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  4. Aural Films

    Blackouts by Jack Hertz

    Blackouts is a collection of new works inspired by and composed during the recent events in Northern California. This album is dedicated to all who face the strange calamity of depending on companies that put us in harms way without recourse. There is s certain irony in an electronic music album about the rolling blackouts in California. When electricity was shut off with little warning, people in cities, towns, and all walks of life were left in the dark with only the excuse that Pacific Gas & Electric didn't want to be liable for another wild fire. In the time since, we have learned a lot about our reliance on them and how powerless we are, in both senses of the word.
  5. Aural Films

    Transmuted By by Anantakara

    One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” ― Carl Gustav Jung The first two compositions are darker while the last one brings more lightness, the one that is offered when life returns. 1. Incantations How to emerge from the cleavage duality by accepting opposites as true each one seen in the totality they constitute. No feminine without masculine, no evil without good, no noise without silence, no day without night. A dynamic wholeness, witness of itself and which cannot be reduced to synthesis or unity. 2. Incandescence Rubbing against the dark matter to find a transfigured light 3. Initiations The last piece is a live recording of music composed for choreography. It is made up of several motifs that offered a guideline for dancers who had no other instructions than to let themselves be carried away by the musical proposal, hence the notion of an initiatory journey that spawned coherence in the unknown.
  6. Aural Films

    Topic: Transmuted By by Anantakara

    One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” ― Carl Gustav Jung The first two compositions are darker while the last one brings more lightness, the one that is offered when life returns. 1. Incantations How to emerge from the cleavage duality by accepting opposites as true each one seen in the totality they constitute. No feminine without masculine, no evil without good, no noise without silence, no day without night. A dynamic wholeness, witness of itself and which cannot be reduced to synthesis or unity. 2. Incandescence Rubbing against the dark matter to find a transfigured light 3. Initiations The last piece is a live recording of music composed for choreography. It is made up of several motifs that offered a guideline for dancers who had no other instructions than to let themselves be carried away by the musical proposal, hence the notion of an initiatory journey that spawned coherence in the unknown. View full album
  7. Aural Films

    Astronauts 3 by Phrozenlight

    The exploration of the Universe has been a great inspiration for electronic music artists from the beginning of the Space-Age into the present. Aural Films is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon landing with a new on-going series featuring collections by Space Music artists from around the world. Volume 3 continues with a collection of music from ever prolific Netherlands Electronic Music artist, Phrozenlight.
  8. Aural Films

