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hi, got a new thing out.. tapes will be ready to post out around 6th dDecember .ch ch check it RADIO SYG.MA by SDEM Radio Syg.ma is a live set originally created for the Russia based podcast https://radio.syg.ma/ comprising spectral ambience, pattern synthesis, mutant electronics and complex high-frequency textures. Archived on Pro-Dubbed Limited Cassette / Digital Artwork by Takashi Aoki , LED printed directly on the cassette shell. Release: 6 December 2019 peeece
Dave Noyze bizness! noyzelab - 16x16 Cell Meditations Edition of 50 hand-numbered copies on MEDS (bandcamp) 10th November 2014 (shipping around 15th Nov) A: 16x16 NEURON CELL MEDITATION (44:04) B: 16x16 TONE CELL MEDITATION (43:59) "This cassette tape of electronically produced meditation drones has been precisely composed and engineered for listening, relaxing and formal meditation practice (movement or stationary). It is not advisable to play this tape while driving or operating heavy machinery, or any other activity that requires you to concentrate on the task at hand. No responsibility or liability is accepted for use or misuse of this material in any way whatsoever. Recommended for fans of Eliane Radigue, Phill Niblock, La Monte Young, Evol, Kevin Drumm, Eleh, Hecker etc. David Burraston is an artist/scientist involved in technology and electronic music since the late 1970s. He had an innovative role in the foremost UK telco’s R&D laboratory (BT Research Laboratories) in diverse areas such as Artificial Life, Complex Systems, Virtual Reality, Spatial Audio and Information Visualisation. He was part of the team that designed and built 'The Wires' installations at The WIRED Lab. His PhD thesis developed and applied fundamental new concepts, arising out of generative music practice, to a key problem in complex systems. He has been operating Noyzelab as an independent art/science music studio since 1981. Instruments : Hinton Music Lab Modular (processing), Noyzelab Custom 4 Voice Microtonal Drone Oscillators (0.01Hz resolution sound source) Recorded at Noyzelab Studio, September 2013"