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  1. It appears that when you speed up this track up so it has a duration of 40 seconds there are a few human sounds. second bad .mp3
  2. Thanks for the hard work. I'd love to have a look visually at their sequencing patterns as it sometimes reveals some secrets my beyond my ears. Has anyone exported midi from the electron data?
  3. Bad link sorry - better one here. https://www.dropbox.com/s/rexyormu9b9w11y/Ageispolis DRUM machine MIXER 2.zip?dl=0
  4. As I was saying to Donquixote, I understand he was using a BX with an Irate drum machine in lanner. Here is what it sounds like with some Quadrave RB on RS and CL and missing the tape compression. There is one bar of Ageispolis spliced in to some similar patterns for immediate comparison and a spectrogram of both. https://www.dropbox.com/s/pm8ryjgr3ukjtcc/Ageispolis DRUM machine MIXER.zip?dl=0
  5. I would not use that cleaner in the video even though it removes the misting via abrasive aluminium oxide. The materials data safety sheet lists the following ingredients - solvent naphtha petroleum, medium aliphatic aluminium oxide, white mineral oil (petroleum), polydimethylsiloxane. It leeches the vinyl and will also degrade the sound over time. Note that he warns you not to use more than the amount he shows. While the grit size of the aluminium oxide is so fine it cannot be heard by our ears it can abrade audible frequencies and clog up the high frequency sections of grooves if not cleaned properly. There is a wonderful thread on audiokarma where some chemists talk about all the pros and cons of cleaning and what the library of congress use. Here is a part part where they talk about leeching. Here is a list of LP additives that can get leached (even from using wood glue) https://audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/record-cleaning-a-comprehensive-resource.884598/ and the wonderful one https://audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/record-cleaning-youre-doing-it-wrong.689430/
  6. Thanks, I love those over tied TB-303 lines both tracks share.
  7. I'm guessing this was made by someone from the soundcloud releases. I've not heard that track at 26 min. Anyone know its name?
  8. Nice variant/prototype of track 7 Polygon Window at 26 min. A bit of Ageispolis melody at 15 min. Mentioned on Reddit by tbdballoons. https://archive.org/details/AphexTwin_20150428
  9. Many of those tracks from a wide range of people were only available in 1993. Probably part of the N.A.S.A. tour of 13 shows the final one was November 19th 1993.
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  11. bunyip


    Oops I was listening to Rusty Metal - second last track
  12. bunyip


    Are you talking about the bit at 3:10 that is ring-modulated? Sounds like a Morecambe and Wise skit. 3:30 I was five minutes getting inside... ...and I topped it off with some mushrooms... 4:06 Also if you play the track really fast there is some foreign language dialogue in the low frequencies.
  13. I just tried hopelessly to OCR and translate this insert: https://i.redd.it/ztu7cfifdwo11.jpg Is anyone capable of translating this? It looks like it goes on to talk about his equipment and towards the end Feed Me Weird Things.
  14. add a time axis, early releases have a heavier weighting on unusuals
  15. Remove the records and have a look inside the 12", the artwork continues.
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