℗ 2020 Diversion Records
Released February 21, 2020
Duration 46m 54s
Catalogue No. DR016L002
Genre New Age (Contemporary Instrumental)
 

Tombland

Alexander Carson

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1.1
Tombland
Alexander Carson
8:07
1.2
Softer Still
Alexander Carson
4:07
1.3
Fool's Gold
Alexander Carson
5:12
1.4
Porous
Alexander Carson
4:08
1.5
Featherweight
Alexander Carson
4:25
1.6
More and More Morendo
Alexander Carson
3:07
1.7
Wait What
Alexander Carson
3:12
1.8
Cavell
Alexander Carson
3:36
1.9
Cloud Burst
Alexander Carson
3:04
1.10
Inkstain
Alexander Carson
4:15
1.11
London
Alexander Carson
3:41
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Diversion Records Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.00
-1.00 to -1.00
-16.67
-19.65 to -14.64
-13.78
-15.90 to -12.10
9
7 to 12
1
Tombland
-1.00-16.85-13.88
2
Softer Still
-1.00-15.10-12.18
3
Fool's Gold
-1.00-16.45-13.38
4
Porous
-1.00-14.64-12.77
5
Featherweight
-1.00-17.39-14.610
6
More and More Morendo
-1.00-15.30-12.79
7
Wait What
-1.00-14.90-12.28
8
Cavell
-1.00-17.22-14.310
9
Cloud Burst
-1.00-19.65-15.912
10
Inkstain
-1.00-18.55-14.810
11
London
-1.00-17.36-15.28

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