Wouden, Rene van der REWO

Born in 1972, Reeuwijk Netherlands. Very musical background, started to play the piano at the age of 8. Became interested in electronic instruments soon afterwards. First electronic instrument was the EMINENT organ, second instrument a few years later was the Korg Poly 800. 
Wouden, Rene van der REWO
Rene van der Wouden - Alchemia

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2006

This CD of Dutch electronic artist René van der Wouden is called: “Alchemia” and is the official follow-up of "Pro Sequentia" CD of the year before.
60 minutes of retro-based music with sequencers, mellotron-sounds and melodies in the style of the grandmasters of EM during 1976-1985 added with some new elements as well.
Since more than 2000 years Alchemists all over the world have spent all their time, effort and mostly themselves to the great Goddess of Alchemia. She demanded from them a lot, but gave more in return to those who had the courage and the talent to become one of her elected sons.
In their search to wisdom, spiritualization and the eternal life, the Alchemists stepped across the borders of all conventions, natural sciences, religion and reason. Although they never may have changed the base metals into silver or gold and they never acquired immortality, human chemistry saw its light in their laboratory. And when Surrealism was borrowed from their way of life and world of arts, the main goal of the Alchemists has always been to shine on that, to what all people may searching for, the Self of the Human Spirit. As Carl Young said: "Heaven has become an empty space to mankind".
May the heavens of the Alchemists be the opposite to that. Through the true glass of alchemy, far across the heavens, strengthened with golden dreams of silver elements, the Alchemists, while the Self already gone to earth thru the books of minerals, will help you to explore your very own imagination.

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Rene van der Wouden - Astromen

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2020

This album is part of a trilogy of the Stargazing series. The first album "Stargazer" was released in 2015. The second part is "Return to the Stargaze". This is part 3.
The musical style is: Berlin School kind of sequencing with those typical Tangerine Dream's Mellotrons combined with 70-ties space music, a bit of progrock and some Klaus Schulze inspirations.
Equipment used: Moog Voyager, Arturia Matrixbrute, Sequential Circuits Prophet REV2, Korg Proloque, Behringer K2, Clavia Nordlead 2X, Roland Fantom G8, Korg M3, Yamaha Motif XS6, Arturia MicroFreak and Kurzweil PC3LE6.
Software: Logic Pro X, Waves, Arturia EFX

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Rene van der Wouden - Cloud Atlas: Altostratus / Cirrostratus

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2007

This music is a tribute to the different kind of clouds. Some more slower pieces, but still with nice sequencing, hymn like melodies and nice tunes, that fit perfectly to the theme. A double CD that lifts you up.

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Rene van der Wouden - Electronic Improvisations on Shimmer Winter Days

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2021

These recordings are live improvised sets where all music and sounds are played "live" in real time with no MIDI sequencing or any other pre-computed manipulating activities.
In other words, like grandmasters as Klaus Schulze, push the red button of the tape-recorder, concentrate and focus, and go.
90% of the instruments and sounds are analogue. Used equipment:
Arturia Beatstep Pro and MatrixBrute Sequencers, Sequential Prophet REV2, Korg Monologue, Moog Minimoog Voyager, ARP Odyssey, Behringer K2, Arturia MikroFreak, Kurzweil V.A.S.T. & Boss GT-Pro

 

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Rene van der Wouden - EP Combi

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2015

In 2008 REWO Music released the EP "Musique Concrete". These songs were written during the same period as those of Universal Quiet. However, these songs are more experimental and therefore released as an EP.
In 2012 REWO Music released another EP called "Pictures of an Indian Summer". These 30 minutes are a short analogue soundtrip accompanied by a Korg Wavestation and an Access Virus KB.
Now because of the 10th Anniversary of Rene van der Wouden releasing music, these 2 EPs are combined on one album especially printed on aluminium CDr.
Track 7 is bonus track, previously unreleased.

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Rene van der Wouden - Fixus Naturalis

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2010

The music of this album was recorded right after the Numerus Fixus album. The main style of the music is ambient and space recorded in a "Waiting for Cousteau" manner.

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Rene van der Wouden - Kaleidoscopic Surrealism

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2007

This CD from 2007 features 68 minutes of pleasant electronic music.
Airy electronic textures are punctuated by denser (but still soothing) synthetic embellishments that establish a infectious mood of serene introspection. The ambience becomes tinged with livelier melodies that retain a gentility even when snappy e-perc enters the mix. These shimmering tonalities generate a lavish and expansive panorama of relaxing disposition. This foundation frequently hosts meticulously twinkling keyboard passages which serve to vivify the harmonic flow with engaging melodies.
While the majority of this tuneage is mild and pleasant, an undercurrent of restrained intensity surfaces periodically, as bass tones possessing an orchestral flair evoke a heavier-than-air atmospheric layer that floats amid the overall serenity. There are also instances when the tunes move beyond their tranquillity and adopt an inspired edge of puissance.
A few tracks features percussion, functioning as injections of strident pep to the music’s pacific temperament.
The compositions are crystalline and delicate. Unlike most ambient releases, this music is rich with bewitching melodies of suitable complexity. These melodies are compelling without being unduly distracting. Their appeal lies in their beatific gentle nature, but they exhibit a tasty sprightliness.

