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.



- ELECTRONIC STANDARDS PORTFOLIO -

I. INTERVIEWS

Roy Ayers
Larry Heard
A Guy Called Gerald
Floating Points
Lonnie Liston Smith
Green Velvet
Motor City Drum Ensemble
Thomas Fehlmann
Leroy Burgess
Chris & Cosey
Manuel Göttsching
Kuba Sojka
DJ Pogo
DJ Magal
Richard Pinhas
Ken Ishii
Man Parrish
Paradox
Bernard Fowler
Aldo Marin
Liquid Liquid
Renaat & Sabine
D-Train
Derrick May
Kirk Degiorgio
D-3 (Detroit Trio/UR)
Gez Varley
Afrika Bambaataa
Mark Archer
Chymera
Ian O'Brien
Nicky Siano



II. EVENTS

Detroit Movement 2011
Sonar SP 2012

III. MOST SAMPLED BREAKBEATS

40 Legendary Breaks (As Told By Paradox)



IV. AESTHETIC SOUL PODCASTS

Aesthetic Soul IV: Magnetic Phwonk

Aesthetic Soul V: Omnia Vincit Amor

V. SPECIALS

Le Captain Konk: Hommage To A Huge Friend

Recent Activity
posted a review of Vince Watson - Renaissance / Rendezvous. about 1 month ago
When it comes to underground club culture, Vince figures among the greatest electronic music composers of the last quarter of a century. His anthological pieces are many; among them, 'Rendezvous', belongs to the Pantheon of eternal beauty. Vince has a... See full review
posted a comment on Kraftwerk - Computerwelt. 2 months ago
Aldo Marin (Cutting Records):
“ This, to me, is the album that changed the Hip Hop and Dance World forever. I believe that without this album, there would be no 'Planet Rock', 'Al-Naafiysh (The Soul), 'Hip Hop Be Bop', 'Clear' and maybe even Cutting Records.” See full review
posted a comment on 808 State - 10 x 10. 2 months ago
Graham Massey (808 State):
“I think this was one of the earlier tunes to be written for the Gorgeous album, in 1992. I remember we were still at our Industrial unit behind Mc Donalds in Longsight. We had an office in one part of the business park... See full review
posted a comment on Captain Rock. 3 months ago
Leroy Burgess: “ RON GREEN (aka) CAPTAIN ROCK.
NIA Records was a Family.
A small, unassuming label helmed by twins Tunde-Ra & TaharQa Aleem.. driven by a dream. The majority of its Artists hailed from our shared village of Harlem, myself included.
It... See full review
posted a review of Depeche Mode - Speak & Spell. 3 months ago
There will never be a period of excellence like the 80s for Depeche Mode. Forget the mainstream, the social media audiences and the consolidated music genres; this was the time when you could only rely on your dreams, ideas and desire to create from... See full review
posted a review of Der Zyklus - Biometry. 4 months ago
From the aesthetic design, studio mixing and sound immersion experience point of view, this is one of the most important albums of the 21st century.
submitted Various - Galaxy Freiheit Presents Sun Rays. 4 months ago
posted a comment on Malcolm Cecil. 4 months ago
Tom Browne: "Sadly, pioneering electronic musician and producer Malcolm Cecil (creator of The Original New Timbral Orchestra and half of synth duo Tonto's Expanding Head Band – along with producer/engineer Robert Margouleff) passed away this morning –... See full review
posted a review of Dan Curtin - Voices From Another Age. 5 months ago
“It's hard to explain what I had in mind, because it was all about how I was feeling at that moment; but I knew that I wanted to use the TB 303 in a way that wasn't acid house I wanted to take that instrument into Techno. I did that on several other... See full review
submitted Terra Escura - Treme Pista. 5 months ago
posted a comment on Clock DVA - Thirst. 6 months ago
Adi Newton: “Considered by Paul Morley in his NME Album review of that year as ‘one of the Best Debut Albums of the 1980s along Side Joy Divisions Unknow Pleasures and The Falls Dragnet.’
The following Sleeve notes for THIRST made by GENESIS P-ORRIDGE... See full review
posted a review of Jean Michel Jarre* - Oxygène. 7 months ago
Oxygène belongs to electronic music's Pantheon of eternal beauty. The fact that Space trips of this level were made back in 1976 is just mind blowing (check out 'Chronolyse' by Pinhas that was actually composed and produced the same year, as well as... See full review
posted a review of Various - Techno 2: The Next Generation. 8 months ago
What can we say about Stark? A deep, exquisite Techno piece, seriously underrated; this masterpiece should get a lot more credit, first of all because it was of a kind, and also for its aesthetic and futuristic atmosphere (remember we were in 1990).
posted a comment on Convextion - Convextion. 8 months ago
Sean Deason, about 'Metropolis' by Convextion:
"Metropolis, 1995: I'm sitting in the mastering session with Mark for this record. He skips through the DAT, gets the gist of the track and sets his levels on all of his gear. He starts cutting the... See full review
submitted Galaxy Freiheit - Viaggio Nell' Iperspazio. 8 months ago
submitted Danseur Cosmique - Sentiment de Désir. 8 months ago
posted a comment on DJ Icee* - Love (Once Upon A Time) / We Do It Like This. 9 months ago
A massive, devastating blow on Sao Paulo’s mid 90s underground. Brilliant Breaks.
posted a review of Galaxy Freiheit - Matrioshka Brain. 9 months ago
Title tune Matrioshka Brain feedbacks:

