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Marvin Ayres

Marvin Ayres
Country
England
Profile
Marvin Ayres is a British composer, cellist, violinist, and producer. He has composed and recorded a diverse selection of minimalist albums, incorporating spatial soundscapes and psycho-acoustics and latterly 5.1 and True 3D Surround in the 'Wall of Waves' Studio. He has also produced a number of film soundtracks.
Website
http://www.marvinayres.com
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Releases on file (9)
Marvin Ayres — Ultradian Rhythms Marvin Ayres — Ultradian Rhythms
(Wall of Waves WOW101, 2013, CD)
Marvin Ayres — Five Pieces Marvin Ayres — Five Pieces
(Bandcamp no#, 2010, DL)
Marvin Ayres — Eccentric Deliquescence Marvin Ayres — Eccentric Deliquescence
(Mandalic MCD003, 2008, CD)
Marvin Ayres — Cycle Marvin Ayres — Cycle
(Burning Shed bshed 0505, 2007, CD)
Mask — Heavy Petal Mask — Heavy Petal
(Mandalic MCD001, 2005, CD)
Marvin Ayres — Scape Marvin Ayres — Scape
(Burning Shed bshed 0405, 2005, CD)
Marvin Ayres / Pete Gomes — Sensory Marvin Ayres / Pete Gomes — Sensory
(Burning Shed bshed-0704, 2004, DVD)
Marvin Ayres — Neptune Marvin Ayres — Neptune
(Burning Shed bshed 0504, 2001/2004, CD)
Marvin Ayres — Cellosphere Marvin Ayres — Cellosphere
(Burning Shed bshed 0604, 1999/2004, CD)

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