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Nearest - Triggers mp3 Performer: Nearest
Album: Triggers
Country: US
Released: 26 Aug 2015
Style: Ambient, Darkwave, Abstract
Label: Trixine Corp.
Genre: Electro
Size MP3: 1543 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 365
Record Source: 7 × File, FLAC, EP




Tracklist


1Tempramental Euphoria4:51
2Hyperbolic Transgression5:51
3Peripherial Equalibrium3:52
4Body Signals5:16
5A Myriad Of Truths5:32
6Coveted Vices6:22
7Threshold To Response3:26


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneNearest Triggers ‎(CDr, EP, Ltd, Num)Trixine Corp.noneUS2015


Notes


This release is a deeper exploration into sound-sculpting and pattern making, utilizing analog and digital machines linked through control voltage, MIDI, and personal computers, whose creation dates span almost half a century. Gear includes: Access Virus A, Emu X-L7 & PX-7, Roland TR-707, Korg DW-8000, Korg Mono/Poly, Emu Emulator ii, Arp Axxe, Yamaha QY-70, and other similar, classic gear. Most of the tracks are single take, recorded line-level to a digital stereo recorder (2 track-only), with little to no overdubs. Most of the flaws (such as vocal clipping or minor flubs) were left in place to continue the momentum of the jam.


Album


Triggers by Nearest, released 26 August 2015 1. Coveted Vices 2. Body Signals 3. Threshold to Response 4. Tempramental Euphoria 5. Hyperbolic Transgression 6. Peripherial Equalibrium 7. A Myriad of Truths This release is a deeper exploration into sound-sculpting and pattern making, utilizing analog and digital machines linked through control voltage, MIDI, and personal computers, whose creation dates span almost half a century. Gear includes: Access Virus A, Emu X-L7 & PX-7, Roland TR-707, Korg DW-8000, Korg MonoPoly, Emu Emulator ii, Arp Axxe, Yamaha QY-70, and other similar, classic gea. Listen free to Nearest Triggers Coveted Vices, Body Signals and more. 7 tracks 35:10. An accumulation of lost feelings, reflections, and passions. Nearest has a track in this mix. Enjoy mcgs-backroom-347-ambient-mix-t. A Myriad of Truths, by Nearest. from the album Triggers. 16 November 2016 . Nearest Neighbour - Sculpture. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Nearest Neighbour. Исполнитель: Sculpture. 2018 electronic. Heartbeats And Triggers, Translator's debut album, was released in 1982 on 415 Records, distributed by Columbia Records. It contains the hit single, Everywhere That I'm Not. Some LP copies of this album made use of the short-lived CX noise reduction system which was introduced by Columbia Records. In 2007 the album was re-issued on CD by Wounded Bird Records. The three other albums Translator released between 1982 and 1986 were also re-issued at the same time. Everywhere That I'm Not. Machine learning and Data Mining sure sound like complicated things, but that isn't always the case. Here we talk about the surprisingly simple have successfully opted out of U. Email Offers. We're sorry, we were not able to save your request at this in Germany, Denmark, Norway and Sweden, along with many other countries were open with no problems, President Trump said on his calls for reopening schools. Those other countries have all successfully flattened their curves, while the United States has a continuing rise in cases. Tucson, Arizona Mayor Regina Romero says she was absolutely not comfortable with reopening schools at the moment. Kanye West's Auto-Tune-heavy, emotionally naked fourth album came after a brutal year during which his mother died and his engagement broke up, but the album's cavernous sound and exposed-soul lyrics confused even those who had been aware of West's recent trials. Its core aesthetic was like nothing in hip-hop: freshly butchered feelings enumerated in detail, but masked by digital processing beds of spare synths used to balance a mix of singing and rapping. The album cover as art form begins with Alex Steinweiss, an American designer who was hired by Columbia Records in 1938 and went on to also create imagery for Remington, Decca and Everest. It's thought that he designed 2,500 covers in a career that lasted into the 1970s and you could argue that he's never been bettered. Vaughan Oliver's work is unique - quite unlike most album cover design and a key part of the aesthetic of indie label 4AD in their early days. Influenced by Salvador Dali, his imagery can be both mysterious and surreal, as you'll know from his classic Pixies covers like Doolittle 1989, Bossanova 1990, and Trompe Le Monde 1991