools, but insightful, spontaneous, and with vision... and underneath... See full review
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Flamboyant (9) - Bander
submitted Flamboyant (9) - Bander. over 2 years ago
MindReflex - Infinity Range EP
submitted MindReflex - Infinity Range EP. over 2 years ago
Frankie Knuckles - The Whistle Song
posted a comment on Frankie Knuckles - The Whistle Song. over 2 years ago
“30 years ago this week, The Whistle Song was the #1 Billboard Club record. 30 years later, it still endures. I wrote and recorded the demo of this song in about 20 minutes, after hearing Frankie play at the Redzone. It was inspired by his DJ set.... See full review
Arpanet - Wireless Internet
posted a comment on Arpanet - Wireless Internet. over 2 years ago
“ In 1999 I started writing to Gerald Donald via email. His band Dopplereffekt had just released "Gesamtkunstwerk" the compilation of their first singles, and I got in touch in order to distribute it. Gerald was renowned for being hard to communicate... See full review
Paul Jebanasam - Continuum
posted a review of Paul Jebanasam - Continuum. over 3 years ago
Each time you listen to this album, you discover something new. Layers, textures, profundity. A great art that truly points to new directions. To the nature of sound. An amalgam of elements that challenges the most intense listeners. It's from 2016,... See full review
Giant Claw - Dark Web
posted a review of Giant Claw - Dark Web. over 3 years ago
Still trying to process this. How is that possible that I missed this back in 2014? Exquisite and bold as it gets.