"BEAUTIFUL! LOVE IT. SHOULD HAVE A VIDEO WITH IT. AWESOME JOB" - Keith Tucker (Optic Nerve/Aux 88, Detroit/US)

"That was a very warm and lush experience! I really enjoyed the meditative and introspective... See full review
submitted Galaxy Freiheit - Matrioshka Brain. 9 months ago
posted a review of Manuel Göttsching - E2-E4. 9 months ago
"E2-E4 is the opening Chess move, a very good title because it was the first recording that I
released under my name. I connected all those synthesizers and sequencers, for bass, solo and
voice with drum machines, using effects. I used a analog drum... See full review
submitted Galaxy Freiheit - Plonger Dans L'Éternel Musical. 9 months ago
submitted String Theory II - Danseuse au Soir. 11 months ago
submitted Galaxy Freiheit - Infinity. 11 months ago
submitted Quebrada Posse - Duality EP. 11 months ago
posted a review of А. Вапиров* - Мистерия. 12 months ago
Album of exceptional beauty, Mysteria would become a symbol of spiritual futurism and boldness in 70s Jazz (by the way, a prolific decade for the genre). All this beauty took place, despite the impending difficulties imposed by the iron curtain... See full review
submitted Quebrada Posse - Deep Remixes. about 1 year ago
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submitted Quebrada Posse - Distopia. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Mark Imperial - J'Adore Danser. about 1 year ago
Mark Imperial: “Imagine being an Asian kid in arts dominated by non-Asians.
I moonwalked across the stage at my high school variety show in 1982 doing a pop & lock routine to Evelyn Champagne King’s “I’m in Love”. That was the first time for many of... See full review
posted a review of Optic Nerve - Trilogy - Wave 2. about 1 year ago
Truly one of the most magnificent Techno masterpieces ever. A sublime atmosphere made by emotional harmonies and futuristic timbres. Let the man himself tell us a little more:
"Another World was recorded about 3am in the morning, and it just came to... See full review
posted a comment on Low Res - Amuk. about 1 year ago
Danny Zelonky (Low Res) reminds the idea behind his masterpiece: "The violation of the grids normally governing pitch and time in that genre was my interest, and it is in general fun to set something up (a framework or grid), and then to subvert (run... See full review
submitted Quebrada Posse - Profondeur. about 1 year ago
submitted String Theory II - To The Fate Of The 808. about 1 year ago
submitted Galaxy Freiheit - Dedicated (Remixes). about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Luther Vandross - Never Too Much. about 1 year ago
Marcus Miller: “Happy Birthday to my big brother Luther Vandross.

