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LOCATION:Portland, Oregon, USA
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  • Daryl Groetsch

A classically trained musician, Pulse Emitter (the project of Daryl Groetsch) began experimenting with electronic music in the late 1990’s, just before moving to Portland, Oregon. Groetsch went from building his modular synthesizer and creating noisy dronescapes to incorporating melodic, sequencer driven arrangements with layered vintage synthesizers, to implementing acoustic world instruments and software synthesis. These shifts in process and instrumentation are emblematic of Pulse Emitter’s progression as a project, discovering new ways to develop expansive tapestries of sound.

Pulse Emitter has released albums on acclaimed labels such as Immune, Beer On The Rug, Constellation Tatsu, Aguirre, Root Strata, NNA, and Ultra Eczema, and has toured dates and festivals in Europe and North America. Music critic David Keenan has said, “No one is making synth music that feels so organic, so rapturous and so ‘in tune’ with the contours of outer and inner space as Groetsch.” 

You may use these songs non-commercially in your film projects, etc. but please give credit to Pulse Emitter (and let me know so I can see your work!). Also if you are making a low-budget film for which you probably will not break even, I'm likely OK with you using my music, but get in touch. For commercial use I'm very flexible. I also should say that most of the music at my Bandcamp page is also available, just ask.

One last thing, I digitally distribute my music here on FMA through other platforms, so when these songs are used on YouTube they are identified as "Includes copyrighted content", so an advertisement will likely be added automatically to the video. Sorry about this...


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UPLOADED:09/15/2015
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