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This is kind of the opposite of Wyndham Earle's synthy horror thread. Tonight I have been playing Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld by The Orb, which remains as pretty, funny, careless and evocative as the first day I heard it. Afterwards I put on Chill Out by the KLF, and then....nothing. Stumped. What else should I own in this vein? These are pretty, um, 'canonical' after all.

Oh - this vein = ambient records that are sentimental, that you can go to sleep to or get lost in, but that are paradoxically full of charming individual moments. Lots of great samples would be a plus, ha!

I do have a bit of other ambient - mostly not on CD which is one reason I can't put it on - but I'm not going to start listing the CDs I rejected cos it might limit your choices.

Tom, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

There's a young man by the name of Richard James who I hear is quite promising.

Moving beyond the 'duh, Eno' factor -- Lull and Thomas Koner are both very good if not exactly merry.

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Actually I will start talking about the CDs I rejected - no isolationism or dark ambient or drone stuff, please, not cos its bad but cos I have enough and am rarely in the mood to get more. (Sorry Ned!).

Tom, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

I happen to quite like Zeit and Phaedra by Tangerine Dream, but I may be alone on that.

Melissa W, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

certain tracks by Lexaunculpt. "Keep Drowning Chum" is a first class train to ambiantville.

chippy, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Sorry Ned!

WELL. Hm...weird as it may sound, you could almost call His Name is Alive's second album ambient. Then again, there's always Vangelis.

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

mike ink/wolfgang voigt "gas" project is very nice .Zauberberg,Oktember & Köenigsforst in particular. Pop gets the 4 1/2star rating on amg,but i thought it was the weaker of his five releases under this name.

william, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Labradford - _E Luxo So_

Dan Perry, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

I'm actually particularly interested in records that *do* the kind of things I'm talking about but which you wouldn't call ambient.

Tom, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

yah yah, lexaunculpt man, lexaunculpt.

chaki, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Labradford - _E Luxo So_

Ah, bless you, Dan, of course. Mi Media Naranja also does the business, as does a fair amount of Stars of the Lid.

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

you can't beat chill out, although klf did space as well, which comes fairly close. i like to get mellow to isan. (not as many samples, but plenty of beeps)

dbini, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Robert Leiner - visions of the past, is a sublime ambient album Robert Leiner - Bio - it has depth, variety of tempos and is definately one of the finest electronic albums of the 90s.

DJ Martian, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Great call on 'Mi Media Naranja.' Also, maybe 'Zuckerzeit' by Cluster? Very pretty stuff... Also 'Cluster and Eno' perhaps.

Clarke B., Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Yeah, those two Labradford albums are perfect for this. Although there's a point in E Luxo So - no idea what track, the piano- led one - where it suddenly sounds like a drumkit falls down a flight of stairs.

Aix Em Klemm, p'rhaps? (Is this a collaboration between someone from Labradford and someone from Stars of the Lid or did I dream that?) Less drone-y/more interesting than SOTL.

clive, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Just picked up something you may find suitable: Motorlab #3 features Barry Adamson and Pan Sonic composing for a choir + electronics, and there is one piece by them, and then the same piece "remixed" by Hafler Trio. Listened once, and it sounds great.

I'll also second Melissa's recommendation for Tangerine Dream's Phaedra.

Sean Carruthers, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

I'm just gonna guess Cocteau Twin's "Victorialand" is one of the ones you rejected. Otherwise..

  • Gavin Bryars "The Sinking of the Titanic" (granted, it's quite Enoistic)
  • Hochenkeit "omu4h 4aholab/400 Boys" (though it's more on the dreamy eastern sounding krautrock tip)

I could go into a whole realm of spacey, weird ambience a la Hash Jar Tempo, Bugskull, and more.. but I'm reluctant in fear of effigies of me stamped "ROCKIST" being burned.

Brian MacDonald, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

What rockist answers! ;-) (Admin: please note wink).

