Fractal Visions

by Chris Jenkins e-Music

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Recorded in September 1991 and released only on cassette, Fractal Visions uses MIDI instruments and a remarkable piece of software - Hugh McDowell's Fractal Music Composer, which applies fractal mathematics to music. Generating MIDI note information from the infinite complexities of the Mandelbrot and Julia Set equations, the results are neither entirely predictable nor completely formless. To create a more pleasurable listening experience I used a more conventional sequencer to edit, loop, transpose and re-arrange the music, with results ranging from ambient to rock to techno styles.

Main instruments used: Kawai K1 MkII, Korg M1R and EX8000, Roland D5 and TR-909, Yamaha TX802 and CS60, Akai S950, Elka Synthex


released January 1, 1991



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Chris Jenkins e-Music London, UK

I have been experimenting with synthesizer music since the 1980s, recording jingles, releasing cassette albums and performing live. I now record in Krystle Studio in London, using analogue, digital and virtual instruments. Though I try not to be limited to any one style, my influences obviously include Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze and Jean Michel Jarre. ... more

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