.........A little background.........
Let me introduce us, we go under the name Sozra Music. If you are
into cyber related music, you might have seen our page. If you have
not been by for some time, you might want to give the updated page
a look. For those who are not familiar with us, we work as a small
group, creating music and multimedia art projects.
When we first discussed CyberMusic as a music category on our site
in early 1996, we noticed that no one (or that I could find) was seriously
talking about a possibility of a web related music category. Although
cliché, an obvious term to describe this www music global melt seemed
to be CyberMusic. Since then, the number of sites with the thought of music
being created "using or influenced by the web" have gone from a hand full
to many hundreds.
Unfortunately CyberMusic was and is still mostly used as a generic
term for a site on the web that sells all categories of music. What we
hope for is a term to describe the future of web influenced music.
A term used to create global discussion. Currently the use of the
terms CyberMusic or CyberSound still seem to be growing as the
terms of choice.
"Cybermusic may actually be something that hasn't
been conceived of yet. The marriage of technology and music may
be as unpredictable now as rock and roll was at the turn of the
"Cybermusic may well be the future of all music:
music for the moment-and not a second longer."
~ H.P. Newquist
Our music has been described as Instrumental , Electronic / Ambient
New Age , Electro , Space , Zen , Trance , IDM , Ambient , Meditation ,
Sound Art , Mood , ...Cybermusic?? (just food for thought) The music we
produce is more like sound paintings than traditional composed music.
In many ways, the music is globally influenced, in that we try to capture a
sound with and not limited to any specific region, a type of melt I guess.
The use of digital technology to create sounds, that have not existed
before, is a great help. From there we mix acoustic instruments and human
voice (no words just sound) From the feedback we get, there seems to be
an appreciation of our music by many separate cultures and ages. The
aspect that there are no words is probably a positive.
As you and
I know, sound and
music are some of the oldest and most
universally understood forms of
Could, what we create, be one type of CyberMusic??
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about our group and Ambient CyberMusic
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Thanks for the visit!... :)~