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In 2 Sets
- 25 Tracks, 1.06.05
In 1 Group
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This track is composed from material extracted from three pre-existing tracks (“The Find Beauty, Even in the Mundane,” “Immaterial Girl,” “Libertarian Entertainment Automaton”) by C. Reider, all of which were released on the album The Conjuncts on the deriv.cc netlabel, and were themselves derived from the following: “Garden City” and “Ventilation” from Tulse Hill by Hannah Marshall; “LichenWall” from Gardening by Steve Moyes; “Eighteen Events” from Not One Nor by Daniel Barbiero; “Awkward Customer” from [m2012/30-09] by Restive; “cues two three” and “cue six” from Cue Sheet by Sighup; “Sending Dreams to She Downstream” from Pocket Suite by He Can Jog; “The Palsgraf Scale” from Weights and Measures by Gurdonark; “Bonus Track” from Pale by Leo Bettinelli and Pol Nieva; “Haunted Grace” from Haunted Grace on SoundCloud by Jess Lemont a.k.a. Be A Waterwolf; “Ochiita” from Gently Annoying by Xesús Valle; and “Once More With Intellect” from [m2012/30-09] by Restive.
Description of Mark Rushton's process in planning, composing, and recording 'Beauty Girl Automation":
"I extracted the sections from the OGG tracks, converted them to WAV, and loaded them into the Samplr app in my iPad. I doubled each up, but only used 5 of the 6 in the mix. "02" was lowered 3 octaves, "04" was lowered two octaves, and "06" was lowered 4 octaves. Then I went about finding sections, adjusting settings, and coming up with what you hear. I made several variations, and then had to re-record my final version due to a lousy audio recorder that was throwing off buzz. The final version sounded so good, I edited to the max time of 5 minutes. Then transfer. Volume adjustment. Fades. Title. Upload...