Reise (Journey)

Reise (Journey)
July 28, 2010 By s&p

Reise (Journey) is our debut album. Over a year of production went into it and, at the end, we weren’t proficient enough mixing and mastering it, yet. Over a year later, while working on new tracks and other genres, we learnt to operate and master our equipment. Finally, we could revisit Reise and give it the mixing and mastering treatment we wanted.

What could be the cherry on top of our first album? We know! We are going to donate every penny we make off our first album to a water project for people in need. Visit Charity Water at http://www.charitywater.org to learn more. We will keep you informed about our progress!

Thanks For Supporting Us

If you like our album, listen to it regularly and would like to support us and our project, please consider donating to our s&p project by purchasing the album on Bandcamp. You can name your own price or enter 0$ for a free download.

Or support us by buying good-looking merchandise in our Spreadshirt Fan Store. People who bought shirts or sweaters LOVE THEM!

Thanks so much <3 !

Download For Free

You can also download the album for free from Bandcamp in various formats from MP3 to FLAC lossless! Just enter 0$ as the price to pay. No strings attached.

License

Creative Commons LicenseReise by schlumberger & ploentzke is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

That basically means you can download, use, distribute, share, remix and even sell the music on your own compilation or in your movie free of charge as long as you attribute the work to s&p and the respective artist in the credits as defined on their pages!

Here is how the credits should look like:

Track written and performed by schlumberger & ploentzke, produced by s&p.
© by s&p (s-and-p.fm), some rights reserved (CC BY 3.0).

Additional Credits

Some nature recordings (ocean, river) were taken from The Freesound Project at www.freesound.org under the Creative Commons License and attributable to:

Thanks very much for this great project! If you use free resources (e.g. The Freesound Project, Wikipedia) every day, show your appreciation and consider donating a little something!


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