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  1. In that interview, Sean mentions releasing what sounds like a CD of either patches or something similar....apparently on the Falsch label? Is this real? I have never seen anything about this supposed release anywhere other than this one interview. If it is real, does anyone know any more info? (See quote below): AR - Ever work on CDs of programs that run and sound like Autechre? SB - Yeah, we've done a fair bit of that. We've already done a couple of releases of recordings of systems that generate recordings. I think our first Fals.ch release came out about 18 months ago, maybe even
  2. Bahaha oh no, I thought that the slow ship had sailed....! So yeah, I agree melody is probably too strong a word for the similarities that I'm hearing between various pieces of the AE_Live-->el seq-->NTS family. It's more that there are microstructures that pop up between pieces that are just similar enough (either timbrally, or rhythmically or whatever) that my ears perk up. I'd like to think it's Sean and Rob being good trip-sitters and pointing out some familiar landmarks here and there to put the songs in perspective. Or just that like someone mentioned in another thread, there
  3. Yeah, maybe to clarify, not the exact same "melody" but very similar intervals, rhythm, and progression to the notes. At the very least, they seem to spring from the same well. I just thought it was a neat example of how with the recent stuff, there are all sorts of vague references between and among the pieces; for example the way there are echoes of elyc6 0nset in a number of the live sets (usually toward the end or 3/4 of the way to the end)- but never an exact match. Just enough of a similarity for the mind to have something to grab ahold of - kind of like little wayposts in the in
  4. When I heard Dummy Casual, it drove me insane because I just knew I had heard that "melody" before. It took a few weeks of random listening both to NTS and the back catalogue but I finally figured it out: Dummy Casual has the same "melody" as tac Lacora! Forgive me if this is obvious to everyone else, but: Listen to Dummy Casual, 0:00 - 0:50 or so. Listen to tac Lacora from 0:49 - 1:58 or so. I have to say, I prefer Dummy Casual to tac Lacora, even though they are brothers (and even though L-event is way high on my list of EPs)...Dummy Casual has this sinister shuffling, feels
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