Splice Originals Lofi Scifi with Adam Schatz WAV
Lo-fi Sci-fi with Adam Schatz harkens back to the early days of synthesizers and 1960s-1970s sci-fi jazz with the use of tenor sax, organs, bass clarinet, electric bass, drum machines, synthesizers such as Neon Egg’s Planetarium, Moog Sub 37, and many more instruments—all passed through tape machines. This experimental pack explores what it looks like to put a slightly modern twist on the avant-garde music of the 1960s.
Adam Schatz is a songwriter, improviser, and producer from Newton, Massachusetts. He moved to New York to study the saxophone, where he formed the collaborative improvising band, Father Figures, and adventurous rock band, Landlady. Schatz treats all of his projects as an adventure, observing the world with fresh, almost alien eyes. From his studio, The Chamber of Commerce, he has produced recordings for artists such as Renata Zeiguer, Danke, Isaac Gillespie, and more.
We hope you use the sounds in this pack to break your boundaries and try new paths. That it pushes you out of your comfort zone into uncharted territories.
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