 

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Rene van der Wouden - Kaleidoscopic Surrealism + Other Colors

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2007 /
2010

Kaleidoscopic Surrealism was originally released as a compilation album with tracks recorded in 2000 and 2003. During this period a lot music has been recorded on a Fostex 8-track analogue recorder. In 2009 several tracks were added all recorded in 2007 and 2008.
On this album you will hear all types of electronic music from Ambient to Berlin School. All music was recorded and produced by Rene van der Wouden.
Lots of instruments were used during the recordings like:
Prophet 600, Oberheim Matrix 6, Moog Prodigy, Studio Electronics SE1x analogue synthesizer, Yamaha DX7, Yamaha SY77, Roland D50, Korg Wavestation EX, MacBeth M3x, Korg Trinity, Akai AX80 and various VST synths.

The first CD from 2007 features 68 minutes of pleasant electronic music.
Airy electronic textures are punctuated by denser (but still soothing) synthetic embellishments that establish a infectious mood of serene introspection. The ambience becomes tinged with livelier melodies that retain a gentility even when snappy e-perc enters the mix. These shimmering tonalities generate a lavish and expansive panorama of relaxing disposition. This foundation frequently hosts meticulously twinkling keyboard passages which serve to vivify the harmonic flow with engaging melodies.
While the majority of this tuneage is mild and pleasant, an undercurrent of restrained intensity surfaces periodically, as bass tones possessing an orchestral flair evoke a heavier-than-air atmospheric layer that floats amid the overall serenity. There are also instances when the tunes move beyond their tranquillity and adopt an inspired edge of puissance.
A few tracks features percussion, functioning as injections of strident pep to the music’s pacific temperament.
The compositions are crystalline and delicate. Unlike most ambient releases, this music is rich with bewitching melodies of suitable complexity. These melodies are compelling without being unduly distracting. Their appeal lies in their beatific gentle nature, but they exhibit a tasty sprightliness.

 

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Rene van der Wouden - Luftraum

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2021

LuftRaum is German for Airspace and is the portion of the atmosphere controlled by a country above its territory, including its territorial waters or, more generally, any specific three-dimensional portion of the atmosphere.
Now translated in EM. Just listen.

 

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Rene van der Wouden - Numerus Fixus

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2009

Numerus Fixus = Latin and means in English: Limited Places.
As we see the world as it is now today with more than 6 billion people I ask myself at times: can we keep on living our lives with less land, less water, less healthy air and fewer new resources with an ever growing worldly population? One of the predictions is that complex, interlinked ecosystems - (rain)forests, reefs, lakes, rivers, oceans and their food webs could collapse within a couple of decades from now if we continue like this. This album is dedicated to those interlinked ecosystems on which we are using every day and becoming more limited in period of time.
The music takes us somewhere between Ron Boots, Klaus Schulzes Mirage, Space and Jarre.
But also more nice melodies come up with gentle rhythms.

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Rene van der Wouden - Panorama

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2010

The first complete ambient album of Rene van der Wouden, Dutch electronic music composer and producer. 4 tracks composed and produced by Rene van der Wouden from September 2008 to November 2010. Mixed November 2010 at the Miniminus Studio, The Netherlands.

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Rene van der Wouden - Pro Sequentia

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2005

With this album, René delivers some very pleasant music whose main characteristic is freshness. This cd has a cheerful tone to it that makes it a worthy acquisition for all EM lovers who don’t want to only listen to ominous landscapes and menacing drones. There are some thoughtful moments as well, of course, but always with a certain lightness that makes for a listen as nice as a walk in the park on a bright morning.
And part five is just beautiful. Listen to it while sitting on your porch and looking at the meadows (or imagining to), and catch a breath of fresh air.

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Rene van der Wouden - Recreation

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2004/ 2007

The idea of releasing this work lies in the fact that Rene really enjoyed recording this music and it would be a pity not to do anything with it. The music is in the style of Pro Sequentia. It's not retro, it's not dance or trance or meditative music, it's a mixture of all these elements with the presence of melody and rhythm and the Grandmasters of EM in mind. The only meaning of music to Rene is to relax and overall to recreate in a way the listener likes.

