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  • Avatar for honzasvasek
    yeah, it's good, I might use it. I tagged it butoh...
  • Avatar for musinum
    I understand that it sounds random... as indeed it does to my ears also... but in fact it is completely determined by a fairly small number of quite simple processes, none of them even pseudo-random. It is twelve-tone, to be sure, and as such atonal. Past a certain point of complexity, the ear loses it ability to distinguish the pattern, although a certain flavor remains. This is a strict four-part canon, which I think registers at the unconscious level only, as the voices enter at intervals of several minutes. Beyond that, tedious or exciting, eerie or soothing, our reactions are very subjective. It simply exists, and we walk around it touching it tentatively. Interest palls or does not pall...
  • Avatar for Myristica
    To be honest I thought this one a bit tedious. It lasts too long and it sounds to me like totally random atonal music rather than fractal.
  • Avatar for henbenny
    by the way, in german the meaning of redundant or redundancy is commonly used in less sharper way than in english: pointing on the already well known in difference to the new information content of something.
  • Avatar for henbenny
    of course I do, Tim; awareness is different at times and so listening also does; actually i switch between what i remember and what the new structure is. letting the music flow in time the attention of listening becomes precise.
  • Avatar for henbenny
    after listening to various tracks i don't know which one is the most representative. pod people now is both redundant and sensational as well..
  • Avatar for yasinsky_dima
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  • Avatar for DocWho
    Hi Tim! A great piece you have done, we have listened to it with Lena, and we both liked it. We didn't experience it nightmarish or even dark though, but found the atmosphere rather pleasant, sort of non-intrusive space music. The instrumentation and the sounds were beautiful, and the harmonies were interesting. I myself got a strong association to the Ukranian composer Valentin Silvestrov's music, especially his piece Metamusik. For Lena the strange harmonies brought up an association to Stravinsky's and Scriabin's music. As there is no structural development on the track, listening to it feels like floating in a spot of a tonal space or sea with a specific flora of ever recurring events surrounding you.
  • Avatar for rakshasa07
    60 minutes? very long track, damn :)

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