From the album Dakhma, three great tracks can be heard on Dark Ambient Radio: The Magi, Tower of Silence, and The Ossuary. The other three tracks are packing material most of the time, consisting mostly of standard drones that are unnerving on casual listening. Maybe there is a level of meditation, I didn't have reached, where it is possilbe to get somethin out of it. Don't know.
Preliminary verdict: This is an exception to the history of great releases by Cryochamber, where I'm used to enjoy albums from the first track to the last. Still, having three good tracks on it, it makes it an abvove-average release. And if you manage to get something from the monotony of nearly mere drone tracks, this might be something for you.
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CrepusculaR 12 Nov : 18:59 Listening the emission, works fine, now playing some Herbst9 . Cool
DarkAmbient 24 Sep : 11:56 For the time being, I carry on with a virtualBoxed Windwos and SamBroadcaster but I wrote a note about your recommendations for the time I finally switch to GNU/Linux.
DarkAmbient 24 Sep : 11:51 @Bebop420 Thanks! IDJC seems interesting. I hope that I have solved the problem though. The USB stick with the media files seems to have a defect. Hope, the external hd does a better job now.
Bebop420 24 Sep : 02:36 Sorry about the multiple messages i don't lnow why that happened. Libretime and AzuraCast were also recommended to me.
Bebop420 24 Sep : 02:34 have you found a broadcasting software in linux that you can use? Never trust wine its too subject to glitch and whimsy. I would recommend Internet DJ Console and Rivendell but RadioTools Airpro intr