aqual measure

by computerchemist

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

    Bonus printshop-ready CD artwork is also included in the full download, in addition a never-released bonus track - a rough mix of "aqual measure" before Uwe's guitar was finally added.

      $7 USD  or more


  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Personally autographed by Dave (and optionally dedicated to whoever you want it to be), this stylish US-import CD is sure to please - especially at this price!
    Please make sure you specify clearly in the 'send a message' box what name you require for the dedication (and where you want it signed, e.g. front, back, inside), as returns are not accepted for this item.

    Includes unlimited streaming of aqual measure via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ships out within 3 days

      $17 USD or more 




computerchemist's fourth album "aqual measure" was released in November 2009. An album of solid Berlin-school-style jazz-rock, perfecting a blend of raw guitar work and uber-precise sequencer lines.


"Surging sequences, exotic sonic embellishments and enchanting melodies. If all the old names on the scene have become a bit stale by now, then Computerchemist will offer you a breath of fresh air musically." - Archie Patterson,

"A combination of keyboard music and drums, live guitar and over 60 minutes of music that crosses the boundaries of certain boundaries of music that nobody thought could have been breached" - Bruce Gall, ARFM

"A staggeringly robust piece of EM" - Nemesis J (ex Hawkwind, Sendelica, Tubilah Dog)

"Berliner Schule angelehnte Elektronikmusik unters Volk, die ich ohne Zögern als erstklassig bezeichnen darf" - Jürgen Meurer, Progressive Newsletter

"Call it adventurous and call it a triumph and you will be right on the mark!" - Greg Allen, author of Klaus Schulze : Electronic Music Legend

"Mirage will grab sequencer fans from the get-go with its mesmerizing loops" - Phil Derby, Electroambient Space

"Pearson is one of the foremost flagholders for solid Berlin-school-style jazz-rock, perfecting his blend of raw guitar work and uber-precise sequencer lines." - John Shanahan, Hypnagogue

"Sweeping electronic washes invade your consciousness and take you to the edge of universes you didn't even know existed." - Rotcod Zzaj (a.k.a. Dick Metcalfe), IMPROVIJAZZATION Nation


released November 14, 2009


Music Composed by Dave Pearson
Dave Pearson: keyboards, drum/sequencer programming, bass & lead guitars
Uwe Cremer: guitar on "aqual measure"
Equipment: cubase sx3, behringer bcf2000 control surface, maudio 88es, tascam us-122l, behringher hellbabe, hercules 16/12, behringer mdx2600 compander, behringer t1953 valve preamp, behringer di4000,yamaha bass, customised behringer guitar, zoom guitar effects pedal, yamaha customised drum pads
percussion: VOXXlab L2S (licenced under CC sampling+
Artwork and design: Angiewoman
Back photo: Keith Hopkins

Recorded and Produced by Dave Pearson at Terrainflight Hungary Nov 2008 - Oct 2009



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Computerchemist is the ongoing solo project of Dave Pearson.
ARFM DJ Bruce Gall has remarked on the crossover style of his playing, invoking comparisons to electronic artists Tangerine Dream, Jean-Michel Jarre, Klaus Schulze, Kraftwerk, and the progressive sounds of Pink Floyd and David Gilmour solo work, Ash Ra Tempel, Mike Oldfield, Steve Hackett, Brian Eno and King Crimson. ... more

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