Sharing social circles and spiritual ideologies with artists such as Iasos, Connie Demby and Deuter, while splitting label release schedules with Laraaji, Laurie Spiegel, and Wendy Carlos, the unique Florida-raised soulmate duo known as Emerald Web released their privately-pressed debut LP at an axis where post-prog rock met proto-new age and ambient electronic music. From the notes by Kat Epple: "When originally released, one music reviewer described Whispered Visions as: 'A cosmic tapestry of sound, woven with threads of shimmering synthesizer timbres and luminous flute melodies.' This album was made using early synthesizers, sequencers, Lyricon and flutes. When it was recorded in 1980 our synths were regarded as 'state of the art' technology. Originally released exclusively on compact cassette it was our second of a total of 14 independent releases. The band Emerald Web consisted of Bob Stohl and myself and our goal was to create innovative synthesizer orchestration and blend electronic music and acoustic instruments. From 1978 to 1990 we recorded, toured, and performed in planetariums while composing soundtracks for Carl Sagan, amongst others. Bob and I were consultants for (and were lucky enough to be sponsored by) companies and individuals that were creating the latest music technology. At the time Emerald Web was one of the few 'Space Music' bands which performed live in concert using synthesizers and sequencers, most of which had volatile memory and no pre-set sound banks. Unfortunately, Bob passed away in 1990. Since then I have continued to compose music for film and perform in concert as a solo artist, as Emerald Web and with various other ensembles."