Song List for Encoded Melodies Vol. 2 

 

No        Song Title       Time 
1. Along the Rabbit Trail  5:03 
2. Ancient Journey  3:17 
3. Antarctic Transport  5:06 
4. Astral Ark  5:01 
5. Basel Nightlife  3:07 
6. Beneath the Sunda Sea  6:30 
7. Blue Breezes  2:34 
8. Confusion on Neptune  6:56 
9. Dream Twilight  3:24 
10. Dreaming In Hyperspace  6:44 
11. Dreamy Sunny Day  3:32 
12. Driven Steamy Rain  4:07 
13. Far Space Transit  6:26 
14. Flight to Nowhere  5:30 
15. Forest Breezes Surround Me  7:45 
16. Global Prelude  3:04 
17. Gobi Caravan  4:51 
18. Green…

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Song list for "Encoded Melodies" album 

# Song Title Length # Song Title Length 1 African Nostalgia 2:37   31 Prog Station 2:18   2 Alter Venus 5:01   32 Rainfall in Bama 3:15   3 Arp Sounds 2:20   33 Repetitive Rhino 4:52   4 Asian Rub Dub 3:22   34 Rock the Crock 3:30   5 August Heat Treat 6:02   35 Rood Drops to Ground 3:09   6 Autumn Bell Tales 5:43   36 Secret Channel 4:09   7 Back to Work Again 3:28   37 Seventeen Miles to Go 5:36   8 Brown Pastures 3:01   38 Short Hike Back 2:25   9 Circus 328 3:17   39 …Read more

Keyboards and Devices Used 

            Keyboards used: 

1. Korg Karma

2. Roland JP-8000

3. Korg MS-2000

4. Yamaha DX-21

5. Roland Gaia Sh-01

6. Korg Minilogue 

            Devices used:

Boss Loop Station

Korg SQ-1 Sequencer

Boss Digital Delay

DOD Digital Effects System

Various Pedals

Lexicon Omega Interface

MidiSport 4x4

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