Musical artist Stuart Currie of Ayr, UK is seeking £40,000 ($50,407 USD) to create his new Synthesizer Dawn studio album concept by December 10. With 27 days to go, he has raised $131 (USD) from two backers.
“I am looking to create a studio album which will incorporate this quality track spotify:track:10XHDZZp6zQZ1p1MKt,” Currie stated. “Synthesizer Dawn part one was a great success and I would like to build on that.”
Other albums by Currie include Pangea (Forming a New World), and Ambient Space which can be found at http://stuartcurrie.org/music/. Also by Currie are Re-entry Parts One and Two, Nebula Overdrive, Ocean Waves, and Sunrise found at the musical online platform Songcast, http://www.songcastmusic.com/profiles/scurrie.
“I started making music a few years ago. Unfortunately, I lack the equipment to take my music further, hence the need for funding. All funding will be used for equipment and software.”
There are five levels of pledges with rewards in the Kickstarter.com campaign, valued from £10 to £150, approximately $12 to $187 (USD). The reward at the first level is a digital download of the studio album when completed. At the highest level, pledgers will receive a professionally printed CD wallet (20 disc capacity) from CD Baby.
“Merchandise would also be an option as part of the package CD wallets, t-shirts, etc.,” Currie said.
All physical merchandise is expected to ship in March 2017, but is limited to the European Union. Values of other pledge levels include £25, £50, and £100.
The only risks attached to this project are the public’s interest in music, according to Currie.
Go to https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1232919376/synthesizer-dawn-studio-album/description to make a pledge or for more information.
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