Splinter, Rene

René Splinter, born on December 1968 in The Hague, The Netherlands, started building up his electronic music studio since 1986, and created several soundscapes and tracks, heavily inspired by the German electronic rock genre (Berlin School) of the early eighties....
Splinter, Rene
Rene Splinter - Almery

Artist: Rene Splinter
P: 2010
This album was unreleased so far and contains 100% plugin-free music that he made in the year 1988. So it sounds so much like the Tangerine Dream realeases from the 80s.
Perfect and not a bit less good quality like TD did 30 years ago.

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Rene Splinter - Frames

Artist: Rene Splinter
P: 2014
Rene is going to mesmerize us again with he unbelievable talent. Melodies that touch the heart and sequencing that takes us on a journey to faraway places, A joy for the ears..

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Rene Splinter - Modern Ruins

Artist: Rene Splinter
P: 2013
Rene is going to mesmerize us again with he unbelievable talent. Melodies that touch the heart and sequencing that takes us on a journey to faraway places, A joy for the ears..

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Rene Splinter - Singularities

Artist: Rene Splinter
P: 2012
New Berlin School tracks in the style of TD around mid 80s like Poland and Logos.
Perfect.

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Rene Splinter - Transit Realities

Artist: Rene Splinter
P: 2010
The CD deals about journeys through both the real world and the virtual equivalent. Traveling within dreams and metropolitan cities, over mountains, through rivers and digitally rendered landscapes. A symphonic soundscape painting of transits between reality and the imaginary world. 'Transit Realities' was originally recorded during 1992 and 1993. After the mixing was complete late 1993, these tracks ended up in archives and came now available again in a perfect remstered version. The music is in the Tangerine Dream style of 1981-1983 and is brilliant. Berlin School Sequences like Chris Franke did on his ARP 2600 and melodies like Johannes Schmölling made. If you like this TD style, you will find a follow-up to that.

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Schwingungen Radio auf CD - Edition Nr.216 05/13
Schwingungen - Radio auf CD
Edition Nr.: 216
05/2013

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V/A - Dutch Masters

Artist: Various Artists
P: 2011
LTD: 400

As follow-up to the highly successful Analogy series (part 1, 2, and 3), Groove Unlimited is now releasing a new sampler.
This time the approach is very different. The idea is to do an album with Dutch EM artists and let them compose music to a painting they like. The album is called 'Dutch Masters' and you will hear music the artists composed to paintings of Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Mondriaan, Escher, Bosch and many more.
Artists that participated are: Ron Boots, Gert Emmens, Eric van der Heijden, Bas Broekhuis, Remy, Synth.nl, Rene Splinter, Meesha, and René van der Wouden. If you want to hear how these artists translate the image of their favorite painting into music get a hold of this album.

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Various Artists - E-Day 2011

Artist: Erik Wollo, Remy, Harald Grosskopf, Rene Splinter
P: 2011
LTD 500
9 new tracks, exclusive for this CD.

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Various Artists - Electronic Music for Life

Artist: Maxxess, Moonbooter, Spyra, Robert Schroeder,
You, Eroc, B.Kistenmacher, Wellenfeld u.v.a.

P: 2011
All new titles compsed for this compilation.
On March 11th, 2011, Japan had to experience the most powerful earthquake of its history. Pictures of the following Tsunami were seen around the world. This natural catastrophe caused extensive and long lasting consequences. In one word: Fukushima.
Ten thousands of people died, hundred thousands are homeless. Families, children and old people are fighting for their livelihood. The world is shocked and takes share in the fate of the concerned. The quiet and proud japanese people welcome this solace. But even a country like Japan cannot manage the enormous challenges alone. Therefore, the consoling words have to be followed by action!
Based on this thought, Mellowjet-Records started the project "Electronic Music FOR LIFE" shortly after the catastrophe. The idea was to release a compilation and to donate the complete revenue to a charitable organisation. The response and readiness of the addressed artists to support this project was overwhelming. So, INTERDISC agreed to sponsor the first release of a double-cd-production. Even more artists joint the project.
The Eroc Mastering Ranch offered a free audio mastering. Company Rebeat offered the free digital marketing and added a special sponsoring package. A survey among the participating artists confirmed, that the revenue should be donated to the Deutsches Rotes Kreuz (DRK). Due to this remarkable development the DRK was convinced to support this project by allocating their logo. Within a few weeks only, Mellowjet-Records was able to compile and produce an excellent, 150 minutes long double-cd which involves all faces
of contemporary electronic music. Most of the 27 songs from 27 different bands and musicians have been composed exclusively for this project.
Only to mention some: Robert Schroeder, Eroc, Bernd Kistenmacher, Rolf Maier Bode, Harald Grosskopf, Mythos, Matthias Beine, Wellenfeld, Dithmar, moonbooter, Uwe Reckzeh, Spyra and many, many more. Besides dreamy sequences of Berlin School, powerful chorals, piano-ballades, orchestral works and danceable electronic music this double-cd offers as well experimental pieces, synthiepop, spacerock, chillout and ambient
music. Thus, this album should be part of every collection!
All artists as well as the label waive their share of profits. The whole revenue from sales of the double-cd and downloads will be donated to a project of the Deutsches Rotes Kreuz and will support the people in Japan directly.
Please support the victims in Japan by buying this album. Even if the world tends to forget quickly: the misery will remain in the everyday life of the people in Japan for a very long time.
Thank you very much!

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