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Fumbata // Decoherence Tape

Fumbata // Decoherence Tape

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Dance label EXILES works from Budapest, Hungary are in stock.

This work is a cassette released by the country's techno writer Fumbata in December 2020, limited to 12 pieces.Contains 40 songs of Leftfield Techno, 10 minutes. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more EXILES releases available at Tobira.

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'Decoherence illustrates a theoretical framework that once applied to musical composition, may be a more accurate representation of the quantum world. If we abstract away from the specifics of quantum-mechanical models, we can discern a system where an electrical signal interacts with a circuital environment thus becoming amplified or attenuated. Ordinarily, we tend to think of this spectrum modification as destructive, dissipating information about the electrical signal.

The environment induced decoherence can actually enhance our ability to extract information about the system being observed. The quantum-mechanical interference causes a broadening of the spectrum induced by the finite resolution of the measurement process. Decoherence is not a new theory unto itself, but is instead an efficient repackaging of theory.'

Ice sculpture / mixed media installation'Gutter I'by Ákos Tóth for the group exhibition REFLEX at D17 Gallery, Budapest

 

artist: Fumbata

label: EXILES

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Dance label EXILES works from Budapest, Hungary are in stock.

This work is a cassette released by the country's techno writer Fumbata in December 2020, limited to 12 pieces.Contains 40 songs of Leftfield Techno, 10 minutes. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more EXILES releases available at Tobira.

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'Decoherence illustrates a theoretical framework that once applied to musical composition, may be a more accurate representation of the quantum world. If we abstract away from the specifics of quantum-mechanical models, we can discern a system where an electrical signal interacts with a circuital environment thus becoming amplified or attenuated. Ordinarily, we tend to think of this spectrum modification as destructive, dissipating information about the electrical signal.

The environment induced decoherence can actually enhance our ability to extract information about the system being observed. The quantum-mechanical interference causes a broadening of the spectrum induced by the finite resolution of the measurement process. Decoherence is not a new theory unto itself, but is instead an efficient repackaging of theory.'

Ice sculpture / mixed media installation'Gutter I'by Ákos Tóth for the group exhibition REFLEX at D17 Gallery, Budapest

 

artist: Fumbata

label: EXILES