Published on 2021, february 14th
Waiting for Mars 2020...
To celebrate Perseverance's landing on Mars on February 18, 2021, David Olsenn composed two original tracks (mixing not performed).
Each song has been composed in one day...
Track 1 for Perseverance
Track 2 for Perseverance
Published on 2020, april 7th
The first album composed and arranged by David Olsenn will come on 2022
David Olsenn discovered electronic music listening to the albums "Oxygene" and "Equinoxe" by Jean-Michel Jarre, then "Albedo 0.39", "Opéra sauvage" and "China" by Vangelis. Conquered by sounds and atmosphere emanated from this music, David Olsenn successively acquiring the Korg MS10, Roland D20 and Roland W30 synthesizers, Finding his inspiration through new "big" sounds, he began composing music that served as a basis for current compositions.
Since the end of 2020, David Olsenn has been working on a musical project linked to his passions: nature, astronomy, space exploration... The first album will be an invitation to explore the space.
About David Olsenn's music
What musical universe ?
Since his adolescence, David Olsenn is accompanied by the music of Vangelis and Jean-Michel-Jarre. This is why the public will find in the first album a certain influence of these two composers.
David Olsenn's first album is an invitation to explore the space.
The album composed and arranged by David Olsenn is scheduled for release in 2022.
Copyright 2021 David Olsenn
Website : www.davidolsenn.com
David Olsenn works with :
Synthesizers : Roland Jupiter 80, Roland Fantom 7, Yamaha Montage 6, DSI Prophet Rev 2, Waldorf Blofeld, Behringer Deepmind 12, Yamaha Moxf 6, Korg Wavestate, Korg MS10, Yamaha Genos
VST synth : Arturia V Collection 7 (Synclavier, Prophet, ARP 2600, Matrix...), Arturia Pigments, Omnisphère Spectrasonics, MemoryMoon ME80
DAW : Presonus Studio One Professionnal 4
Audio interfaces : Antelope Audio Discrete 8, Focusrite Scarlett Octopre Dynamic
Monitors : Adam A8X
Headphone : Focal Clear Pro
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