Tom, try: Ultramarine's Every Man & Woman Is A Star, if you haven't already. Also obviously: The Beloved's "The Sun Rising".

For blissful undulating ambience, there's Global Communication's 76 14 and Dettinger's Intershop. I'm currently listening to Miss Dinky's Melodias Venenosas which is quite charming rippling-but-dinky ambient synth pieces, but I'm not quite sure if I'd recommend it unreservedly yet.

As for the spacy wacky samples... that's trickier. Arguably this tendency in Orb and KLF is more a nod towards the contemporary Acid House/DJ Records boom rather than something that is inherent to much ambient. So I could see, say, early 808 State fitting the bill, but they were only ambient in fits and bursts ("Sunrise" is great though).

Tim, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

i told you this already tom, but kompakt all the way. the two pop ambient collections and in moll by that markus somebody i mentioned earlier that i'm too lazy to dig the record out now.

jess, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

three cheers for Gas - Pop! its such a chill album. def. one of my favorites to fall alseep to.

Brock K, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

melissa is right on with the TD suggestion. This is an unoriginal choice I'm making here, but the album I keep coming back to is Selected Ambient Works v.2, aphex twin. of course selected ambient works 85-92 isn't too bad either......

patrick, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Sweet Trip Halica, part of Darla's Bliss-Out series. Unlike others in the series, it's a full-length. And come to think of it, I should dash over to that wordless vocal thread, cause Halica has them and they're absolutely divine.

Curt, Thursday, 24 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Tetsuo Inoue - World Receiver

Tracer Hand, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Cluster - Sowieso and that Rhythm & Sound compilation, if you don't get lost in that last 15 minute track your name might as well be Theseus. ;)

Omar, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Tang. Dream solo albums! - Klaus Schultze 'Trancefer' is a good one

michael, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Tom's making it tough here. Ambient but not ambient. But we all love a challenge..;-) It seems like you're looking for something light, fun, pleasant but not too new agey. This rules out all Gas 'cept for Pop, which only gets dark at the end (and which you really should hear.) Thinking about this meade me realize how much ambient stuff I listen to has a darker flavor. Anyway, a few off the top of my head:

Susumu Yokota - Sakura or Grinning Cat (definitely fits in w/ your request for something "sentimental", and I think you'll like the variety.)
Mouse on Mars - Vulvaland
Oval - 94diskont ("Do While" seems like it could be what you're looking for)

Mark, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Luomo, Vocalcity

M. Matos, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Luomo, Vocalcity

I need to hear this.

Mark, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Well the original question is a bit tougher than I thought it might be. Cos as I was saying to Jess last night, Chill Out is seen as this great seminal record but in fact almost nothing sounds much like it.

Tom, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

maybe what we need to look into then are actual field recordings...i think i have my research project for the rest of the day.

jess, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

I've never heard Chill Out (something I've been looking for used for years...all I ever find is many copies of White Room.) What's it sound like?

Mark, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

tom and i sort of both happened upon the field recording aspect at the same time, and it really does. conceived (although it's really to lazy to be conceptual, although everything they did was conceptual) as a "travelogue" it's sort of like an extra horizontal, americana version of "the orb's adventures beyond the ultraworld" replacing the cosmic-ness with unmanipulated samples of elvis songs, etc. it's pretty damn unique.

jess, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

really too lazy, of course.

jess, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

It's basically meant to be a drive at night across some part of America (might be an imaginary America), drifting in and out of consciousness with the radio on. There's a great bit where it goes into a bit of Last Train To Transcentral, giving the impression that the whole album is a dream one of the other KLF records is having.

Tom, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

I read some article about it, possibly written by someone here, I'm not sure and it sounded like the best album ever. I will have it.

Ronan, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

How timely, just bought Chill Out this week, it miraculously escaped purchase through the years. Anyways, it is pretty unique. The thing I found a bit touching was how positive it sounded. It really feels naive in that "Acieed Culture is going to change things" sorta way.

