The Deep Blue Evening (1. Theoricus) Robert J. Morin

On the surface, “The Deep Blue Evening” can be described as contemplative, enigmatic, solemn, and meditative. Underneath the surface, the composition weaves euphonious aural patterns into a complex and unified structure. These structures are concerned with the relations of the patterns to each other, their subjective meaning and significance, their placement, and their germination.

”The Deep Blue Evening” was produced using Korg (X3 and Triton) synthesized sounds, which were then digitally processed and mixed using Steinberg software (Wavelab and Cubase).

  • Year of composition: 2003
  • Hardware used: Korg (X3 and Triton)
  • Software used: Steinberg (Wavelab and Cubase)
  • Duration of the submitted work: 45:58
  • Production: Home