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  1. I think that the Wayback Machine almost worked here because one of the snapshots is from December 1st 2001, and I strongly suspect that the Q&A was still available at that time. Unfortunately, when you click on the "news" section, you get transported to some point in 2005 (as evidenced by talk of Untilted, etc.). Good try, though! The Q&A, itself, by the way, was more or less like a (relatively infinitesimal) foreshadowing of AAA. These were questions submitted by Warp listeners. The tone was rather different and more combative/snarky, which seems about right for the time. I really enjoyed it, and I wish I'd had the presence of mind to copy and paste it into an word document or whatever. Seems like somebody would have done that...
  2. I'm sure that some others recall (and possibly have saved) the Autechre Q&A that appeared on Warp's website in the fall of 2001. Interesting and entertaining insight into Confield-era, and the boys were at the top of their snark game as I recall. Anyone have this or know where to find it? I've looked all over at various times throughout the years...
  3. I can see that. The snippets also do sound a bit like Minidisc (or something that could have appeared there), but that was quite the outlier for Gescom, musically. Quite the outlier in general, really.
  4. AAA 2019. Seth & Rod pls?
  5. This John Stanier really sounds like Vromb...
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    elseq 1-5

    I find a lot of it summery, actually. Tri Repete, Chiastic Slide, and Draft 7.30, especially. EP7, LP5, and Oversteps (ironically, considering Sean's AAA response to seasonality), I find most wintry.
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    Has anyone noticed that Miami seems to flirt with Gantz Graf for a couple of minutes beginning at roughly 41:30?
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    It doesnt have any of the elements that make acdwn what it is> the untilted-like rhythmic pattern, the space between the discrete repetitions, the melody, the brooding tone in the background.. imo not even close, its just a live track using different patches, with maybe a bit of overlap in sound source The same cadence/phraseology (as if of speech) and emphasis as well. They are dramatically different, but I think it's probably fair to suspect that they're different offshoots of the same creature. AE would have to confirm, of course.
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    Does everyone (anyone?) see the opening track as being, basically, acdwn1, assuming acdwn2 from elseq is a radical reinterpretation of the live track?
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    really like this idea. mine would probably have all those bits at the end of sets where c7b2 shows up in one form or another. Trying not to just go to the last 10 mins of each set, but there's so much music it's always a temptation. Yaeh, as more and more official titles for some of the pieces contained in the livesets have come to light (thanks to Elseq & NTS), identifying various stretches becomes increasingly possible. Some of these AENA sets also contain recognizable bits that weren't in the previous AE Live downloads (Latent Call, etc.).
  11. I can see that a bit, and don't throw ashtrays at me for this, but there's a bit of a PC game survival horror/sci-fi sort of vibe to it (which is not a complement from my perspective). Some of One-Six has that kind of thing running through it as well, and I have to put in some effort not to let unpleasant associations win.
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