Root of Sine ~ Volume 3

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170 posts since 1 Sep, 2004

Post Sat Sep 30, 2006 3:15 am

Audiobulb Records :: Root of Sine News

Root of Sine ~ Volume 3

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~ sine on you crazy diamond [andrew halliday]
~ gairyaku [eretsua]
~ distress sine [ultre]
~ 440 hz sine wave (experiment) [cep2let]
~ sine of weakness [austin martin]
~ heterodyne brainwash [henry walmsley]
~ you soidal, me jane [adcbicycle]
~ outward from the origin [lotus wire]
~ sine of it all pt.3 [daniel chavez]
~ componente [omar lavalle]
~ sines on tape [talking makes no sense]
~ distress sine ++ [ultre]
~ untitled sine 1 [si_comm]
~ untitled sine 2 [si_comm]
~ untitled sine 3 [si_comm]
~ withered dawn [object 4]

||++ all tracks are composed using sounds derived from a single one second 440 hz sinewave ++||


All The Darkness Has Gone To Details [Ultre] - Coming Soon

The Ultre debut is being pressed as we speak with a view to releasing the album for the start of December. It is a work of crafted brilliance featuring ever changing melodic structures and complex percussion delivered via piano, guitar, electronics and Ultre's own hand made instrument hewn from metal and wire.

Ultre is already established on the live circuit, playing audio sets alongside contemporaries such as Clark, Tim Exile, Freeform & Max Tundra.

This is an album to get very excited about. Each track is the result of meticulous craft and talent from a musician who will be one of the leaders in the field of modern composition. A true contender for album of the year.

exploratory electronic music

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170 posts since 1 Sep, 2004

Post Sun Oct 01, 2006 11:58 pm

so when are we going to get a RoS "KVR Edition"? would be great to hear some entries from the artists on this board using some of the best and weirdest vst's to manipulate the sine :)

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4103 posts since 10 Oct, 2002 from Nashville, TN USA

Post Mon Oct 02, 2006 5:50 pm

I appreciate that you posted this here. I've downloaded the four albums but time has not allowed me to partake yet. Just wanted to let you know that it's appreciated because the concept itself is wonderful and so much more exciting than just about any radio or commercially oriented thing I can think of. I'm sure I'll like it once I have a chance to settle into the whole thing.


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170 posts since 1 Sep, 2004

Post Mon Oct 02, 2006 10:22 pm

nice one Shane - its good to hear your support

yes the project does inspire in terms of creating something so complex and whole from something so small and simple

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