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Dr. Stefan Helmreich makes music from samples of office machinery, particularly from copiers, using an Ensoniq EPS 16. Released by Negativland’s Sealand records, they joke that “Now here’s music which is unarguably COPIED.” Many critics have commented that this music is suprisingly musical.

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  • SynTecH-X

    Copier Industrial :D

    1 Mar 2013 Reply

    this is crazy cool. why so little plays/listeners/shouts?

    13 Jun 2011 Reply
  • Selfexplosion

    Hi! Check this

    5 Feb 2011 Reply
  • kaltecutter

    If you like this you'll probably also like [The User] - Symphony for Dot Matrix Printers #1-2.

    5 Oct 2010 Reply
  • nDroae

    COINCIDENTAL SECOND 2010 SHOUT 7 HOURS LATER I like to make up words k.

    11 Aug 2010 Reply
  • Khanatist

    After the shouts in 2007, 2008 and 2009 I guess it's my turn for the 2010 shout. Well then .. see you next year, my beloved copy machines!

    11 Aug 2010 Reply
  • SixShooterSam

    you mean most correct? but even then I'm confused.

    12 Apr 2008 Reply
  • nDroae

    Funny how the # signs were spaced that way on release. That technically makes those tags the correct-est, although two of my (Gotee Records) artists had mistyped track names on their CD's. :-p

    1 Jun 2007 Reply