    Topic: Astronauts 3 by Phrozenlight

    The exploration of the Universe has been a great inspiration for electronic music artists from the beginning of the Space-Age into the present. Aural Films is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon landing with a new on-going series featuring collections by Space Music artists from around the world. Volume 3 continues with a collection of music from ever prolific Netherlands Electronic Music artist, Phrozenlight. View full album
  9. The 1970s spawned the first truly portable analog synthesizer, and while it was quickly adopted by lots of renowned musical artists including Jan Hammer, Chick Corea, Rick Wakeman, Jean-Michel Jarre, Isao Tomita and Keith Emerson to name a few, it was somewhat temperamental and very expensive. An ultra-affordable homage to that iconic synthesizer, with all the features of the original and then some, the Behringer POLY D lets you conjure up virtually any monophonic or polyphonic sound imaginable with incredible finesse and ease. The pure analog signal path is based on authentic VCO, VCF, VCA and ladder filter designs in conjunction with a dedicated and fully analog triangle/square wave LFO. Owning a POLY D is like having your own personal time machine, enabling you to freely embrace the past – or shape the future! True to the Original Great care has been taken in designing the POLY D including the true to the original “D Type” circuitry with its matched transistors and JFETs, ultra-high precision 0.1% thin film resistors and polyphenylene sulphide capacitors. This highly-focused attention to detail is what gives the POLY D its ultra-flexible sound shaping capability, which covers everything from super-fat bass and lead tones, stunning effects, progressive organ sounds – and all the way out to the otherworldly sounds of your imagination. Big, Fat Tones The inspired synthesizer tracks laid down in the 1970s and '80s are etched in the annals of progressive rock, wave and synth-pop music forever, making them truly classic in every sense of the word. POLY D’s pure analog signal path with legendary VCO, VCF and VCA circuits, lets you recreate all of that magic – or design incredibly fat and original sounds that will make you a legend in your own right! Three Modes to Choose From With the POLY D, you can get the best of three worlds by switching between monophonic, polyphonic or unison modes. With the POLY D set to Mono, you can have the characteristics of a classic monophonic synth with fuller, more expressive solos, bass lines and portamentos. Flipping the switch to Poly allows you to play more than one note at the same time to produce stunning chord harmonies and luscious pads that add soul and depth to your music. Unison Mode thickens up your sound by layering all of the POLY D’s voices on top of each other, adding more harmonic content and creating a richer sound. Four VCOs The POLY D has four highly-flexible Voltage Controlled Oscillators (VCOs) that provide an incredible range of 5 waveforms for sculpting the perfect sound. Oscillators 1, 2 and 3 options include: triangular; triangular/saw; saw; square; wide pulse; and narrow pulse, while OSC 4 features: triangular; reverse saw; saw; square; wide pulse; and narrow pulse. Additionally, all 4 VCOs can be adjusted across an extremely-wide, 6-octave range (LO, 32’, 16’, 8’, 4’ and 2’). This amazing flexibility gives you all the tools you need to be your creative best. 24 dB Ladder Filter and VCA The very heart of the POLY D’s sound is its highly flexible 24 dB Ladder Filter, which lets you freely experiment with the Cutoff Frequency, Emphasis and Contour to dial in the perfect sound. POLY D’s Filter Mode switch can be set to either Lo- or Hi-pass for selecting the range of your