Phil Maguire - Aural Documents #1 album downloadPerformer: Phil Maguire
Title: Aural Documents #1
Style: Experimental, Noise, Abstract, Field Recording
Size MP3 version: 1417 mb
Size FLAC version: 1326 mb
Size WMA version: 1454 mb
Format: DMF MIDI XM RA ADX APE WMA
Genre: Electronic / Audiofiles
Phil Maguire - Aural Documents #1 album download
The music presented here is an small example of the possibilities of Aural. We have used Aural for creating the musical scores, then we just added instruments.
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Document is the fifth studio album by American rock band . released on September 1, 1987 by . It was the first album by the band to be produced by Scott Litt. s first album to be co-produced both by the band and Scott Litt; this was a collaboration that continued through the productions of Green, Out of Time, Automatic for the People, Monster, and New Adventures in Hi-Fi.
The synaesthesic clarity of aural documents is such that I could draw it. Three individual groups of circular black blots, each separated by jagged rectangles that extend across the page like hedges seen from a birds eye perspective. Sonically, the blots are little digital plosives veering in and out of stereo synchronisation over the course of a single minute, like bubbles of water popping in my ears over and over again. Everything about aural documents is clean and exact; a precise negotiation of noise, time, space and silence, architecturally arranged into a structure of symmetry, right angles and impeccable counterbalance. The hand of the composer is barely present, intervening at the behest of necessity rather than preference, instigating switches in polarity rather than nudges of increment.
Aural Sculpture (LP, Album). Aural Sculpture (Cass, Album, Enh). EPC 40-26220, 40-26220.
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Of Disappearance, including "Dept. Of Disappearance", "Matterhorn", "Young Saints" and many more. It's part Phil Spector, part Abbey Road, part ELO coming together from an unassuming dude who never looks up from the harmonies to see if anyone else is listening. The songs contain their own inner logic and if you can't quite penetrate the sound to hear the lyrics or to understand the ones that make it past the wall, it's no matter. The songs are meant to work as one, as aural beauty, with their peculiar gorgeousness making things right.
- Recorded By [Recordings] – Phil Maguire