Ad Infinitum

by SOLA TRANSLATIO

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Alio Die + Opium deliver a masterpiece of shimmering, ever-mutating dark ambient. A tapestry of mesmerizing low-rumbling melodies/frequencies for a DEEP listening.

Sola Translatio is a collaborative work between the italian ambient sound master Alio Die and younger Italian newcomer Opium(Matteo Zini). The music moves on abstract drones, minimal rhythms, and "found sounds," rather than being spooky or boring, spreads a calming layer of gentle sound over the listener. It has a nocturnal but serene quality, and feels like the soundtrack for long quiet hours in an elegant Oriental country retreat. It evokes a place one would like to return to, rather than a nightmare from which one struggles to wake. Its a tapestry of mesmerizing low-rumbling melodies/frequencies for a deep listening, where the sounds of nature are always present.

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released March 21, 2001

All tracks composed, recorded and mixed
between Januray 1999 and August 1999 by:
Alio Die (Stefano Musso) - Sampler, textures and drones, field recordings.
Opium (Matteo Zini) - Digital sound effects, programming,
sampler, electronics, fields recordings.
Except track 05 composed and recorded by Alio Die 1999.
Mastered by Stefano Musso on Pro Tools August 1999.
Computer graphic and executive production:
Mauro @ K.M.D.. Design

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ALIO DIE Italy

Since the late 80s, Stefano Musso has recorded deep, evocative experimental ambient & electro-acoustic soundscapes under the name Alio Die.
His music is a shadowy, cavernous, intensely detailed fusion of acoustical elements, step-and-repeat sample treatments, sparse, echoing percussion, and deep, atmospheric sound design, textural passages..by the music's vague, entropic formlessness.
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