the Magic that is called: Ambient

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Having a chat with someone, working your way through paperwork or administrations, decorating your house just before Christmas, meeting friends in a bar, shopping in the Mall looking for specific clothes….. You can think of many situations where music could be present in the background, via a public audio system or the streaming service you listen to at home. Suddenly you realize you hear this tune… and it’s great!

“What is it? Wow!… I know that tune somehow, it’s a Deja-Vu! Wanna have some more… it feels so good!”

Ambient Music has the power to ‘melt’ with the environment, to become one with the scene you’re in, the magic happens when the actor in that scene – YOU – becomes aware of the music. Your brain suddenly tells you about it… Surprise! Ambient can be overwhelming, heart warming, moving, even till tears. Don’t be alarmed. Be happy instead. Someone can experience the actual moment much more intense as the music boosts the scene! Who needs pills anyway? Ambient Music can be consumed without negative side effects. It’s pure and honest. Without any doubt the best ‘drug’ you can think of….

// TC //

 

 

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  • Great, TC and his unique voice is still on air – wow! I will be onboard.

  • Hi TC,

    it’s good to see you again without any large break after Spacemusic :-)

    I’m looking forward to the Ambient.Zone.

    Cheers,
    Volker

  • TC!!
    I am soooo thankful that you are not ‘gone’ from the music realm. I was so saddened to hear that Spacemusic was ending…but then, to find you here in phase 2 of your musical gift-giving to the free world…I’m so excited to hear the future of AMBIENT.

    -Michael
    Austin, Texas

  • TC ~

    I’m with you again! Glad you have morphed into the next level of Ambient-essence! We’re here to enjoy, assist, and SUPPORT!

    Ron

  • I found you! I am onboard tje “TC” ship to Ambience.

  • Wow! TC lives on. After 10 years of Spacemusic, I’m happy to hear of your next project. Bon Chance with it, and I’ll be faithfully listening.

  • Hi TC!

    Greetings for New jersey, USA! I have been a listener to your podcasts for many years now – I started way back in 2006 – and I have always loved working to them. I’m a UX designer now, but back in 2006 I was a UI Designer. I have too many associated memories with your podcasts to list here, but I am so thankful for every one. I can listen to them and remember where I was working when I first heard it :-)

    Anyway, I’m so glad to see you’re branching out to a streaming site. Good luck with this project – I will be listening and enjoying every minute. BTW, I loved your final espisodes of the podcast – Part 1 & Part 2. They were brilliant mixes. Really good stuff. They brought back such memories.

    Thanks you again for all you do for the Ambient music field.

    Cheers,
    Michael

  • Good morning TC –

    I was one of your first listeners back in the hectic summer of 2005. My wife and I lived in London that year and amongst the bombs and frenzy of The Ashes cricket competition your podcast (and Dave’s Lounge) stood out as the best look into the future on the web, by a long distance.

    Those podcasts in season #1 still sound great, mostly because they’re not commercial and you sound so fresh and enthusiastic. The Soundseeing episode Oude-Maas will be ten years old this summer; it’s my all time favourite podcast.

    Like Michael B, I really enjoyed the last 2 episodes of Spacemusic. Very nicely done indeed.

    Dave’s still going strong. I hope you have every success too with Ambient Zone.

    Yours,

    Mark McFarland
    Hong Kong

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