Aural Films presents a new release from Jack Hertz,"FM Forrest". Explore the vast jungles of Frequency Modulation (FM) synthesis. Between the real and imaginary, exotic sonic landscapes populated by insects, plants, animals grow and evolve into aural delights. Listen now on Aural Films
I am Super Ultra Honored to be included in Google Arts & Culture's “Music, Makers & Machines" profile on Raymond Scott. Please check out the feature below for a wonderful tour of Scott's amazing legacy. Check it out at - Music, Makers & Machines
XauriX XubatniX presents a new extended generative work that rides the rails exploring the nearly infinite universe of train sounds. Listen now on Acousmatique Recordings
The 7.83 Hz album was originally released on the Free Floating Music label that shuttered last year and has been reissued by with a bonus extended mix. The notion that the Earth is an oscillator onto itself was so inspiring. A flood of ideas for new ambient compositions came to me that resulted in this album. Listen now at Aural Films
An apocalypse is a revelation: seeing something which has been hidden. It comes from the Greek word, Apokálypsis, which means "lifting of the veil", or finding out something secret. Often this secret is discovered in a dream or a vision. Listen now at Aural Films
The year is winding down and its always a great feeling to see my work showing up on Year-End lists. Especially, Star's End list with of so many artists that I have admired over the years. Thanks to Chuck Van Zyl and all the listeners who made this happen. Please listen and download Medicine Drones on Aural Films
This album was originally released on March 1st, 2012 on the Free Floating Music label. What has become one of my most popular recordings since has a story behind it that was not told when it was originally published. Listen now at Aural Films
Aural Films celebrates its 8th anniversary with a new release from Jack Hertz. This piece hearkens back to Aural Films's inaugural release, "Secret Life of Trees", with a fourth world soundscape inspired by, Teoton, the mysterious mountain in the Puebla-Tlaxcala Valley, Mexico that locals believe may be the world's largest pyramid. Listen now on Aural Films.