choice. You can also adjust the Attack, Decay and Sustain controls to affect the cutoff frequency with time. Controls & Connectivity We just can’t help ourselves – like you, we're gear-heads, too. For those who want the numbers, POLY D has 84 controls, all laid out in a highly-intuitive format that puts the joy back into your music creation. Input and output connections include: MIDI I/O and Thru over USB/MIDI DIN; After Pressure and Velocity outputs with their own dedicated volume controls; internal and external V-Trig I/O; external Loudness, Filter, OSC, and modulation source outputs. Unleash Your Imagination When it comes to not just pushing envelopes but creating them, POLY D gives your imagination its voice – and it’s so very affordable. When modern performance calls for classic analog sound – it calls for the Behringer POLY D! Visit your dealer to experience the stunning POLY D or get yours online today. Music never felt this good!
  10. lver

    Topic: The Garden of Emotions

    The Garden of Emotions is a studio album by Brazilian composer and keyboard player Eloy Fritsch. The CD presents symphonic themes with choirs, analog and digital synths dominating. It contains a varied selection of high-energy tracks. Solar Energy introduces a spacier atmosphere, with phasing pads and Berlin School sequences. The Beyond the Mountains is a very cinematic and return to the Classically inspired structures, with an extra Ethnic elements. Electric Light is synthetic with insisting sequences, vocoder and a simple repeating melodic theme. Flute, marimba sound and percussion welcome the coming of Savage before a melodic synth theme appears. Space Station is another foray into a purely synthetic world. The Canyon of Hope finishes this album with flowing synths, symphonic textures and a reflective e-piano. View full album
  11. lver

    The Garden of Emotions

    The Garden of Emotions is a studio album by Brazilian composer and keyboard player Eloy Fritsch. The CD presents symphonic themes with choirs, analog and digital synths dominating. It contains a varied selection of high-energy tracks. Solar Energy introduces a spacier atmosphere, with phasing pads and Berlin School sequences. The Beyond the Mountains is a very cinematic and return to the Classically inspired structures, with an extra Ethnic elements. Electric Light is synthetic with insisting sequences, vocoder and a simple repeating melodic theme. Flute, marimba sound and percussion welcome the coming of Savage before a melodic synth theme appears. Space Station is another foray into a purely synthetic world. The Canyon of Hope finishes this album with flowing synths, symphonic textures and a reflective e-piano.
  12. The Behringer TD-3-SR is an Analog Bass Line Synthesizer with VCO, VCF, 16-Step Sequencer, Distortion Effects and 16-Voice Poly Chain. FEATURES Amazing Bass Line synthesizer with true analog circuitry for bass and groove sounds Authentic reproduction of original circuitry with matched transistors Pure analog signal path based on legendary VCO, VCF and VCA designs Sawtooth and square waveform VCO with transistor wave-shaping circuitry Amazing 4-pole low-pass resonant filter with cut-off, resonance, envelope, decay and accent controls Easy-to-use 16-step sequencer with 7 tracks, each with 250 user patterns Arpeggiator with wide patterns for great sound effects Distortion circuitry modeled after the DS-1* adds insane spice and edge to your sounds 16-voice Poly Chain allows combining multiple synthesizers for up to 16 voice polyphony 11 controls and 28 switches to give you direct and real-time access to all important parameters MIDI and USB implementation with MIDI channel and Voice Priority selection Designed and engineered in Italy
  13. Christian Gorsky

