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You Are the Universe

Preliminary Saturation

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1
Weltraumförscher
Preliminary Saturation
10:07
2
Die Schwerelosigkeit
Preliminary Saturation
16:13
3
Umkreisen
Preliminary Saturation
13:19
Total Playing Time    39:39
It was late 2004 when Spanish label CONV released Textures and Mobiles, by Jos Smolders, in a limited run of only 100 CDr’s. This amazing album was based on a limited set of sounds: dtmf and ccitt tones that were generated by telephones and pure sine waves that interfere with each other. It came in like a wrecking ball! For us at least. A couple of years later, at Jos’ birthday party, we used samples of this album in a celebratory live performance. A couple of more years and years later we decided to make a recycle / remix project out of it, processed Jos’ original sounds, added some of our own spices and poured the results into this album.

You Are The Universe is the latest album by Preliminary Saturation, a duo consisting of Steffan de Turck and Wouter Jaspers.
96.0 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Moving Furniture Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-3 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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