He would've been 69 years old today. He's been gone for 15 years and I still can't get used to it. Whenever one of the tunes we did comes on the radio, I instinctively reach for the... See full review
posted a review of DSR - Miami. about 1 year ago
When I first heard this deep, lisergic piece from a compilation called ‘Evolution Of The Groove’, it sounded like a future soirée merged in unknown atmospheres. I had never heard anything sounding like that before. For my surprise, I found out that... See full review
posted a comment on Bill Withers - Still Bill. about 1 year ago
Leroy Burgess: “ BILL WITHERS.
The songs were rustic, heartfelt and genuine.
Part of our own shared identity. I always felt he sang for all of us.
An amazing Spirit. A talent rooted in the depths of our souls.
His work managed to lift us, while... See full review
submitted Galaxy Freiheit - Dedicated. about 1 year ago
posted a review of Joe Henderson - Black Narcissus. about 1 year ago
Patrick Gleesom’s opening cosmic keyboards line is totally fascinating, which made me interview him recently about it. Here’s his testimonial:

“Joe was a dear man. Learned a lot from him. I do recall how much I enjoyed working with Joe. Making music... See full review
posted a review of Mundo Muzique - Tranztechno EP Vol. 1. about 1 year ago
(Ed)Mundo Muzique. Such a great talent from back in the days. One of the men behind Mentasm, author of Andromeda and Acid Pandemonium, classics that inspired a whole generation. Despite the fact, he remains an underrated character from the outstanding... See full review
posted a comment on Spiritual Concept - Spiritual Concept. about 1 year ago
Talmadge G. Conway: “ When Earth, Wind & Fire first started out, they were managed by Rosie Grier. They did an album for the movie "Sweetback" and the had a girl in the group and they had a sound like the group called "The Friends Of Distinction."... See full review
posted a review of Herbie Hancock = ハービー・ハンコック* - Dedication = デディケーション. about 1 year ago
1974. Herbie Hancock suddenly found a secret wormhole to another Galaxy; there, he put his hands on some weird synthesizers and recorded this. So much ahead of its time... ‘till today.
posted a review of Joe Louis* - The Love Of My Own. about 1 year ago
From the great old times. I heard Joe Louis was first introduced to Larry Heard through Larry’s younger brother Baby Fingers at the time he had recently concluded 'Mystery of Love' (1985), circa early 1986.
Larry Heard became a big inspiration to Joe... See full review
posted a comment on Undisputed Truth (2) - You + Me = Love. about 1 year ago
Bruce Forest: “How is this not up here yet? I would play this when I wanted the floor to literally drown in sweat. Proper use of an isolator and this jam would send the children panting and running for the water. Life Jam.
Short story: during one day,... See full review
posted a comment on Andrew Weatherall. about 1 year ago
Justin Strauss: “Like many of you here, I woke up to the sad and shocking news that Andrew Weatherall had died. It stunned me and tears came running down my face. I barely knew him personally but felt such a strong connection and love for what he did.... See full review
posted a comment on Fonda Rae - Tuch Me. about 1 year ago
Bruce Forest: “Something I did long ago for my dear friend and mentor Patrick Adams. He taught me how to mix great records, by producing great records.
I often start tracks with long vocal/instrumental sections. Pisses off DJs, but what the hell,... See full review
posted a review of William S* - I'll Never Let You Go. about 1 year ago
I never understood really why William Stover did not pursue his journey towards the Pantheon of House & Techno greatness. These exquisite, futuristic synth lines were unique on the Chicago Underground scene (let's not forget, co-written by another... See full review
posted a review of Lonnie Liston Smith - Dreams Of Tomorrow. about 1 year ago
Melancholic piano-beauty masterpiece merged in introspectiveness, ‘A Garden Of Peace’ was countless times sampled; sometimes, one line of instrument can be enough to make a timeless tune.

Lonnie Liston Smith remembers:
“What I did was playing the... See full review
posted a review of Lonnie Liston Smith - Exotic Mysteries. about 1 year ago
Lonnie Liston Smith: ”I remember Marcus Miller writing ‘Space Princess’; it was future, but based from a vision from that particular period. How come so much great music happen in the seventies? Everyone we trying to come up with this ‘new concept’,... See full review
posted a review of Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes* - Renaissance. about 1 year ago
Lonnie Liston Smith: “I have many songs about a similar idea - ‘Voodoo Woman’, ‘Space Lady’ & ‘The Enchantress’, ‘Goddess Of Love’… it was like dealing with the exotic and the mysterious side of a woman… most of these had funky grooves, except for... See full review