    Sun And Snow ... and other things

    Different styles of music combined on this album. Some people say, it is a very personal album. Also on this album a rerecording of one of the first Tracks ever recorded in the basement
  14. Christian Gorsky

    Topic: Sun And Snow ... and other things

    Different styles of music combined on this album. Some people say, it is a very personal album. Also on this album a rerecording of one of the first Tracks ever recorded in the basement View full album
  15. If you need extra beats (for musicians or DJs), please check my RM1x on reverb site, it's for sale. https://reverb.com/item/28379340-yamaha-rm1x-sequencer-remixer-2000-blue Thanks all!
  16. Selling my emu sampler with 8 sounds CDs and Apple ram player. Check my listing on Reverb https://reverb.com/item/29377408-e-mu-e4xt-ultra-sampler-rack-module-with-8-sounds-cds-apple-ram-player-manual-cords Thanks!
  17. Jack Hertz

    Roland JUPITER-Xm Synthesizer

    Since the release of the JUPITER-4 in 1978, the name JUPITER has marked the pinnacle of Roland sound and playability. Roland synthesizers with the JUPITER name carry our most advanced sound technologies, are supremely playable, and are built from premium materials. JUPITER-Xm combines classic Roland design and premium build quality with a powerful new synth engine. It faithfully recreates sought-after instruments from our long history of genre-defining sounds. And with multiple layers, loads of polyphony, and deep hands-on control, you can craft huge, spacious sounds that have as much sparkle as they have warmth and punch. JUPITER-Xm may redefine what you think a synthesizer can be. It has a universe of sounds, expanding all the time. It can jam with you, inspire you, and capture your ideas. It can go just about anywhere, and it doesn’t need any cables or wires to function—not even for power. The JUPITER-Xm is an entire electronic production and performance environment that you can put under one arm. Where you take it, is up to you. Classic analog to vintage digital. And beyond. JUPITER-Xm is equipped with our latest sound engine, capable of morphing into legendary synths from our long history of genre-defining sounds. It’s so flexible that it can reproduce our highly sought-after analog classics like the JUPITER-8, JUNO-106 and SH-101, but also vintage digital machines like the XV-5080 and modern RD pianos. You also get the many Roland drum machines that are the foundation of electronic and dance music like the TR-808, 909, 707, 727, 606, CR-78 and more. It’s like a studio full of vintage gear, with modern capabilities and a deep synth engine so you can explore unmapped sonic territory. Intelligent. Inspiring. Need something wonderful, fast? The JUPITER-Xm’s I-Arpeggio is a next generation arpeggiator that uses artificial intelligence to not just accompany you, but to inspire you. I-Arpeggio takes your input—notes, rhythms, phrases—and creates complementary drum parts, basslines, chords, and arpeggiated lines. It works on each of JUPITER-Xm’s five parts simultaneously, and generated patterns can be customized and even exported to your DAW. These aren’t preset backing tracks, but intelligently generated beats and phrases that fill out your live performance and pulverize writer’s block. Find the sweet spots In addition to its informative display, JUPITER-Xm has an array of large, comfortable knobs, sliders, and buttons. They feel sturdy and precise for incredibly smooth sweeps and subtle changes. There’s a dedicated effects section and switching between synth layers is quick, so you can immediately take control of any aspect of the sound. This kind of natural, hands-on control gives you the feeling of reaching in and touching the sound, shaping it to find just the right settings for the moment. The power of polyphony JUPITER-Xm can layer up to five parts, four for synths and one for drums. To power all of this, you have up to 256 notes of polyphony available overall, with up to 32 notes available for authentic models of Roland classics like the JX-8P or JUPITER-8. With so much polyphony available, you can create layers of sounds and backing parts without limiting complex chords or sacrificing your creative vision. Create the perfect bass and lead split with an SH-101 and JUNO-106, layer a rich RD piano with lush JX-8P strings, or make a monster stack of JUPITER-8s. Built to last. Made to play. Whether it’s a personal studio, professional studio, or part of a touring rig, JUPITER-Xm is right at home. Tough metal and premium components mean it stands up to the rigors of live performance and always feels solid and precise. The high-quality, balanced connections, full-sized MIDI jacks, and multiple pedal inputs mean JUPITER-Xm is ready for any kind of situation. So portable. So playable. Too often you must sacrifice playability and expression for something easily portable. JUPITER-Xm strikes a perfect balance with an all-new 37-key slim keyboard that redefines what a compact keyboard can be. Small doesn’t have to mean cheap, and in the case of the JUPITER-Xm, you get solid, responsive keys and three full octaves in a space generally reserved for a lot less. Ever-expanding JUPITER-Xm is part of an expandable platform so it can be updated with fresh new content as it becomes available.
  18. The exploration of the Universe has been a great inspiration for electronic music artists from the beginning of the Space-Age into the present. Aural Films is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon landing with a new on-going series featuring collections by Space Music artists from around the world. Volume 2 continues with a collection of music from another fine German Electronic Music artist, Michael Brückner.
  19. The exploration of the Universe has been a great inspiration for electronic music artists from the beginning of the Space-Age into the present. Aural Films is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon landing with a new on-going series featuring collections by Space Music artists from around the world. Volume 2 continues with a collection of music from another fine German Electronic Music artist, Michael Brückner. View full album
  20. Jack Hertz