Omar, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

That's what I like about it too Omar and kind of the point of this thread. It's such a cop-out making 'dark' records, don't you think?

Tom, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

It's such a cop-out making 'dark' records, don't you think?

a cop out only in that it's easier than making some positive. but come on tom, you gotta agree dance tends to get good when it goes a little dark. not all the time, but...

jess, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

I'm just following my whim of the day. I'd try being a candy raver but I don't really have the waistline.

I do think certainly in the field of 'ambience' you find 'darkness' getting a little overdone - this is surely down to the subconscious need to differentiate it from new age heh.

Tom, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Obviously Boards of Canada Tom, though I know you don't like them. In the AMG they are filed under ambient techno whereas the Orb and KLF are filed under ambient house but who cares. "Everything You Do Is a Balloon" is a wonderful piece of music to doze and dream to. One of the few tracks I know I'd like to put on repeat and fall asleep to. I have not yet listened to the whole of "Music Has the Right to Children", but what I have heard was good. The difference between BoC and the Orb is definitely that the Orb's music is more trance-like whereas BoC is warmer (the stuff I have listened to at least is). There are lots of samples in BoC's music. Maybe "Geogadii", the new one to come out soon is for you Tom.

alex in mainhattan, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

It's such a cop-out making 'dark' records, don't you think?

Maybe. The thing that always struck me in regards Eno's On Land is how dark it sounds, whereas I was expecting something more light/happy since these were supposed to be memories of childhood places. It probably is, as Jess says, harder to make something positive (just can come up with some of these Boards of Canada minatures like 'Olson' as an example, arguably some tracks on SAW 85- 92).

Omar, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

I think it’s the combination of "positive" and "good" ambient music that makes it tough. Think of how many soothing new age records are floating around (I am fascinated by the ambient/new age connection, & how the borders are much more porous than experimental electronic producers would like you to believe. There's a good article in there somewhere.)

Mark, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

bernhardt gunther is great in an uneasy not quite sure what emotional message is being conveyed. i like the later stuff better where it's more tonal and the sounds are actually sourced from instruments. beatless - it should be borne in mind, but kinda like what i expected morton feldman to sound like before i heard his stuff. ie traces of classical rhetoric are GONE. crossing the river(night music); time, dreaming itself ; and brown on blue (or vice versa - cannae remember) (for mark rothko) are super special nothingness - recommended by me (dubious?)

bob snoom, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Markus Guentner, Jess. And yes, it's fantastic.

Maybe "Bola- Soup"?

Todd Burns, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

I think 'Orbvs Terrarvm' is underrated.

Mind Taker, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Modulations and Transformations 4 on Mille Plateaux is my favorite one of all their overblown comps. Ambient but with lots of surprises.

David Toop's Screen Ceremonies is good for when you want to feel like you're watching a sadistic ritual involving monkeys in the rainforest.

Also like Lamonte Young's Well-Tuned Piano and Morton Feldman's For Samuel Beckett lately, they're kind of ambient...

Miles Davis, He Loved Him Madly.

I always thought Systemische was Oval's best album. 94 Diskont is almost all one track, and it's kind of boring after a while.

Just the very words Chill Out bring on flashbacks...

Ben Williams, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

PS Blissful ambient got old real fast, believe me.

Ben Williams, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

I can't imagine "World Receiver" being made without "Chillout" as an example. Music and field recordings together like transparencies. But if "Chill Out" is a drive across America, "World Receiver" is a train under the sea, running from freight depots in Sweden to caves under the Brazilian jungle, to a dirty bit of sidewalk in Hong Kong, and you're sort of deliberately letting your attention wander from thing to thing. Get it Tom.

Inoue's also written a piece called "Waterloo Station" that supposedly interpreted architectural drawings of the station as musick?? Has anyone heard this?

