Syndromeda - ALBUMS
Attack! by Syndromeda Attack!
7 tracks

Running time: 1:06:41
Released: 01/2006

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Syndromeda (anagram of 'The synthesizer syndrome of Andromeda') is the Belgian composer Danny Budts.

Syndromeda`s Album "Attack!" from 2006 is a work full of rythm, hypnotic electronic sounds and fast paced sequences.Partly it reminds to the 80s style but only to take these elements for a fresh sound from today and give it a new frame with some finetuning of powerful synthesizers.

An album just right to go with on the motorway in the night or to celebrate an Elektroparty with a big lightshow.
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Birth of a Black Hole by Syndromeda Birth of a Black Hole
6 tracks

Running time: 1:11:41
Released: 04/1999

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Released 1999, Re-release 2016

A classic "out-of-print" album by Syndromeda available again as a re-release

Composed and performed 1999 by Danny Budts
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Mind trips by Syndromeda Mind trips
5 tracks

Running time: 1:10:17
Released: 01/1997

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Syndromeda (anagram of 'The synthesizer syndrome of Andromeda') is the Belgian composer Danny Budts.

Syndromeda`s Debut Album "Mind TRIPS" from 1997 shows from a very start the typical signature of this Belgian musician, who is a master of warm soundpads, melodic sequences and partly psychedelic synthesizersounds. The man behind Syndromeda, Danny Budts, acts like an art painter who brings landscapes from inner soul outside. Budts does paint with electronic music to do so.
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Syndromeda (anagram of "The synthesizer syndrome of Andromeda ) is the Belgian composer Danny Budts.
In the mid-seventies he discovered EM. His first acquaintance was "Ricochet" of Tangerine Dream. In 1979 he built himself a modular synth, a Formant, and also bought a simple monophonic preset-synth a Roland SH-2000.
Now, more than 30 years later, he has a complete Midi-studio with different synths, samplers, effect-processors, vocoders, mixing & recording equipment, etc, and he feels that he is no longer limited by his instruments to make the music he wants.
His music is strongly inspired by the Teutonic " Berliner Schule ", but Danny is not afraid of using deep atmospheric soundscapes. He tries to combine these 2 musical forms to produce his own sound.

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