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Richard D James SoundCloud - A Gift To The Fans


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Whoever is running that account, they come off as kind of new, but how do they have all those Patskins?
They don't seem like they even WATMM'd before. I thought the WATMMs were the only ones who can Tregaskin.
 

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                                                  happy birthday rdj

                                                                :aphexsign:

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38 minutes ago, Satans Little Helper said:

So, the fact he uploads BOC tracks basically means this is not a different/new account of RDJ. (why would RDJ upload BOC tracks?! he wouldn't...)

boc gave him the permission to upload acid memories as a birthday gift

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I like whenever someone is hyping 'the genre' and Rephlex whether it's on youtube or wherever, just so long as it's not damaging the artists. But whoever it is appears to be a fan obviously. It was nice to look at the selections because there was a lot of stuff i haven't heard in a long time, and stuff I hadn't gotten around to listening to yet and probably wouldn't have otherwise. finding that account got me nostalgic for myspace and it's funny how the Tuss still intrigues new people. probably hundreds of years in the future, classical music pilgrims will have to pass through their own Tuss phase when the time is right in their Aphex scholarship.
 

 

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Richard D. James is the best thing to happen to Music since paper.

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rek states: 'forgot to capitalize the m in Music' but should we just accept that excuse at face value??
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https://gitlab.com/then-try-this/samplebrain

Samplebrain

A custom sample mashing app designed by Aphex Twin.

Samplebrain chops samples up into a 'brain' of interconnected small sections called blocks which are connected into a network by similarity. It processes a target sample, chopping it up into blocks in the same way, and tries to match each block with one in it's brain to play in realtime.

This allows you to interpret a sound with a different one. As we worked on it (during 2015 and 2016) we gradually added more and more tweakable parameters until it became slightly out of control.

 

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