Description : This is the definitive version of my opening song of the album "Cthulhu Calling" now nearing completion. Of all my songs it is probably the most genuinely Krautrock and reveals my soul that for a piece is German as well as Italian. Your comments will be greatly appreciated, especially regarding the quality of the mix and the equalization. Update: new drumming.

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  1. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Fri 31st Jul 2020 - 1 week ago

    Marco, this is exceptional work. If they made candy for the ears, this would be it. As far as the mixing and mastering, I think it is spot on. There is a lot going on in this track, a lot of moving pieces traveling from one side of my head to the other. I'm not sure how you did it, but you allowed for that movement so I could still find each individual instrument without wondering what happened to it. As each instrument moves into another spectral space, another moved to occupy the spot it just left. Absolutely brilliant. This one is a master class in panning and balance. And it's really enjoyable as well. You should be proud. I hope all is well.


    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Dear Friend, I have read your very thorough comment and I thank you for your words that give me great satisfaction. In fact I worked a lot on the mix of this song to try to make it balanced and defined and I think I did it. Best wishes Marco

  2. RuslanG
    RuslanG on Thu 30th Jul 2020 - 1 week ago


    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Good morning friend and thanks for your comment.

  3. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Wed 29th Jul 2020 - 1 week ago

    Hello Marco,

    Mate, your music is a piece of stratosphere music, my friend.

    Nice work on this track mate.

    The mix is brilliant too.

    Well done.


    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thank you very much Friend, your opinion is always important to me, a warm greeting from Italy.

  4. CinCoCent
    CinCoCent on Tue 28th Jul 2020 - 1 week ago

    Nature intro cool! Woah I hear it coming in. Oooo different drum beat dang, I like this already. Yes it is hypnotizing me in a good way! Lol My ear is thankful for this right here. I don't hear enough cosmic sounds which I enjoy. Great work CC

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks My friend, you really give me satisfaction, it's always nice to receive comments like this. Cordial greetings

  5. Jynxz
    Jynxz on Tue 28th Jul 2020 - 1 week ago

    Wow! How did I miss this track?
    I've got to pay closer attention to what's featured on LM.
    I know now, that if it's "Steronomicon to check it out.
    I think the title threw me.
    I love your work with evolving/rhythmic Synths. The foreground background panning is especially satisfying.
    I was thinking "Pink Floyd"at first, but I'd have to say, it's all you.
    I also like the sound of your new Drums.
    Great track...
    PEACE from the Beach...

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks Friend, your comment gave me great satisfaction, you listened carefully and I thank you very much for this. I hope you will like my next songs too.
    Best wishes

  6. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Tue 28th Jul 2020 - 1 week ago

    Marco, hello.

    I listened to this the other day, but unfortunately, I wasn't able to sit down and fully listen with intent. Today, I had the chance to revisit, and I'm glad I did.

    There are a few things I really like about this track.

    I use a lot of sound effects in my tracks to help build an ambiance, so using the water sounds in the beginning was a definite plus.

    I particularly enjoy how the sequenced bassline stays steady through the entire track, yet all of the other synths fade in and out of each other. Like elements mixing in water. The entire piece is very fluid and seamless. The combination of arps, sequences, and droning pads perfectly represent submarine-scapes. I particularly enjoyed the fact that it could be a much busier track, but it stays quite reserved, and with what you do have in there, it's not crowded. Everything about this song is the perfect representation of underwater life.
    The only thing I don't fully understand is the airy outro. For the entire track, we were submerged, but then it was a dry wind-like exit. To be clear, though, it's not a bad ending, or displeasant in any way. I still enjoyed it thoroughly. I just wasn't sure if we were being transported up and out of the water, or not.

    As far as the mix and equalization goes. Everything sounds good to me. It's crystal clear, it's fluid and dynamic. There is a lot of motion, it's a wide expansive sound. Nothing jumps out in the mix, nor does it duck behind anything. It's not a wall of sound that's too loud to listen to, but everything can be heard clearly.

    Overall, this is a high quality piece and I enjoyed listening to it.

