26/07/2014

Jarre Technologies crée un présentoir dédié à ses gammes nomades



24/07/2014
http://www.jarre.com/

Pierre Triboulet est le Pdg de la marque PlugPlay qui distribue les produits de la marque Jarre Technologies. Il rappelle que celle-ci est avant tout une marque dédiée au son, bénéficiant des conseils avisés du musicien Jean-Michel Jarre.

Mais celle-ci s’intéresse aussi aux produits nomades, et a choisi le MedPi pour dévoiler ses nouvelles gammes bluetooth. Parmi celles-ci, l’aérotwist et le désormais classique Skull, qui va grandir pour atteindre un son hifi. La marque présente aussi son linéaire dédié.


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21/07/2014

Jean Michel Jarre - Zoolookologie (Extended Remix) 1985

►Zoolookologie (Extended Remix) 1985
►Remix -- François Kevorkian, Ron St. Germain

►Notes

(P)Copyright 1985 Disques Dreyfus, Paris.
Sound recoding made by Disques Dreyfus, Paris.
First published 1985 in France
Manufactured and marketed in Australasia by PolyGram Records under exclusive licence


           

Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygène In The Ghetto (1998)

Oxygène In The Ghetto (CD, Single)
 Disques Dreyfus,  1998


        

Jean Michel Jarre - Equinoxe 4 (Version Inédite)

►Animation: Equinox by Michel Granger
►French artist, well known for designs of Jean-Michel Jarre's albums.

►Official site:

http://www.granger-michel.com/

►Equinoxe Part 4 (Version Inédite) 1979


►Companies etc
►Copyright (c) -- Francis Dreyfus Music
►Phonographic Copyright (p) -- Disques Dreyfus
►Copyright (c) -- Disques Dreyfus
►Distributed By -- CBS
►Printed By -- APEP

►Credits

 ►Composed By [Composé], Producer [Produit] -- Jean-Michel Jarre
►Mastered By -- Yves Delaunay

►Notes

►Nouveau mixage réalisé du 1er au 5 mai 1979
© Copyright by Francis Dreyfus Music
℗ 1979 Disques Dreyfus
© 1979 Disques Dreyfus

►Printed in France
           

Jean Michel Jarre - Revolutions (Extended Remix)


►Revolutions (Extended Mix) 1988
►Engineer [Sound] -- Goh Hotoda
►Mixed By -- Francis Dreyfus, François Kevorkian

►Credits

Art Direction - Mark Fisher
Composed By, Producer - Jean Michel Jarre

►Notes

Remixed from the album 'Revolutions'

Track 1 mixed at Axis Studios, New York.
Track 2 mixed at Studio Davout, Paris.
Track 3 mixed at Croissy Studio, France.

►Intersong Music Ltd.
►℗1988 Disques Dreyfus Paris
►Original sound recording made by Disques Dreyfus Paris 
►Marketed and distributed in the UK by Polydor Ltd.

         

Jean Michel Jarre - Space of Freedom (originally March 23) "Water for Life"

"Water for Life" was a concert given by Jean Michel Jarre on the night of December 16, 2006 amidst the dunes of the Sahara desert at Merzouga, Morocco. 

The concert was held under the auspice of UNESCO as 2006 had been designated the International Year of Deserts and Desertification by the United Nations General Assembly.

          

Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene 7 "Water for Life"

To put the spotlight on one of the planet's crucial issues, the protection of clean drinking water, Jean Michel Jarre conceived and performed the concert "Water for Life" as part of UNESCO's campaign to increase awareness of this problem.
The concert was commissioned by the Kingdom of Morocco and took place on December 16, 2006 in the Moroccan desert near the city of Merzouga.
Jarre invited the best of Moroccan musicians and singers to join him on-stage with special musical arrangements of his work to include their talent.

"Jarre imagined giant-doors to stand in the dessert around the stage upon which he deployed lavish lights and images to accompany the main them of Water...quite surrealist in such a barren, but most enchanting environment".

►Musicians:

Jean Michel Jarre
Francis Rimbert
Claude Samard

►Local musicians:

Abdellah El Miry
Ahmed Alaoui
Alizées Choir
B'net from Marrakesh
Casablanca Orchestra of Arabic Modern Music
Charaf and Dansers
Gnawa Maaster Hamid Elikasri and his Band
Hadji Younes
Morocco Philharmonic Orchestra
Saida Charaf

►Date and Place:
16. december 2006 - Merzouga, Morocco

►Estimated Audience:
20.000

        

Jean Michel Jarre - Suite For Flute / Oxygene Part 2 (Water For Life)


“Water for Life” was a concert given by Jean Michel Jarre on the night of 16th December, 2006 amidst the dunes of the Sahara desert at Merzouga, Morocco.
The concert was held under the auspices of UNESCO as 2006 had been designated the International Year of Deserts and Desertification by the United Nations General Assembly.


Jean Michel Jarre Performs Oxygene Live...

Jean Michel Jarre discussions sur les préparatifs de "Oxygene 'Live In Your Living Room"

          

This video captures a live studio performance by Jean Michel Jarre and his band of his 1976 synth classic, Oxygène.

In the full-length performance, Jarre and his band play a massive collection of classic synths, set up in a bare warehouse-like room. The focus is on the music and the performers, not on fancy lighting or visuals.

The Oxygene Live In Your Living Room performance was released in 2007 in several different editions, including CD, DVD & 3D DVD.

          

27/06/2014

A mysterious message has appeared on Jarre's official FB page.

Jean-Michel Jarre | Facebook

 

Mysterious black profile image  that was uploaded a few of days ago. 

Is this a hint of things to come?

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Pioneering synthesist Jean Michel Jarre shared this awesome photo of his vintage gear-filled synth lair, which is, he notes, “where the magic happens.”



21.07.2014

When faced with electronic instruments, oscillators and all these kind of strange machines, it occurred to me that mixing colours and mixing audio frequencies is actually the same thing. 

You are a craftsman, you are a painter, mixing colours and textures.