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Max Eilbacher // Here a Peak, there an Abyss CD

Max Eilbacher // Here a Peak, there an Abyss CD

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Experimental label in Barcelona, ​​SpainAnomiaWe have received a large amount of various works.

This work is a CD released in March 2020 by Max Eilbacher, an American collage writer who is familiar in our shop, limited to 3 copies. Contains 100 Max / MSP collage noise songs.It is out of print.DL code included.

Labels and other workshere /// Click here to see more Anomia releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 100.

Text by Max Eilbacher:

"During the winter of 2017 I was very immersed in the drawings of Bernard Tschumi. Using prebuilt VST synthesizers, I used repetition and recursion in programming the midi patterns that drove these digital synthesizers. The midi patterns / language controlled the pitch, timbre, and timing of the synthesizers. My goal was to create audio spaces that evoked a similar atmosphere to that of Tschumi's work. Audio recordings that I made are also Occasionally used as wavetables or manipulated in these VST synths and subjected to my “architectural” midi patterns. While assembling these sonic spaces I tried to keep a playful blend of harmony and psychosis, generated by the midi building blocks and the temporal structure of each piece. . "

Artist: Max Eilbacher

Label: Anomia

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Experimental label in Barcelona, ​​SpainAnomiaWe have received a large amount of various works.

This work is a CD released in March 2020 by Max Eilbacher, an American collage writer who is familiar in our shop, limited to 3 copies. Contains 100 Max / MSP collage noise songs.It is out of print.DL code included.

Labels and other workshere /// Click here to see more Anomia releases available at Tobira.

--------------------------

Edition of 100.

Text by Max Eilbacher:

"During the winter of 2017 I was very immersed in the drawings of Bernard Tschumi. Using prebuilt VST synthesizers, I used repetition and recursion in programming the midi patterns that drove these digital synthesizers. The midi patterns / language controlled the pitch, timbre, and timing of the synthesizers. My goal was to create audio spaces that evoked a similar atmosphere to that of Tschumi's work. Audio recordings that I made are also Occasionally used as wavetables or manipulated in these VST synths and subjected to my “architectural” midi patterns. While assembling these sonic spaces I tried to keep a playful blend of harmony and psychosis, generated by the midi building blocks and the temporal structure of each piece. . "

Artist: Max Eilbacher

Label: Anomia