Tracer hand, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

I like Inoue's work with Atom Heart, esp. Datacide's Flowerhead, better than any of his solo stuff that I've heard. Flowerhead is just gorgeous, especially at low volume levels -- though there's a ton of stuff going on that you can only fully hear when you turn it up, it still feels full and intriguing at quiet volume. A very rich album -- when I first got it, I think I listened to it almost every night for about 2-3 months, without getting tired of it at all.

Phil, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Somebody's already mentioned it, but Victorialand by the Cocteau Twins has got to be one of the all time great "ambient" albums. I would also recommend "Strange Cargo III" by William Orbit and "Journey into Sacchinanada" by Alice Coltrane (although this gets a bit frenetic in parts).

justin case, Friday, 25 January 2002 01:00 (twenty years ago) link

Andrew Poppy - The Object is a Hungry Wolf

same

flopson, Wednesday, 30 March 2022 05:42 (one month ago) link

there was a track that played right before ‘mario’s cafe’ by st etienne that i couldn’t find on shazam and also google couldn’t find the lyrics which were something like “out of the blue our universal heartbeat”

flopson, Wednesday, 30 March 2022 05:44 (one month ago) link

Non GIGA related, but I think this was my favourite track of last year. Quietly radiant lowercase ambient.

https://homenormal.bandcamp.com/track/textural

droid, Thursday, 31 March 2022 14:07 (one month ago) link

Hi there droid.

feed me with your clicks (Noel Emits), Thursday, 31 March 2022 16:08 (one month ago) link

Noel! Long time no see. How are you doing?

droid, Thursday, 31 March 2022 16:33 (one month ago) link

I'm obsessed with st giga. there's a moment around 36 mins into "ambient of forest - A" where some music starts coming in, after ~10 mins of running water/birdsong and it's beautiful

im zelenky (||||||||), Friday, 1 April 2022 10:50 (one month ago) link

Listening to Mario's Cafe and realising, almost 30 years late, that Sarah's not singing 'Tuesday morning tennis' 😳 xps

groovypanda, Saturday, 2 April 2022 12:09 (one month ago) link

Is it worth a dedicated thread for St Giga to stop derailing this one?

As like others, I think I'll be listening to these for a long time to come. Currently loving Angel Stream with its mix of Moodswings, Irresistible Force and *checks Shazam* Saeko Suzuki

groovypanda, Wednesday, 6 April 2022 13:17 (one month ago) link

Sure, as the one who delivered this derail, I can make a new thread.

OneSecondBefore, Wednesday, 6 April 2022 13:45 (one month ago) link

I've stood dumbfounded at the gates of the great choppy maze that is Chihei Hatakeyama's discography too many times but I somehow stumbled into his Heavy Snow record from 2015 and yep, that was the most profound afternoon's snooze I've had in way too long. If you like yer ambient to transport you in the safety of some warm amniotic balloon, this is just the thing.

https://chiheihatakeyama.bandcamp.com/album/heavy-snow

Vanishing Point (Chinaski), Monday, 11 April 2022 22:08 (one month ago) link

ooh thanks, the only one I know is Minima Moralia but I love it

thinkmanship (sleeve), Monday, 11 April 2022 22:46 (one month ago) link

I’ve tried to keep up with Chihei but gave up a couple years ago. He definitely does have moments of profundity hidden in the avalanche of releases, if you have the patience to look.

sctttnnnt (pgwp), Tuesday, 12 April 2022 15:21 (one month ago) link

I like his album mirror

brimstead, Tuesday, 12 April 2022 18:59 (one month ago) link

His collaborations with Federico Durand ‎- Magical Imaginary Child and Sora are both excellent.

droid, Wednesday, 13 April 2022 14:03 (one month ago) link

wow. beautiful article.
the end is like an excerpt of my life with the Laraaji clip and account off the women's collective
just a day in the life! lol