    TINRS RectangularThing

    While playing with the re-issued Curtis chips we hit upon such an audio-aesthetically pleasing prototype that we could not resist manufacturing a limited run of 20 fully analog synthesizers. This Is Not Rocket Science RectangularThing is a classic synthesizer with two oscillators, two envelopes, two VCAs, a mixer, a highpass and a lowpass filter and allows you to adjust the hardware on the back to do your own Thing. Our RectangularThing has a unique way of making rich analog waveforms based on sub-oscillation with our Rambler. Rambler is a combination between two oscillators – it uses a sub-oscillator to switch very quickly between oscillator 1 and oscillator 2 on every sub-oscillator transition. We have also created a ‘sawpulse’ which is an oscillator that alternates between saw and pulse cycles creating a new waveform. !?!?! knobs on RectangularThing are there for you to decide. These knobs control the output of the sub-oscillators and you can change that Thing. By rearranging the jumpers on the back you can select if the top oscillator has either a sub-oscillator or a Rambler oscillator (jumper at SubOsc 1) and for the bottom oscillator you can decide on having a Rambler, sub-oscillator or a sawpulse (jumper at SubOsc 2). You can also select the order of highpass and lowpass filtering by adjusting the Filters jumper. The SYNC switch toggles between soft / off / hard synchronisation of both oscillators in your RectangularThing. The top oscillator is the basis for the bottom oscillator to sync to. When the switch is in the hard sync position, the starting point of a new cycle of the top oscillator forces the bottom oscillator to also start a new cycle. When the switch is in the soft sync position, the starting points of a new cycle are gradually aligned and when the switch is in the off sync position, your oscillators are ignoring each other.
  21. H-Pi Instruments has teamed up with mitxela (the genius behind the world's smallest MIDI synthesizer) to bring you FLASH, the world's first and only very-tiny MIDI-powered polyphonic microtonal FM synthesizer. Two years in development, this little 16-voice wonder fits in your pocket and doesn't require a power supply. Just plug it into a standard MIDI OUT port*, plug in your headphones, and away you go! FLASH features unlimited dynamic General MIDI microtuning for ease-of-use with 16-channel polyphonic tuned output from TBX2, TBX1, and Tonal Plexus TPX keyboards, and also features a mini UART-programmer which allows you to assign unique microtonal tuning tables to each of 16 MIDI input channels for full microtonal output compatibility with literally thousands of standard MIDI controllers as well as multichannel controllers like MIDI guitars and MIDI organs without a tuning device, not to mention advanced 2048 unique-pitch-output for the Tonal Plexus and other microtonal controllers like the Microzone, Axis 64, and Terpstra keyboards. Of course you can also use it as a normal synth with normal tuning ... if you're into that sort of thing. The FLASH UART-programmer interfaces via USB with Universal Tuning Editor (UTE) cross-platform software (free license included), so you can edit tunings and upload them to the synth. Firmware is also user-upgradable via the programmer, so features can be improved or added at any time. NOTE: FLASH draws its power straight from the MIDI socket! All MIDI OUT ports which are made to the specification of the MIDI Manufacturer's Association (MMA) will work. MIDI OUT ports not made to the MMA spec will not work! Be sure you understand this before you buy. We will try to compile a list of MIDI devices which have non-compliant out ports (under construction). FEATURES Tuning + Unlimited pitch General MIDI microtuning up to 16 voices polyphony + NOTE: The MIDI Manufacturer's Association has now officially recognized this method of microtuning, calling it MPE. + 16 full range programmable tunings of 128 notes each = 2048 programmable fixed pitches + Voluntary pitch bending from retuned fixed-pitch centres + Largest tuning error ~ 0.006 cents Synthesis + FM synthesis engine designed by mitxela + Controllable via MIDI CCs Voice Modes + POLY: 16 voices, one oscillator per voice, mono LR audio output + POLY-STEREO: 8 voices, one oscillator per voice, stereo audio output + MONO: 1 voice, 16 oscillators layered, mono LR audio output Inputs and Outputs + MIDI DIN input (for MIDI and power) + 3,5 mm stereo headphones audio output Electronics + Designed in the UK by mitxela + Assembled in Bulgaria Enclosures + Synth main housing made in Germany by Lumberg GmbH, Nickel-plated Zinc Alloy 50 x 14 x 14 mm + UART-programmer housing - Aluminium (2mm thick) 50 x 25 x 25 mm, hand made in Germany
  22. Its a well-kept secret, but Cakewalk has risen from the ashes of Gibson. In fact, Cakewalk by Bandlab (or CbB) as it is now known is at the moment very much alive and well with on-going improvements and fixes. Not only that, but it is free--as in no cost, though from what I have read you do have to log in via the BandLab Assistant software something like every six months. However, with the frequent improvents (new features, etc.) when you boot the new and improved Cakewalk, there's a small box that tells you an update is available. Old-timers like me will appreciate that old plug-ins purchased over the years (or decades as the case may be) have their TTS/Cakewalk/Sonar plug-ins (well, most of them in my experience) migrate to the current incarnation of Cakewalk. I have even had the old-style *.wrk files (predating *.cwp files) work!!!! Old-timers who paid hundreds or thousands over the years/decades need not be jealous that now anyone can get Cakewalk by BandLab for free--because we have years/decades of the Cakewalk plug-ins that are not part of a new installation. Some footnotes: Among other things, BandLab also has the web/browser-based BandLab software. That should not be confused with Cakewalk by BandLab, though I just stumbled onto a "preview feature" that might appeal to electronic musicians wishing the complexity of a full-featured DAW combined with the collaborative potential of BandLab--"BandLab import and export (preview feature)." Apologies if enthusiasm is out of place here. We all have our own preferred tools, workflows, etc. for sure, but when I saw that the most recent post here about Cakewalk was "Goodbye . . . Gibson Pulls Plug on Classic DAW," I wanted to sing praises of its resurrection!
  23. While many people use gear and software synths for factory patches and patch libraries made by third parties, many also create their own. I have found a useful tool for sorting through the E-Mu patches I have created the E-Mu Patch Library Software found here. To share some of the ones from my personal collection, I have found the section for E-Mu patches here to be promising. Perhaps others would want to share their original patches, too.
  24. Very often discussion groups tend to be organized around specific gear; however, the structure of the E-Mu Synth engine is common to different product lines. In fact, the very popular E-Mu ROMPlers inherit much from the previous generation of E-Mu Samplers. Some users of the gear (and the less well-know software versions, Proteus X and Emulator X) are drawn to E-Mu's architecture for its use of virtual patch cords, recalling patch creation found in modular synthesizers of earlier generations.
  25. Jack Hertz

