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Metallic Minimal

Various Artists

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats
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1.1
Superconductors
Miguel d'Oliveira
1:51
1.2
Crispr
Dru Masters; Tony Barnard
2:19
1.3
New Forms
Daniel Peppe; Jon Collyer
2:39
1.4
Imaginary Alloy
Miguel d'Oliveira
2:16
1.5
Recursion
Dru Masters; Tony Barnard
2:14
1.6
Magnetic Shield
Miguel d'Oliveira
2:15
1.7
Circular
Andrew Christie; Skip Armstrong
2:31
1.8
Curve
Dru Masters; Tony Barnard
2:15
1.9
Folding
Daniel Peppe; Jon Collyer
2:23
1.10
Crystal Structure
Miguel d'Oliveira
1:54
1.11
Mechanistic
Andrew Christie; Skip Armstrong
2:36
1.12
Swarms
Dru Masters; Tony Barnard
2:06
1.13
Radiator Beam
Miguel d'Oliveira
2:16
1.14
Emergent
Daniel Peppe; Jon Collyer
2:59
1.15
Metallic Pulse
Andrew Christie; Skip Armstrong
2:36
1.16
Weaver
Dru Masters; Tony Barnard
2:13
1.17
Apparatus
Andrew Christie; Skip Armstrong
2:31
1.18
After Light
Dru Masters; Tony Barnard
1:56
1.19
Diffraction
Daniel Peppe; Jon Collyer
2:19
Total Playing Time    44:09
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – KPM Main Series Studio Masters

Tracks 3, 14, 19 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM Tracks 4, 9 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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