Deep Sky Network is a sonic travelogue derived from a library of sounds captured by NASA's Voyager 1 & 2. Inspired by the deepest reaches and depths of space as observed at the Peach Mountain Observatory near Ann Arbor, MI. This project is deeply personal and created for the purpose of vibroacoustic sonic therapy, recorded prior and during multiple surgeries and a variety of invasive and non-invasive treatments. The ultimate goal was to obtain a documented Neurological map of the subconscious mind (closely monitored by a Polysomnographic technologist at The University Of Michigan) while reducing sensations of pain via variable harmonic frequency and sub-frequency modulation to induce a serene-like state. After 3 months of data collection and analysis, one thing is quite clear -- in that the audible content stimulated brainwave frequencies in near synchronization of the external rhythm of the recordings. In essence, this is a natural phenomenon in which sound resonates synchronously with the heart and mind rhythmically responding to its dominant frequency vibrations. These opuses warmly envelope, blanket and soothe the soul while in a dream or wake state, manifesting a state of harmonic enchantment.
"The Tao never does anything, yet through it all things are done.
If we could center ourselves in it, the whole world would be transformed by itself, in its natural rhythms."
released November 30, 2019
written and produced by variant. space artifacts and source recordings (electron plasma oscillations) captured from voyager 1+2 plasma wave instrument, courtesy of nasa.gov. contains 12 bit (8-12 second samples collected on the sequential prophet 2002) of the paradiso synthesizer from MIT's plasma science and fusion center. captured during the live patchwerk sound experiment. engineered and mastered in echospace.
supported by 68 fans who also own “deep sky network [electric density artifacts]”
Celebrate the solar eclipse with an amazing release by Variant.The two CD's are trademark Variant..Apsis could be the apogee of the Variant moniker. Incredible on all fronts. There is some low ,low,low end in there and some wonderful sound design and the groove of the ages. Biff Johnson and Shelley Andrews