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Rene van der Wouden - Return to the Stargaze

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2020

This album is part of a trilogy of the Stargazing series. The first album "Stargazer" was released in 2015. This is part 2.The musical style is: Berlin School kind of sequencing with those typical Tangerine Dream's Roland Synth Horns combined with 70-ties space music and Klaus Schulze inspirations. All music composed and produced by René van der Wouden, Autumn 2020 Netherlands.Equipment used: Moog Voyager, Arturia Matrixbrute, Sequential Circuits Prophet REV2, Korg Proloque, Behringer K2, Clavia Nordlead 2X, Roland Fantom G8, Korg M3, Yamaha Motif XS6, Arturia MicroFreak and Kurzweil PC3LE6.Software: Logic Pro X, Waves, Arturia EFX.

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Rene van der Wouden - Sequential Tourism

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2008

Within time, René Van Der Wouden succeeds to create his own sound universe. A world of EM where Berlin School goes alongside the charming elements of a French EM groundworked by pioneers such as Space Art, Jean Michel Jarre, Frédéric Mercier and Thierry Fervant. Synths to romantic, nostalgic and solitary tints which sing towards a nostalgic mist so faithful French repertory cinema. Sequential Tourism is the ideal analogy of this symbiosis so perfectly molded by the Dutch musician.

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Rene van der Wouden - Soledad + Other Dreams

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2007 / 2009 / 2011
We hear long flowing ambientpassages with a slight heavenly touch. Long tracks make you dreaming.

This was first released back in 2007 as download and not it is released official as CDR.


 

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Rene van der Wouden - Stargazer

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2015

Nice sequencertracks with a lot of Klaus Schulze "X" and Timewind influences.
Instrumentation: Moog Minimoog Voyager, Moog LPII, Moog Subphatty, Dave Smith Mopho Keyboard, Dave Smith Evolver Keyboard, Arturia MiniBrute, Korg Wavestation EX, Korg Triton, Yahama DX7, Korg DW8000, Kurzweil K2500 and Access Virus B.

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Rene van der Wouden - Universal Quiet

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2008

In Silence begins with thick synthetic pads and great effects. Some lovely analog timbres are used together with more ordinary digital atmospherics. A square-wave sequence appears, gaining in intensity and momentum. A steady groove develops as the Mellotron choir casts its spell. Subtle bell sounds can be heard in what sounds like a very Schulzian finale.
Pin Drop begins with strange effects creating an eerie atmosphere. Dark pads bring in even more uneasiness. Very soon great analogue effects herald the coming of a growling sequencer line. Excellent minimalistic lead melody can be heard. This is some quality EM. The sequences are steady and yet floating and enjoyable. Lovely Mellotron choir adds to the picture, as well as some thick analogue fx. Be Quiet begins with synth atmospheres, lots of effects and a background melody. It's all rather pastoral and restrained at this point. An extremely bright and crisp sequence comes, as the track gets brighter, too. A percussive rhythm starts, as Mellotron string ensemble plays an uplifting melody. On the other hand, Go Quiet surprises with a very upbeat sequence and smooth synth pads. It has something of a Gert Emmens feel to it. This does not only relate to the sounds themselves, but also the arrangements, the melodies and the structure of the piece. If you like Gert's style, you owe it to yourself to check this track out. This melancholic composition finishes with a lot of bubbling analogue effects.The final track, titled Get Quieter, begins with sustained Mellotron choirs, some effects and a somewhat plodding sequence. The atmosphere at this point is very Schulze-like circa X. The tron choirs leave and a reedy lead line is introduced, again reminding on Gert Emmens' style of emotional and a bit melancholic floating EM. Universal Quiet is a relaxing Electronic Music album for those reflective moments, or moments of unexpected sadness. More Eindhoven School than Berlin School, it's brimming with simple but effective sequences, crystalline atmospheres, restrained melodies and warm effects.

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Rene van der Wouden - Zeppelins! There they go

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 201
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This is his most Berlin School type of electronic music album up to now. This music is inspired by the great electronic music albums made from 1974 to 1984.
A lot of Berlin School sequences can be heard along with melodic tunes like TD 1975.
All tracks composed, arranged, played and produced by Rene van der Wouden from November 2010 to July 2011.

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Rewo - BauRaum

Artist: Rene van der Wouden
P: 2015

This is an improvised multitrack recorded album. I recorded the tracks without MIDI or sampling by using the computer as a multitrack recording device.
Instrumentation: Moog Voyager, Moog Subphatty, DSI Mopho Keys, DSI Evolver Keys, Arturia MiniBrute, Arturia MicroBrute, Novation Bass Station II, Korg MS20, M-Tron and Korg Oasys,

 

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