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  • What Semiotic song would you pick to be featured as Amplitude DLC? (Giveaway)

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    Hello FreQs! Before the release of Amplitude I listened to Symbion Project's Semiotic album over and over again. To this day I can't help but think that the entire album should be offered as DLC in Amplitude. If DLC happened I'm sure we would get another Symbion Project song and hope it would come from Semiotic. I have a few songs in mind which would be my favorite but I am curious...

    What Semiotic song would you pick to be featured as Amplitude DLC? Semiotic by Symbion Project...
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  • Prepare to be "Synthesized!"

    Prepare to be "Synthesized!"

    We have all been begging to be "Synthesized" since we heard about the Amplitude Kickstarter and now it will happen soon! An all new version of "Synthesized" by Symbion Project will be featured in the new Amplitude! We cannot contain our excitement for this news and hope you are excited too! Symbion Project announced the new Amplitude news during the Freezepop show at PAX Prime this past weekend. For those that didn't attend PAX Prime the news was revealed on Symbion Project's Facebook page. "Synthesized" was in the original Amplitude for the PlayStation 2 and is composed by Symbion Project. If you have not listened to this song yet check it out below! ...
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  • Sue Me (Alternate Universe Mix Feat. Kasson)

    Sue Me (Alternate Universe Mix Feat. Kasson)

    Amplitude fans have been eagerly anticipating new music from DJ HMX and Plural since Cool Baby, and it is finally here! You heard about it first in our Symbion Project interview! Kasson (DJ HMX) has been collaborating with Princess Problems also known as Naoko Takamoto (Plural). Check out Sue Me (Alternate Universe Mix Feat. Kasson) below!






    For the sake of their original collaboration here is Cool Baby!



    We can't wait to hear what else they have in store for us in the future!

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  • Amplitude Online FreQcast // Episode 2: FreQs Unite!

    Amplitude Online FreQcast // Episode 2: FreQs Unite!

    Hello FreQs! We at FreQ HeadQuarters have recorded our second episode of the Amplitude Online FreQcast! Download the FreQcast her e. In this episode we discuss the topics outlined below. Amplitude Online FreQcast // Episode 2 - FreQs Unite! We say farewell to a couple of our favorite FreQs at Harmonix Speculation on Kasson Crooker’s other songs in Amplitude Five things you need to know about FreQuency and Amplitude Intro music is Concept by Symbion Project Exit music is Thought by Symbion Project Order Symbion Project's music from his band camp page! Bonus! Here is the picture that Peach took of our cat, Lil Ninja during the FreQcast! ...
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  • Our Exclusive Interview with Symbion Project about Semiotic, Amplitude, and More!

    Our Exclusive Interview with Symbion Project about Semiotic, Amplitude, and More!

    Happy AmpliTuesday everyone! With the new Amplitude release around the corner we decided to sit down with Symbion Project and talk about his newly released album Semiotic and more. We really appreciate you spending the time to do this interview with us! What can fans expect from the new Semiotic album? Thanks for having me! I've been a fan of the Amplitude fansite since it's original incarnation a decade ago. The Semiotic album is a bit of a departure for me from previous releases in quite a few ways. The past several albums have been a mixture of atmospheric downtempo with vocals (Misery in Soliloquy) or Wendy Carlos-inspired vintage synthesizers albums (Wound Up and Contrapasso). Really the main thing I had been missing was programming more upbeat complex drums. Working with singers is a complicated and lengthy process so I also knew that I wanted to keep it instrumental and really focus on the beats and harder edged synths. The result is an album that is still quite musical and song-oriented but in the IDM/techno genres which is new to me. It's dark, aggressive, moody. What was your inspiration for creating the music for Semiotic? I watch and read a lot of sci-fi and find that to be a source of inspiration... making my own Bladerunner soundtrack has always been very appealing to me. There are more than a few moments on Semiotic that I think would fit really well in the Bladerunner, Tron universe. As with many electronic musicians, I'm also very inspired by the gear I use and the complex sounds and rhythms that they can produce. This album really features a mixture of my older vintage synths, like the Prophet10 and Moog Modular, as well as soft synths from Reason, Aalto, and Diva. All the drum and synth programming was done in Reason8, with all the mixes and mastering done in Digital Performer 7. These tools are very inspiring to me creatively. We know that this album was created in collaboration with visual artist Kevin McGinnis, what made you think of having visualizations for your music? Was your music composed first for the visualizations or were the visualizations made first and the music composed toward them? About a few songs into the album, I realized that the songs were very visual to me and each created a unique identity and visual in my mind. I've been seeing really great live visuals at shows for years now, but the VJ was always off-stage, in the back or side, doing their thing. I wanted to change that paradigm and have the live visuals be of the same importance as the live music... that meant working with Kevin not only on the static visual identity of the album (album cover) but also integrating him into the band with equal footing. The goal is to have the live visuals be done right from the stage along with the music. Kevin won't be able to join for all the shows so I've created a way for me to perform both the music and visuals from the same computer with midi control simultaneously over both aspects. It's really quite cool, and scary with all the tech needed to pull it off! For the most part, the songs really came first and then Kevin and I worked to create the visual identity for them. What was your first reaction to hearing about the new Amplitude? Oh, totally psyched to not only hear they were going to make a new one and reboot the franchise, but also the immediate outpouring of support from the fans who wanted a new, updated Amp experience! Both FreQ and Amp were really ahead of their time, and it wasn't until HMX added controllers to the experience that people really understood the experience of music games in general. But now that there are legions of GH and RB fans from around the world, it's easier to make the leap into the more abstract and strategic world of Amplitude. I also really like the Amplitude experience as it's aimed really at synthetic music and drum machines which is far more my world than rock guitars and live drums. The song Concept from Semiotic was chosen as your piece for Amplitude, why did you choose this piece and ...
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  • Kasson Crooker song...s?!?!

    Kasson Crooker song...s?!?!

    One of our sources has confirmed that there will possibly be at least three songs from Kasson Crooker in the new Amplitude. One of his new songs will be as Symbion Project while the others will be under some of his other pseudonyms from FreQuency/Amplitude. Will it be Komputer Kontroller, DJ HMX, Cosmonaut Zero, or a new name? What do you think and which pseudonym artist would you want? Symbion Project's twitter post confirms multiple songs from him for the new Amplitude: Just spent a few amazing hours w/@AmplitudeGame team playing my song...s?!?! So much fun & the game is looking HELLA-PRIME for #PAXEast— SymbionProject (@symbionproject) February 27, 2015 ...
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