Boris Blank: Resonance

Boris Blank: Resonance

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Boris Blank

As a member of the Swiss cult band Yello, Boris Blank has been shaping the development of electronic music for over four decades. Even as an established solo artist, the sound visionary has anchored his unmistakable DNA in global pop culture, which is still quoted by current acts today.

With “Resonance”, Boris Blank is now releasing his third studio album, on which he defies the laws of space and time with a weightless fusion of ambient, trance and electro! The twelve tracks on “Resonance” were originally commissioned for the FORTYSEVEN thermal spa near Zurich, designed by Swiss star architect Mario Botta.

Stefan Bock and Stefan Zaradić from IAN Records used the “Spatial Sound Wave” system developed by the internationally renowned Fraunhofer Institute to create an elaborately staged 3D soundscape with meditative sounds for wellness and relaxation.

A completely new challenge for the notorious sound researcher, who ventures into previously undiscovered worlds of sound on his new album.

“I’ve always had a great affinity for wide, open spaces such as factory halls, underground car parks or even the mountains – and for the acoustic resonance that these spaces create,” says Boris Blank about the inspiration for “Resonance”. “Every room has its own unique vibrations. I am fascinated by entering these spheres and making them tangible with the help of music. The bigger, the more interesting. My aim this time was to make the spaces as large and wide as possible.”

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  • 2.0 LPCM 24bit/48kHz
  • Dolby Atmos 24bit/48kHz
Comments (2)

Comment by Paul Hannah - March 10, 2024 (1 of 2)

Damn hard to get a copy.............but recommend up to Boris prior standers a must Yello fans

Comment by Shane Jack - March 15, 2024 (2 of 2)

Excellent Atmos release, more ambient than a lot of Yello releases. I purchased direct from the label, Ian Records, for reasonable price for a Blu-ray audio Atmos release although it did go out of stock soon after purchasing (although some have indicated it might be back in stock) - in short if you listen to it on streaming and like it, might be best to grab a physical copy while they are available.