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Digital release of this micro-edition hand-cut 7" single record, issued in June of 2009 in an edition of 25, presaging the later "Halle (Saale)" LP.
released June 1, 2009
“Studio” recordings (excerpts) of two installation pieces for Modular Synthesizer, both utilizing a light sensitive resistor driven Analogue Shift Register patch that feeds discrete/quantized “Bucket-Brigade” voltages to four Analogue Oscillators and a Spring Reverb.
After a series of more harsh / cut-up releases, this is my love-letter to the “Jukebox” 7” record; both pieces are quite “Romance” oriented (despite being entirely automatic in nature) & could be seen as something of a return to the popular-music value-system (harmony, regular motor rhythm, modal/harmonic development).
Edition of 25 copies; each copy was individually cut onto “Blank” 7” slugs (lathe-cut records these are not; the fidelity is outstanding, to my ears exceeding even that of a commercially-manufactured 7” record) & individually numbered (in the dead wax). Full-color labels show halbczszczons lounging with a few of his favorite sides, & the records inserted into “Vintage” green inner sleeves, then stuffed into a 6-mil “Milky” outer sleeve with a gratis 45rpm adapter.