    Take care.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Dear Friend, I very much appreciated your comment, you made a very profound analysis and you listened with great attention and for this I thank you. In September the printed copies of my CD album "Cthulhu Calling" will arrive and I want to give them to my friends of Looperman who have followed me more carefully. If you like, you can send me your address to my contact, so I can send a copy to you too. As for the ending of the song, this is related to the history of the submerged city R'Lyeh where the great Cthulhu rests. This city is destined to re-emerge by bringing its terrible inhabitant back to the surface. A cordial greeting Marco

  7. djphildrummin
    djphildrummin on Tue 28th Jul 2020 - 1 week ago


    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks Friend, I'm really happy that you liked my song. A cordial greeting

  8. DFay
    DFay on Mon 27th Jul 2020 - 1 week ago

    love the intro, it got me to the mood. love the everything is sitting on the mix. Great job

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks Friend for your much appreciated comment. A cordial greeting

  9. HeathAlexander
    HeathAlexander on Sun 26th Jul 2020 - 2 weeks ago

    I like the slow build in the intro. The arpeggio that comes in at 2:00 sounds great. The second arpeggio layer that comes in at 2:40 works well with the first. The long airy outro is really cool. Great track.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Dear Friend, it is a real honor for me to read these words from an authoritative and prepared musician as you are. Best wishes

  10. ronabo
    ronabo on Sun 26th Jul 2020 - 2 weeks ago

    Wow, this track kept my attention. I think you did a great job with all of the elements and the feel of the track.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks for your attention and for listening. Your review is for me a very important stimulus to try to do better and better.
    Best wishes

  11. StarTravels
    StarTravels on Sun 26th Jul 2020 - 2 weeks ago

    Hello Marco, this is one more fantastic sonic journey from your lab. The depth of your works always gives me goosebumps. I guess I will get me some books of HPL - I'm sure that will even increase the listening pleasure ...

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Dear Friend, I am really happy that you liked my music. For me, HPL has been a great source of inspiration to produce new sounds. In September I will receive the printed copies of my CD album "Cthulhu Calling", I intend to give a copy to all the friends of Looperman who have followed me more carefully. If you like, send me your address in private, so I can send a copy to you too. A cordial greeting Marco

  12. andigkow
    andigkow on Sun 5th Jul 2020 - 1 month ago

    So well balanced, gliding from structure to structure, excellent choice of sounds. The effects of the elements gives them the space, small rooms or sharpness they need, really good mastering from fade in to fade out - great work, sell it! ;)

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thank you very much Friend for your accurate analysis, I am happy to have produced a listenable track. A cordial greeting

  13. xstokes
    xstokes on Sat 4th Jul 2020 - 1 month ago

    this has a great structure and presence — i love when it gets motorik. phantasmic and funky

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Dear Friend, thanks for your very interesting comment. You have an excellent knowledge of Krautrock if you know the Motorik rhythms. Best wishes

    DJSLTUK on Wed 1st Jul 2020 - 1 month ago

    Nice ocean opening
    Got a real Kraftwork presence about it very nice!
    Love the rise of the melodies into this cool song and the use of well placed sweeps
    Fav this song for sure as i can get inspiration for you by this nice1

    Kindest Regards,


    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks Friend, you took the inspiration of my music very well, Kraftwerk remains for me the main model. Best wishes

  15. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Wed 1st Jul 2020 - 1 month ago

    You see, I am good at some things but not music in this style. I would not know where to begin Marco. I can't help that Kraftwerk kinda 70s feel about this. Lots of people think the 70s was just disco and huge rock ballads. Music like this existed then. I must say you did an amazing job with this. You always do because people want a different experience here and you are charting that path very brilliantly. Excellent work!


    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Dear friend, those extraordinary years have been the breeding ground of a lot of music full of new ideas, still today I continue to discover songs and musicians of that period that every time surprise me and fascinate me. Thanks for your support, a greeting from Italy

  16. crucethus
    crucethus on Wed 1st Jul 2020 - 1 month ago

    Perfect. I just made a nice cup of Chai Tea, Sat back and hit play to hear what my friend Marco has done with this. Love the bass intro fading in from the ocean. Cool the bass and the analoge toms are forbidding, then the squelchy synths remind you of some sick demented sea creature rising up. then the sequenced arpeggio synths are the people running away from the sea monster. The detuned choral synths represent people yelling, and the xylophone-like synths celebrate confusion. 3:18 is a subtle bass making you feel that the Monster is upon them, and the wispy synths are people being struck by its tentacled appendages. The white noise is the hopelessness of the situation for all the carnage wrought. The scene is now desolate. Yeah, I think you nailed the meaning of Cthulhu, and how´s that for a description. It was a really good cup of tea, and a good listen.
    Have a good night mate.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Hi Steven! Your descriptions are incredible, full of fantasy and fascinating images and they give me great satisfaction when I read them. I believe you have a natural predisposition to writing short stories or perhaps books, which you could develop very well. Thanks and greetings, see you soon Marco

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