Swen, Friday, 15 April 2022 04:16 (one month ago) link

Sora - re.sort

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mPJ2xnhqPM

I remember when this came out it was considered such an underappreciated classic. I tried searching for reviews and it appears most of them are just not on the internet anymore (its not the easiest album to search for). This is appropriate because the album itself feels like an artifact from a future that never happened - it blends glitch, ambient, and jazz (probably in that order) to create a very "ahead of its time" sound which actually seems quite dated now, because Daft Punk won instead of Four Tet. Regardless the music is beautiful and often capital-S Stunning, especially the final track

frogbs, Wednesday, 20 April 2022 04:13 (four weeks ago) link

Ooh, I was not familiar with that Sora record, and it is right up my alley. Love this kind of playful, pretty glitch music.

OneSecondBefore, Wednesday, 20 April 2022 04:43 (four weeks ago) link

also fascinating because the person who made it does not appear to have done anything else, in fact I can find virtually no information about him whatsoever. I guess he did a few remixes here and there.

frogbs, Wednesday, 20 April 2022 13:21 (four weeks ago) link

Sora is new to me too. This is some of the prettiest, warmest glitch I've ever heard; thanks for the rec, frogbs! The cut-up sampling of acoustic instruments and vocals reminds me of the Books. It sounds less dated to me than a lot of "folktronica" of the era. Also caught a brief sample of Debussy's String Quartet in the first track--whoever made this had a great ear

J. Sam, Wednesday, 20 April 2022 13:43 (four weeks ago) link

mmm, yeah, nice one. looks like I hoarded this record at some point but don't recall ever listening to it... not uncommon haha

one guy in the style who's still carrying the torch (in a mellow, under the radar way) that I go back to here-and-there is miyauchi yuri:
https://miyauchiyuri.bandcamp.com/

and this remix in particular, which I love:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7aGpp8zH1k

(⊙_⊙?) (original bgm), Wednesday, 20 April 2022 15:50 (four weeks ago) link

That Sora album is absolutely My Shit, thank you frogbs

feed me with your chips (zchyrs), Wednesday, 20 April 2022 17:57 (four weeks ago) link

+1 to Sora being great

hrep (H.P), Monday, 25 April 2022 03:19 (three weeks ago) link

it's kind of an odd recommendation, but the "Games of the XXI Olympiad" footage of the 1976 montreal olympics on hbomax.com is an excellent soundtrack to life

Karl Malone, Monday, 25 April 2022 03:29 (three weeks ago) link

yeah thank you for this Sora rec. hopefully this is the start of re.sort getting the recognition it deserves. this is wild and beautiful

gman59, Tuesday, 26 April 2022 22:54 (three weeks ago) link

if you like re.sort, you'd like the following. my personal 2000s glitch/maxMSP sound picks:

pia by takagi masakatsu
frequencylib by stephan mathieu
matters by michael santos
open silence by hosomi
stdio by snd

maelin, Thursday, 28 April 2022 14:22 (two weeks ago) link

Enjoying Grandbrothers' 2021 _All the Unknown_ right now. Missed it last year, checking it out now due to a Mogwai "Organism" remix. Propulsive piano/beats instrumentals.

the body of a spider... (scampering alpaca), Thursday, 28 April 2022 16:04 (two weeks ago) link

Went back and listened to Sawako's 'Hum' again recently and really enjoyed it.

https://sawako.bandcamp.com/album/hum

droid, Friday, 29 April 2022 11:44 (two weeks ago) link

Also enjoying re.sort. This SND album is also class. Didn't realise it was Mark Fell.

Vanishing Point (Chinaski), Friday, 29 April 2022 15:34 (two weeks ago) link

the other two .snd albums on Mille plateaux are fantastic as well.. I love makesnd cassette best. They have a lot of misc 12”s and stuff I haven’t heard.

brimstead, Friday, 29 April 2022 18:50 (two weeks ago) link

big SND fan here as well

thinkmanship (sleeve), Friday, 29 April 2022 19:10 (two weeks ago) link

I've been listening to two ambient podcasts for years. They both offer consistently good, and consistently varied, playlists.

