derivation

by RecursiveIdentity

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08:21
2.
05:18
3.
04:13
4.
04:41
5.
06:47
6.
06:34
7.
06:01
8.
05:11

about

After the release of my first full album spine which was years in the making, the music for this album came to me at a very rapid pace. This music exhibits a more peaceful, relaxed side of my musical expressions for the most part. Although largely inspired by the ambient works of Aphex Twin, I also found inspiration from the Berlin School of music, specifically Rubycon by Tangerine Dream.

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released 19 March 2014

Hardware and software include:
Absynth
Kontakt
MiniBrute
SH-101
Sylenth1
Sony TC-252D Reel to Reel

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RecursiveIdentity Helena, Alabama

I started experiments with electronic music in the mid 1980s with a Poly800 keyboard, a simple drum machine, and a four track recorder. My first attempts at experimental music began when I was in the fifth grade sitting in front of the radio and record player armed only with a cassette deck that featured seamless pausing. Now with a computer and a couple of synths I create the music you find here. ... more

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