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about the record

"Actoma" is a full length record by New York–based musician James Emrick. Emrick may be best known for his work with Kinet Media, handling sound design and scoring for a number of their projects. He utilizes an array of granular and feedback processes within Max/MSP environments to arrive at an idiosyncratic form of computer music that feels willfully opposed to operating within the sediments of the genre. Techniques such as real-time granulation of samples, Shepard tones, grain diffusion, and complex windowing allow Emrick to dramatize his source material in fascinating ways, and each moment of "Actoma" teems with widescreen textural allure.

Perhaps Emrick’s greatest accomplishment is creating a music that remains rigorously committed to severe levels of abstraction while avoiding sterility and coldness entirely. It is a strange and otherworldly landscape indeed, but there is a consciousness there to perceive and record it.

  1. 1 - MWLHWOF-4 3:29
  2. 2 - Upqp 3:42
  3. 3 - Skor 2:16
  4. 4 - Nooumenon 6:06
  5. 5 - Saxd 3:25
  6. 6 - NIAUW 2:42
  7. 7 - My TK1 2:53
  8. 8 - Coufal 1:32
  9. 9 - Micle 4:03
  10. 10 - Begin_m 2:58
  11. 11 - Barrel Arbor 2:55

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32,00

only 3 left

  1. 1 - MWLHWOF-4 3:29
  2. 2 - Upqp 3:42
  3. 3 - Skor 2:16
  4. 4 - Nooumenon 6:06
  5. 5 - Saxd 3:25
  6. 6 - NIAUW 2:42
  7. 7 - My TK1 2:53
  8. 8 - Coufal 1:32
  9. 9 - Micle 4:03
  10. 10 - Begin_m 2:58
  11. 11 - Barrel Arbor 2:55

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

about the record

"Actoma" is a full length record by New York–based musician James Emrick. Emrick may be best known for his work with Kinet Media, handling sound design and scoring for a number of their projects. He utilizes an array of granular and feedback processes within Max/MSP environments to arrive at an idiosyncratic form of computer music that feels willfully opposed to operating within the sediments of the genre. Techniques such as real-time granulation of samples, Shepard tones, grain diffusion, and complex windowing allow Emrick to dramatize his source material in fascinating ways, and each moment of "Actoma" teems with widescreen textural allure.

Perhaps Emrick’s greatest accomplishment is creating a music that remains rigorously committed to severe levels of abstraction while avoiding sterility and coldness entirely. It is a strange and otherworldly landscape indeed, but there is a consciousness there to perceive and record it.

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