Why did you create this music compilation?

Sound bridges apparent gaps between emotion & mathematics, discord & harmony, in-formation & noise, physical & metaphysical, religion & science, & (most importantly) organismic entities.

It can be a refuge from discordant chatter reverberating through streets busied by mechanistic mind-sets. Playing with sound has been shown to involve the integration of processes involving many parts of the brain. Synesthesia is a condition of integration of sensory input stimulation. It’s syntropic synergy synchrocoincidancing timeless spaces unveiling themselves before being when a door through which shines light of love of life opens gates of Heovens in the nowhere or even hwells unless all externalised phenomena (without exception) is subject to subjectification.

* Quasi-neologism “Heovens” He + ovens, Referring to certain states within Yoga practice, i.e., “Heoven doors unlock higher modes of polarity tuning.” (8th circuit activation)

* Quasi-neologism “hwells” hell + well, Referring to states of consciousness where “ego” has managed to infiltrate the awareness system. i.e., “A water well fell into hwell, it’s doing well, hwell sells well.” (2nd circuit psychology)

Seeking-finding meaning in sound non-verbal articulation.

This music compilation originally features an additional track entitled “Nothing Lasts Forever” which was deleted in the hope of recording a “better” take “later on”.”Later on” did not manifest as the project was abandoned temporarely while a struggle with proprietary hardware and software took place. Copyleftschemes through thought. Glimpses oasis awaiting our space, composed co-related vibrating data that gets processed within habitat patterns of chordata.

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Have a wonderfully organic biobot (and beyond) experience.

Namaste & Kind Regards,
Amecylia Music

Piano pieces existing out of certainty

Non-linear narratives, piano in pieces collected through a multi-modal generative process requiring years of evolution.

“Exist?” is the third album composed as part of this collection. Electronic piano expresses notes as ambient sound-scapes furnish the duration of the files. Congratulations, you have uncovered the album “Exist” by Amecylia – please enjoy your listen! Thank you.

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Amecylia Digital Music Team

Noise music: making of an ‘avant-garde’ audio album

The TRUTH about chemtrails, paranoia and aliens feeding on your e-motional (vibrational) energy. “Them!” language and categorisational habits. For example, assuming the entity is “human” when ze may find it difficult to relate to that. Going far and beyond with a “conspiracy theory” – and inferring from dubious / biased sources it was typical of “Them!” to think <things>.

Do you identify as nothing (not a “thing”) located nowhere (now-here)? Or as the something consciously and unconsciously co-created? When, why and how?

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The unknown, lurking just around the moment. Digital Code-Destiny. This is where it all started. A nightmare! But worse – a nightmare of sorts that I could never awaken from. No matter how many mornings I live, no matter what matter embodies I, or how many times the bodies die. Eyes that see from every which-when perspective. All matter returns to me, whether I laugh or I cry. So I chose to smile and found the sea fluctuated through distant melodies. Is this a way that the abyss replied? The only way out was in.

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G-d re-cognizing G-d

Kind regards,
“Amecylia”