    Warm Place Fractal Bits Drum Synth

    Fractal Bits is a drum synth with over four billion unique sounds created by fractal algorithms. Each set of 12 drums corresponds to a code of 8 characters (you can save/copy/paste it as plain text). Features: search for new sounds with three buttons: next random set (>>>), edit code, previous set (<<<); three types of keyboards for live drumming: on-screen buttons, PC keyboard, MIDI input; six additional processing parameters + control of all parameters via MIDI; real-time audio recording to WAV (32-bit); export to: WAV (one file or a set), SunVox (samples + effects in one file), text clipboard; the LCK button freezes individual drums - they will not change during the search for new sets; iOS: Audio Unit Extension (AUv3), Audiobus, Wi-Fi export/import.
  26. Eight Voice Digital Drum Computer & Sampler Alive and kicking Digitakt is a new compact sampling drum machine from Elektron. It contains all the necessary tools to make people move to the beat. A digital and highly flexible sound engine, sampling capability, a live-friendly sequencer, dedicated tracks for controlling external MIDI gear, and Overbridge support. Drum machines are something of an Elektron speciality. With the Digitakt we show why. Super quality Digitakt is made for heavy use. It features all new hi res encoders and extremely durable back-lit buttons (rated for 50 million presses). The ultra crisp OLED screen perfectly renders the clear and streamlined user interface. Beat making powerhouse Compact, rugged and to the point. Digitakt is a formidable drum machine and sampler. With an astounding feature set and an exquisite digital sound engine, the stage is set for a striking encounter. Elektron Digitakt 8-voice Drum Machine, Sampler and Groove Sequencer, with 8 Audio Tracks, 8 MIDI Tracks, 64MB Sample Memory, and 1GB+ Onboard Storage. Digitakt provides a compact drum machine solution for a computer based rig. It makes beat making a tactile and rewarding experience. It can also double as a sound card, making it perfect for the nimble studio. Elektron Transfer makes it easy to move samples from your computer to your Digitakt , and vice versa. Factory content Digitakt comes pre-loaded with heaps of great electronic and acoustic sounds. Drums, percussion, synths, and FX are all part of the sound palette. The sample collection allows you to start creating, experimenting and producing right away. Also included is an assortment of absolutely stellar acoustic drum kit samples, meticulously sampled by the renowned drum sample company That Sound. 400+ Factory Samples including: + 5 acoustic drum kits - 4 of which by That Sound + 23 electronic drum kits + 42 synth one shots + 44 synth stabs and pads + 83 single cycle oscillators and noise loops Overbridge for Digitakt Fully integrate Digitakt with DAW environments Control Digitakt with a dedicated VST/AU plugin interface Use Digitakt as a 2 in/2 out sound card (CoreAudio/ASIO/WDM) Stream the eight internal tracks, external inputs, and main bus to separate DAW tracks (24 bit/48 kHz) Recall all Digitakt settings when loading a DAW project Sample management functionality Digitakt specifications: + 8 internal audio tracks & 8 dedicated MIDI tracks + 1 × Multi-mode filter, Overdrive effect, and Assignable LFO per audio track + Delay and Reverb send FX + Sampling capability with 64 MB sample memory & 1 GB +Drive storage + 1 × Headphones output + 2 × ¼” balanced main output / 2 × ¼” input + 1 × High Speed USB 2.0 port + MIDI In/Out/Thru with DIN sync out
  27. The Woods is a single from the upcoming album Ruins by Alex Haas. Alex Haas (born 1963, NYC, USA,) label owner of Sonicontinuum, has been working with many renowned artists including U2, Brian Eno, Eric Clapton, Kronos Quartet, Pat Metheny and Bill Laswell. His first collaboration with Dutch composer Michel Banabila started in April on Collector, a track from Banabila's album Uprooted (Tapu Records / 2019). They then decided to renew their collaboration on The Woods, and Alex invited his long time collaborator, Bill Laswell to join this recording. The Woods became an atmospheric organic blend of experimental ambient, 4th world exotica and lush electronics. Synths and treated guitars by Alex Haas are mixed with Banabila's electronically processed voices, keys and field recordings, together with deep bass sounds by Laswell. Mixed and produced by Alex Haas. mastered by Marlon Wolterink.
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