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October 08, 2012

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Well... that "1000 Abstract Machines" recording was rather... weird. Don't know if it could be termed "music," though.

I'd have spiced it up somewhat with edited strings of dialed MF tones, maybe a little "MF Boogie," with stacked tandem sounds un-kerchinking, interspersed into the mix if had had any input. Of course, talk is cheap, and armchair critiques just too easy. 8^}

Dr. Schaefer

Ranger Fuzzy

That's fantastic!

Highly reminiscent of the Musique Concrete movement, especially Varese's "organized sound" compositions (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgard_Varèse.)

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