Incremental Changes, Pt. 1

by The Gerald Peter Project

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Sven B. Schreiber
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Sven B. Schreiber Oh, I just love piano/synth/drums suites like that! I found it in Dominik's superb collection. Keith Emerson was the pioneer of this kind of music. It's great to see that a new generation is carriying on this heritage. But what's the "seaboard" Gerald Peter is playing? I didn't see or hear that before. Think of a keyboard without keyboard... er, well, I mean an electronic instrument with the keyboard replaced by a very large touchpad. Sort of a fretless synth... I guess you know what I mean... Favorite track: 2nd Movement - New Perspectives.
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simodepa97 Great cinematic-like record. It shows some serious skills in both playing technique and composition. The sound experimantation is impressive as well. Favorite track: 2nd Movement - New Perspectives.
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  • The entire music of Gerald Peter's first EP 'Incremental Changes, Pt. 1' is also as available as artistic studio performance video, filmed at the recording, showcasing two musicians, Gerald Peter on keyboard and seaboard accompanied by the versatile drummer Aaron Thier.

    A 23 minutes artistic full HD video, featuring black light effects and MIDI visualization created by Gerald himself. It will be delivered as download link sent via email.

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  • Jam-along version for drummers of my first digital EP 'Incremental Changes, Pt. 1'. Original drum tracks are muted in this version, feel free to record your own interpretation and share it with me! Will be provided via download link per email.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Incremental Changes, Pt. 1 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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  • A jam along version of my first Digital EP 'Incremental Changes, Pt. 1' with muted Piano/Seaboard Tracks. If you are keyboardist/pianist/guitarist/etc. jam along and feel free to send me a record of your own interpretation! Will be provided via email download link.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Incremental Changes, Pt. 1 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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This is the first release of a unique music and multimedia trilogy that reflects a journey through Gerald Peter’s creative mind. Redefining genre boundaries, this composer, keyboardist and producer mixes progressive rock, cinematic music, jazz and pop to create a rare crossover style‚ Cinematic Prog, using an unusual blend of instruments.

What makes this record stand out in the Prog genre is that both the keyboard and futuristic seaboard are the leading instruments instead of electric guitars.

This EP takes audiences on an emotional musical journey which captures the inspiration that comes from a number of tumultuous shifts in Gerald’s life and his courage for vast changes in order to move successively towards a final goal. In this project, he has combined all his passions, ranging from playing piano and the futuristic seaboard, to composing, producing his own music and even working on the video and its MIDI reactive visuals.


released November 20, 2017

Keyboard, Seaboard, Composition, Arrangement, Production, Video Edit, MIDI Visuals Programming: Gerald Peter
Drums: Aaron Thier

Recorded in December 2016 in Vienna

Drum Recording Setup, Mixing & Mastering: Mike Wolff @ melonFM


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The Gerald Peter Project Vienna, Austria

Gerald Peter was born in
Vienna, Austria in 1986, and is a keyboardist, composer, producer, and technology enthusiast. He has also previously released albums with his bands Circle of Illusion, Inspirational Corner and his 'Gerald Peter Project', where he acted as keyboardist, composer and producer. He also was on tour with Cirque du Soleil as show band musician. ... more

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