COMPOSER, MULTI INSTRUMENTALIST, PRODUCER, ARTIST
TCT35C, TCT50H, GLS212, TCT100H & GLS212
“I have several different models of The New Albion amplifiers. They are very versatile. You can go between a warm classic sound to a modern sound. There are a lot of options to tweak. The TCT35c is full bodied for such a small amp. It's a 35-watt combo with one twelve inch speaker. I also plug it into the 2-12 Cab and it sounds great. I think the TCT50 which is a 50 watt head works great in the studio. I can get it to break up without it getting to loud. There is a nice midrange to these amps. I also have used the bass amps and they are very warm and don抰 get to top ended sounding.”
Chris Field is a multi-instrumentalist and composer at X-Ray Dog, a US publishing company specialising in film trailer music.
War of the Worlds - Steven Spielberg Pirates of the Caribbean Lord of the Rings
Chris Field is an LA-based musician whose works cannot be put into one genre. Emotional, ambient, cinematic, world music: all these words and more can be ascribed to his unique sense of musical identity. Chris Field music has the rare ability to truly provoke emotion, whether your ears want to hear it or not. At times uplifting and resonate, at times desolate, his unique blend of sensibilities manages to fill the listener with indescribable feeling.
"Powerful" is a good adjective to describe Chris Field music. There are some tracks in his new LP, Sub-Conscious, that could be used as a backdrop to all our lives, at one point or another. His music can exist but not detract, and that's a difficult thing to accomplish.
Other tracks immediately take hold of your mind, and don't let go. You can choose to actively listen or simply play it in the background; it works on both levels. It would be incorrect to label Chris Field music as simply movie music, although there's a good chance you've already heard one of his works as the score to some of today's most popular movie trailers, like The Lord Of The Rings. Difficult to describe, easy to love: that is Chris Field music.