This is a different experience! It's very concrete and figurative, and in some cases almost natural, but then always with a twist turning it into something enigmatic rather than just the plain sounds alone. Exhibition music can be difficult to describe because they really need to be presented and experienced in their original context. The key to understand the exhibition music presented here lies in the order of sounds and their combinations in layers, and alterations through time. It makes the listener coming closer to the sounds, to investigate in their meanings and roles within the given frames. It's like being a sound detective.
'Music for Film and Exhibition 3' is, as the name suggests, the third album with film and exhibition music by Peter Andersson. It contains music for various exhibitions from 2011 to 2013 and also some recently found early sketches for the 'Tulpa' soundtrack, which was released in their full and final versions on the 'Music for Film and Exhibition I'. Technically 'Music for Film and Exhibition 3' is the first album by Peter Andersson which is mastered according to the so called K-14 standard. The K-14 system will ensure that the highest dynamical range will be preserved in the music. It will benefit the listener because the music will simply sound much greater than a hot or over-compressed album. All one need to do is to give an extra push one the amplifier volume control to match the loudness of a hot mastered album.
1 Epoch 1 (The Obsolete Age) 4:10
2 Epoch 2 (The Interlinking Age) 4:06
3 Epoch 3 (The Modern Age) 4:44
4 Yang-Tul (Early Sketch) 2:58
5 Yang-Tul Unveiled (Early Sketch) 5:13
6 Firedance (Early Sketch) 1:46
7 Sickness Report 10:42
8 Laboratory 0:48
9 Starlight 4:09
10 The Nonflying Machine 1:15
11 To The Sea 5:12
12 Crisis Hits Home 11:00
13 Behind Enemy Lines 2:14
14 Lost In The Woods 16:39