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Sonic Sky Records Announces Its First Release

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Published: September 14, 2015 | By Stephen James Taylor

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On September 14th Sonic Sky Records will release its first title: COME ALIVE.  The 36 minute nine movement piece was composed in 5.1 Surround in 2001 for the El Paso MicroHoot. It is being released now as a surround DVD. Though COME ALIVE is not a visual product it can be played on any DVD […]

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“Embrace It All” – Stephen James Taylor’s Transtonal Pop Album

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Published: March 5, 2014 | By Stephen James Taylor

I have finally just released my Solo Transtonal Pop Album entitled “Embrace It All.” Check out this album on iTunes: These songs are all created using a new musical paradigm called Transcendent Tonality. Think of it as a broad and inclusive mode of perception embracing all possible notes… “regular” notes as well as those that […]

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The Philosophers’ Journey (Transcendent Tonality)

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A journey through the sky with four flying philosophers via transcendent tonality (in this case using 31 tone equal temperament and just intonation),. Music downloadable on itunes, amazon, cdbaby etc.

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Rockin’ Da Beat (Transcendent Tonality)

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Music written by Stephen James Taylor within the paradigm of “Transcendent Tonality”, an emerging term that encompasses microtonality. In this case using a 17 tone per octave scale, unequal, derived from Ervin Wilson”s “Moments of Symmetry” tuning continuum. Underlying meter and rhythms follow same geometry of long and short steps as the consecutive scale intervals […]

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I LIKE IT HERE (Transcendent Tonality)

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Published: February 21, 2013 | By Stephen James Taylor

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“I Like It Here” is an easy stroll through 31 equal temperament using some spicy chord juxtapositions. The chromatic microtones in the guitar line clearly identify it as 31.  Check out the song now available on iTunes.

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SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT (Transcendent Tonality)

SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT (Transcendent Tonality)

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Published: February 2, 2013 | By Stephen James Taylor

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A traditional Negro spiritual taken to a new dimension.

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Microtonal Cartoon Cues

Microtonal Cartoon Cues

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Published: August 11, 2011 | By Stephen James Taylor

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A 1993 medley of musical cues written by Stephen James Taylor for Disney’s Timon and Pumbaa using Wilson’s “Meta-Ptolemy” tuning ratios. Hosted by the Sonic Sky SoundCloud

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Music from the Lake Aloe Festival

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Published: August 10, 2011 | By Kraig Grady

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Microtonal music from the Island of Anaphoria composed by Kraig Grady. Hosted by the Sonic Sky SoundCloud For more samples of Kraig Grady’s music visit http://anaphoria.com/samples.html

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Hex by Gary David

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Published: August 10, 2011 | By Gary David

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Microtonal music from Gary David’s 1968 progressive jazz group “The Sound of Feeling” using Wilson tuning structure known as the “Hexany.” Hosted by the Sonic Sky SoundCloud

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“3/8 to 2/5” by Marcus Satellite

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Published: August 10, 2011 | By thesonicsky

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Marcus Hobbs techno piece using continuous MOS tuning. The scale itself does not stay still, it is in a constant state of flux. Hosted by the Sonic Sky SoundCloud

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