Ultima Thule

Hypnagogue

immodesty blaise (jimbeaux), Friday, 29 April 2022 20:46 (two weeks ago) link

SND are super classic

I'd add aoki takamasa's simply funk and maybe toshimaru nakamura's first no-input mixing board record? (different scene but the end result sounds adjacent to me)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWzc1lY3Z9o

(⊙_⊙?) (original bgm), Friday, 29 April 2022 22:57 (two weeks ago) link

Enjoying this divergence into glitch. Listened to Sora, SND's Stdio and the Aoki Takamasa mentioned above and loved them all.

That early 00s glitch sound is one I've always enjoyed - still pretty hazy on how it's actually made though. People say Max/MSP and I'm none the wiser. I have a copy of Reaktor I've not used for years - maybe I should bust it out and try and make some of this stuff.

bamboohouses, Saturday, 30 April 2022 17:06 (two weeks ago) link

Please don't.

we need outrage! we need dicks!! (the table is the table), Saturday, 30 April 2022 18:55 (two weeks ago) link

(Sorry, I have a personal distaste for this sub-genre, I find it incredibly annoying)

we need outrage! we need dicks!! (the table is the table), Saturday, 30 April 2022 18:56 (two weeks ago) link

yeah I think kid606 used reaktor a lot

brimstead, Saturday, 30 April 2022 18:59 (two weeks ago) link

While we’re on this kick (well, not you table) I wanna point out the brilliance of Sketch Show’s Loophole album. It’s probably more glitch pop than ambient but I think it falls into the same category. Here are my two favorites on the album:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFGV2bYcgys

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbV6NnHdZZo

And yes, the band is 2/3rds of YMO, in case it sounds a bit familiar

frogbs, Saturday, 30 April 2022 19:03 (two weeks ago) link

this one falls in between glitch and ambient I guess, has a very sons of jelinek vibe

https://andrewpekler.bandcamp.com/album/palimpsests

Bongo Jongus, Saturday, 30 April 2022 19:47 (two weeks ago) link

sora is stunning thank you

Swen, Saturday, 30 April 2022 19:57 (two weeks ago) link

I really love the Andrew Pekler album that was on Kranky a few years back. Very Harmonia-esque

sctttnnnt (pgwp), Sunday, 1 May 2022 03:39 (two weeks ago) link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npZu883f6Qs

Xii, Monday, 2 May 2022 16:12 (two weeks ago) link

New collaboration between Mary Lattimore & Paul Sukeena. First 2 tunes great. https://threelobed.bandcamp.com/album/west-kensington

that's not my post, Saturday, 14 May 2022 04:03 (four days ago) link

question about bandcamp - how do you guys play through non-pc speakers? I don't know why this is so mystifying to me as someone who isn't bad with tech - dumb that SONOS doesn't just function a a bluetooth speaker? am I missing something?

Swen, Monday, 16 May 2022 16:06 (two days ago) link

What are you playing from?

brisk money (lukas), Monday, 16 May 2022 17:03 (two days ago) link

your computer can cast audio via bluetooth, or you can run a cable from the line out on your computer to an amp/receiver, specifics depend on what outputs your computer has and what inputs your amp/receiver has.

Jaime Pressly and America (f. hazel), Monday, 16 May 2022 18:04 (two days ago) link

oh yeah forgot i have my mini amp.
xp could use either my phone or laptop to play - will go the phone route next time and keep bluetooth top of mind.

thanks and sincerely,
the 100 year old man who has taken over my body

Swen, Tuesday, 17 May 2022 04:51 (yesterday) link

if you have a Mac I have a cool, overly complicated way you could do it

brisk money (lukas), Tuesday, 17 May 2022 05:24 (yesterday) link

i'm here for it (i do)

Swen, Tuesday, 17 May 2022 06:54 (yesterday) link


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