Inspired by electronic components and the early history of electronic music/sound, A.P. Felix constructs Electronic Tonalities. The 37 minute experiment pays tribute to the pioneers of the genre and is programmed on modular synthesizers and other hardware synthesizers. The end result features blips of atmospheric waves and tones that gently dance with layers of synth and beats. Felix masters the modular components and develops a rare style of historical significance.
A.P. Felix, aka Andrew Felix, is from Los Angeles, CA.
"Superchrome" tape was used in making this album.
released July 9, 2013
Art: The concept for the art on this project came by accident. A.P. Felix wanted a clear tape. That part was easy enough, although Justin decided to buy the clear tapes from the UK which meant they cost twice as much as what they needed too, however they are loaded with "super chrome" so I guess thats good. Either way, Justin had found transparency paper at his office and suggested the paper be used for the j-card, creating that "clear" look you can clearly see. Felix kept the art simple with three finger prints for the cover. Justin had originally planned on using his own finger prints on the cassettes as well, but after the painstaking difficulty with hand stamping "electronic tonalities" with a messy white ink, enough was enough! Needless to say the overall product turned out amazing.