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spl47 on upcoming "Touched II" compilation


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Based on the photo on the Touched Facebook page, the new Autechre track for Macmillan Cancer Support that Sean mentioned in the WATMM chat will be titled "spl47."

 

https://www.facebook.com/touchedmusic/photos/a.661469200551477.1073741828.654657207899343/796229733742089/?type=1&theater

 

The compilation will be released on November 28th 2014. Very excited about this one. "spl9" is my favorite track on "Exai" and possibly my favorite Ae track ever.

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If this is truly anything resembling spl9, it can only be amazing. I mean, 47 - 9 = 38. And 38 > 9, hence spl47 > spl9 and so this track is going to rock. It's math.

I think you mean

...And 38 > 0, hence...

And holy mother of fuck shit I can't wait

 

All these one-off tracks are so good. 6852 is one of my favorite ever. SYptixed is awesome too.

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If this is truly anything resembling spl9, it can only be amazing. I mean, 47 - 9 = 38. And 38 > 9, hence spl47 > spl9 and so this track is going to rock. It's math.

I think you mean

...And 38 > 0, hence...

And holy mother of fuck shit I can't wait

 

All these one-off tracks are so good. 6852 is one of my favorite ever. SYptixed is awesome too.

 

 

6852 is special and also one of my favs. Speaking of the one-off tracks, I converted the "Atoms Vectors Pixels Ghosts" teaser from Vimeo to a 320kbps MP3 last night and have been listening to it on repeat. It's a short piece that oddly sounds complete as a whole and is really neat.

From the Designers Republic Facebook post: "The official launch of the Atoms Vectors Pixels Ghosts™ project was...all sound-tracked by bespoke Autechre structures originally composed / compiled for TDR™’s 2011 GGG Tokyo Retrospective."

 

Along with the new print and this, I'm happy.

 

The print looks great, but is crazy expensive. I ordered one today, though, with £20 shipping to the US. Couldn't miss the opportunity to own it and hang it in my room.

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The print looks great, but is crazy expensive. I ordered one today, though, with £20 shipping to the US. Couldn't miss the opportunity to own it and hang it in my room.

 

like srsly i wouldn't even dare hanging that poster... i mean with what? pins? when every square millimeter worth several cents D: ...

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The print looks great, but is crazy expensive. I ordered one today, though, with £20 shipping to the US. Couldn't miss the opportunity to own it and hang it in my room.

 

like srsly i wouldn't even dare hanging that poster... i mean with what? pins? when every square millimeter worth several cents D: ...

 

 

In a beautiful frame, baby...

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If this is truly anything resembling spl9, it can only be amazing. I mean, 47 - 9 = 38. And 38 > 9, hence spl47 > spl9 and so this track is going to rock. It's math.

I think you mean

...And 38 > 0, hence...

 

And holy mother of fuck shit I can't wait

 

All these one-off tracks are so good. 6852 is one of my favorite ever. SYptixed is awesome too.

Don't forget the recent Ts1a track too

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Along with the new print and this, I'm happy.

 

The print looks great, but is crazy expensive. I ordered one today, though, with £20 shipping to the US. Couldn't miss the opportunity to own it and hang it in my room.

 

 

I caved and ordered too despite the excessive price, gona frame it and what not.

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