Friday, October 7, 2011

Central Park (Listen to the Light) is out now

Central Park 'Listen to the Light', our second location-aware album, is out now in Apple's App Store. Go here to download it.

Our friends at FCTN spent time with us during the making of process and produced this short documentary, 'Music for Landscapes'. Enjoy--

5 comments:

  1. I walk through central park every day and got really excited when I saw an article about your album app. Are you planning on releasing an Android version of the app? I hope so, I'd love to experience it for myself.

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  2. Just did this for the first time tonight. It was absolutely incredible. It truly is a new way of thinking about and experiencing music. The songs themselves were gorgeous and dynamic - I really appreciated that if you stayed in one place the song for that location wasn't just a simple loop, it progresses over time so you can just sit and enjoy the music for a long time. But the seamless and completely unnoticeable transitions were what really blew me away. I don't know how you guys did it, but brilliant job!

    A few of my favorite musical locations were Cedar Hill - stunningly beautiful, the Conservatory Water and the Ramble was absolutely terrifying at night.

    My only qualms with the app is it glitched up a few times and stopped playing music for a split second, and it would have also been great if it could run in the background of your iphone or ipod, because as it is now you can't do anything else while using the app or it will stop playing. Also when you receive text messages the music stops. But those are minor complaints, just hope that if you guys do another one of these you can fix these issues.

    It was one of the most unique and magical experiences I've ever had and I can't wait to go back during the day and have a completely different experience and explore different parts of the park.

    Bravo!

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  4. the app stays hidden from view as the melodies, rhythms, instrumentation and pace of the music vary based on the listeners’ chosen path. Unlike other music-related apps, these are not musical toys or instruments. Nor are they a compliment to a traditional album release. buy facebook fans

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