10/13/19

New track from Thrv the Black Door 10/13/2019

I think this is the direction that Thrv the Black Door will be pursing as they are working on new material ... inspired by listing to bands like Sunn O))) and Black Tongue.  Very minimal, downtempo doomcore.



9/15/19

Orion2Mars released!

Here's the new album, Orion2Mars, streaming on YouTube and available for download and audio streaming at The Internet Archive. 

Download and streaming options: https://archive.org/details/Orion2Mars Whole Album and Art direct download of ZIPfile: https://archive.org/download/Orion2Mars/DL-Orion2Mars.zip



9/8/19

New album to be released very soon ...

Hi kids,

The next Dave Lanciani album is nearly ready for upload & streaming.  Titled "Orion2Mars", the thematic concept is about the Orion space project, which is NASA's planned missions to go to Mars in the Orion craft that they are developing.



The music is going to be more of my usual spacey synths, rock guitars, bass and drums.  You know. The ushze.  Is that how you spell that? Eh, whatevs.

And after the Orion2Mars album, I'm working on another Thrv the Black Door album ... more heavy, droney doom metal.  I'm working on some new effects for the computerized vocals, so we'll see how that turns out.  Could be interesting, could be horrible.  You tell me.

8/10/19

Audio downloads available for my two new albums 2019

Hi kids,
Yeah, the audio MP3 files (and ogg vorbis, if you like those better) are available for my two latest projects.

First, Red Gnome, the first album of 2019, and released under my own name instead of Dimaension X (just trying something new) is available at the following links:


Red Gnome Download page (with streaming audio and various download options)

Red Gnome Full Album with Art Direct ZIP file download

And my lastest side project, a Drone-Doom-Goth metal named Thrv the Black Door has it's debut album available at the following links:



Thrv the Black Door Download page (with streaming audio and various download options)

Thrv the Black Door Full Album with Art Direct ZIP file download



7/27/19

2 new Projects for the summer!

Two new projects released in June and July of 2019 ...
The first is an album that I decided to release unde my own name instead of Dimaension X.  Just changing things up a bit.  Lemme know if you think it makes a difference - just go to the YouTube video and leave a comment.



The 2nd project is a drone-goth-doom metal album from a band called Thrv the Black Door.  This is a bit experimental, since the vocals are done completely with computer-generated voices.



Check 'em out and leave some comments on the respective YouTube pages.

I'm still working on the official MP3 file uploads, so you can download the audio.  I'll let you know when they're available.

5/31/19

New Music from the new "virtual" studio setup

New music from the new computer / recording studio.  Testing out a new Joyo British Sound pedal as my main "amp" source.

I also decided to just use my own name instead of the Dimaension X band name.  I'm thinking of releasing all new music under my own name.  Hmmmm?




4/12/19

Dimaex Productions to be updated soon

My 4 year-old Lenovo All-In-One computer died.  Yep. Just flat out died. Stopped working. Great.

I've ordered a new computer system, this time avoiding the AIO style setups, and am going back to a standard Tower-with-monitor.  This time around I'm getting an ACER system with 8G speed, 2TB storage, lots of USB inputs, etc. I have to re-install all my various software - Reaper, EZ Drummer, RealEight, Focusrite and Yamaha drivers, Inkscape, Paint.NET, ShotCut and Windows Movie Maker, CDBurn, MP3Tag, ... good gosh that's a lot of software.  Not to mention my various VSTs and Samples that I use to make music.

This weekend my plan is to clean up my existing studio area and get it ready for when the new system comes in.  I have so much stuff sitting around that I just don't use anymore, lots of cables, adapters, an old "boom-box" that used to be my studio monitors, and lots of old software boxes that have 20 year-old software games that won't work on any new PC systems.

I've decided to look at this as a good thing - I'm re-building and streamlining my multi-media studio, and refining it to just what I need.  I'm also getting ready to upload a bunch of art to either RedBubble or TeeSpring to sell T-shirts and other "merch" of my album covers and other abstract art designs.  So maybe I'll even be able to earn some "passive" income.  I'll be posting links to my "merch" as soon as it is ready to go on my YouTube video pages and here at my main website.