Nano Electronics - Audio Demo by LUFTRUM published on 2013/10/21 07:47:35 +0000 Nano Electronics released on SamplePhonics: http://zfer.us/75QZ9 Exploring the sound realm of electronic circuitry in laptops, iOS devices, game consoles, cellphones and a wealth of other electronic devices. Recorded in 24bit/48khz with a professional Sound Devices 702 and special stereo microphones (modified JrF Coil Pick-Ups) capturing tiny electronic particles many beyond the human auditory range. The result is a remarkably collection of circuit boards, startup and shutdown sequences, robotics, bleeps, drones, abstract backdrops and moving textures. Each samples have undergone a volume gain and spectral audio correction where necessary but are otherwise left un-fx'ed to preserve the audio source as original as possible. The samples are rendered at a normalizing level -2dB headroom with no further processing, keeping the full dynamic range intact. All samples are then carefully tagged with appropriate iXML and BEXT metadata for use with Soundminer and Basehead.