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Valery Vermeulen // Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 CD

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Belgian acoustician / mathematician Michael ValleraValery Vermeulen announces 2020This album was released on the British experimental label Ash International in XNUMX.

Includes 7 conceptual ambient drone-drone techno songs created based on black hole data.Digipak and shrink specifications.Below is a description of the label.

Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 is a new concept-driven electronic album by Dr. Valery Vermeulen, using data from the black hole, the most mysterious and exotic celestial body in the universe.With this album, Vermeulen extends electronic music, art and science in unprecedented ways.

Black holes were first theoretically discovered and proposed in 1916 by German physicist and astronomer Karl Schwarzschild.The existence of black holes stems from Schwarzildo's accurate solution of Einstein's general theory of relativity, which was published a year earlier.It was a long-discussed concept, but in 1 it was confirmed that the first black hole "Cygnus X" existed.Forty years later, in February 1971, the LIGO-VIRGO telescope first observed the union of two black holes, and science made another big leap.This discovery heralded a new and exciting era of observational astronomy based on the detection of gravitational waves.

With the latest technology, the Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 takes these fascinating scientific evolutions into the realm of electronic music.Vermeulen, who had worked on astrophysics-related music projects in the past, came up with the first idea for the album in 2016.It wasn't until 2018 when Concertgebouw Brugge (BE) commissioned new musical pieces and live shows for their Cosmos Festival that these conceptual ideas became a reality.This work finally resulted in the album "Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001".

This six-track album is produced using various simulation models of astrophysical black holes and data streams generated by observational data of extreme gravitational fields in outer space.

The data used to realize Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 are gravitational wave data, black hole data that generalizes black holes to a higher dimension, neutron star data, white dwarf data, and elementary particles around black holes. Trajectory data, etc.

Mathematician and artist Fermuren has effectively designed and programmed new systems and technologies for innovative data sonification, a means of converting data into sound and music.They were used to transform black hole data and related mathematical models into a compelling and inspiring multidimensional sound experience.

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"Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 is the concept-driven, new electronic album from Dr. Valery Vermeulen featuring music produced using data from one of the most enigmatic, exotic objects in space --black holes. With this album Vermeulen augments electronic music, art and science in previously unexplored ways.

Black holes were first theoretically discovered and proposed in 1916 by German physicist and astronomer Karl Schwarzchild. Their possible existence resulted from an exact solution Schwarzchild had found of Einstein's theory of General Relativity published a year earlier. Being a long-contested concept, the existence of the first black hole, Cygnus X, was confirmed in 1971. Four decades later, in February 2016, science made another huge leap as the first merger of two black holes was observed by the LIGO – VIRGO telescope. This discovery announced a new exciting era in observational astronomy based on gravitational wave detection.

Using the latest technology, Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 connects these fascinating scientific evolutions to the realm of electronic music. Having worked on previous astrophysics related musical projects, Vermeulen had the first idea for the album in 2016. It was not until 2018 that these conceptual ideas became a reality when Concertgebouw Brugge (BE) commissioned a new musical piece and live show for their Cosmos Festival. This work ultimately resulted in the album Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001.

The six-track album is produced using data streams generated by various simulation models of astrophysical black holes and observational data of regions in space with extreme gravitational fields.

Data used for the realization of Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 includes gravitational wave data, data generated by black branes (ie higher dimensional generalizations of black holes), neutron star data, data from white dwarfs and trajectory data of elementary particles near black holes.

As a mathematician and artist, Vermeulen effectively designed and programmed new innovative data sonification, ie the means to translate data into sound and music, systems and techniques. These were used to transform black hole data and their associated mathematical models into engaging, moving and multidimensional. sound experiences. "

Artist: Valery Vermeulen

Label: Touch

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Belgian acoustician / mathematician Michael ValleraValery Vermeulen announces 2020This album was released on the British experimental label Ash International in XNUMX.

Includes 7 conceptual ambient drone-drone techno songs created based on black hole data.Digipak and shrink specifications.Below is a description of the label.

Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 is a new concept-driven electronic album by Dr. Valery Vermeulen, using data from the black hole, the most mysterious and exotic celestial body in the universe.With this album, Vermeulen extends electronic music, art and science in unprecedented ways.

Black holes were first theoretically discovered and proposed in 1916 by German physicist and astronomer Karl Schwarzschild.The existence of black holes stems from Schwarzildo's accurate solution of Einstein's general theory of relativity, which was published a year earlier.It was a long-discussed concept, but in 1 it was confirmed that the first black hole "Cygnus X" existed.Forty years later, in February 1971, the LIGO-VIRGO telescope first observed the union of two black holes, and science made another big leap.This discovery heralded a new and exciting era of observational astronomy based on the detection of gravitational waves.

With the latest technology, the Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 takes these fascinating scientific evolutions into the realm of electronic music.Vermeulen, who had worked on astrophysics-related music projects in the past, came up with the first idea for the album in 2016.It wasn't until 2018 when Concertgebouw Brugge (BE) commissioned new musical pieces and live shows for their Cosmos Festival that these conceptual ideas became a reality.This work finally resulted in the album "Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001".

This six-track album is produced using various simulation models of astrophysical black holes and data streams generated by observational data of extreme gravitational fields in outer space.

The data used to realize Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 are gravitational wave data, black hole data that generalizes black holes to a higher dimension, neutron star data, white dwarf data, and elementary particles around black holes. Trajectory data, etc.

Mathematician and artist Fermuren has effectively designed and programmed new systems and technologies for innovative data sonification, a means of converting data into sound and music.They were used to transform black hole data and related mathematical models into a compelling and inspiring multidimensional sound experience.

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Touch: Touch:

"Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 is the concept-driven, new electronic album from Dr. Valery Vermeulen featuring music produced using data from one of the most enigmatic, exotic objects in space --black holes. With this album Vermeulen augments electronic music, art and science in previously unexplored ways.

Black holes were first theoretically discovered and proposed in 1916 by German physicist and astronomer Karl Schwarzchild. Their possible existence resulted from an exact solution Schwarzchild had found of Einstein's theory of General Relativity published a year earlier. Being a long-contested concept, the existence of the first black hole, Cygnus X, was confirmed in 1971. Four decades later, in February 2016, science made another huge leap as the first merger of two black holes was observed by the LIGO – VIRGO telescope. This discovery announced a new exciting era in observational astronomy based on gravitational wave detection.

Using the latest technology, Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 connects these fascinating scientific evolutions to the realm of electronic music. Having worked on previous astrophysics related musical projects, Vermeulen had the first idea for the album in 2016. It was not until 2018 that these conceptual ideas became a reality when Concertgebouw Brugge (BE) commissioned a new musical piece and live show for their Cosmos Festival. This work ultimately resulted in the album Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001.

The six-track album is produced using data streams generated by various simulation models of astrophysical black holes and observational data of regions in space with extreme gravitational fields.

Data used for the realization of Mikromedas AdS / CFT 001 includes gravitational wave data, data generated by black branes (ie higher dimensional generalizations of black holes), neutron star data, data from white dwarfs and trajectory data of elementary particles near black holes.

As a mathematician and artist, Vermeulen effectively designed and programmed new innovative data sonification, ie the means to translate data into sound and music, systems and techniques. These were used to transform black hole data and their associated mathematical models into engaging, moving and multidimensional. sound experiences. "

Artist: Valery Vermeulen

Label: Touch