Sensitivity features sounds from just one modular synthesiser, arranged and transformed into music that goes beyond its constraints while still evoking its unique sonic character.
Modular synthesis can be heard in some of Carya Amara’s previous music from the 1980s onwards, but the chance to work with a Buchla system is a rare opportunity.
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All the sounds on this album were derived from my experiments with the Buchla modular synthesiser of EMS Elektronmusikstudion in Stockholm, Sweden in June 2014. The finished music features both raw analogue and digitally transformed sounds. Many thanks to EMS for welcoming me as a guest composer in their studios and I hope that the inspiration I felt there can be heard in the resulting music. – Kevin Busby / Carya Amara
“Some fantastic bleeps, wobbles and sweeps on this one” – Listener review on Bandcamp
“Mind-blowing” – Listener review on Twitter
“Great synth album” – Listener review on Twitter
“I Buchla you’ll have a good time” – Tom Ellard, Severed Heads
“Superb modular manipulations” – Listener review on Twitter.
“Well-ordered and balanced aggregates” – Percorsi Musicali blog
“This takes me on a cerebral high, very subtle, very strange” – Listener review on Bandcamp
“Quite breathtaking electronic oddness of the highest order” – Listener review on Bandcamp
“A mesmerising journey of trance-inducing proportions” – Yeah I Know It Sucks review
Released on 5th January 2015 on CDR (CDR no longer available from 28th July 2018).
Also released on 5th January 2015 as a download in a variety of formats from Bandcamp.