Norbert Moslang | Distilled

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Distilled

by Norbert Moslang

'Distilled' was constructed in the studio, using a live solo performance of 'cracked everyday electronics' by the composer himself as its source material.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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Norbert Moslang was, until recently, one half of the now defunct Swiss duo Voice Crack. 'Distilled' was constructed in the studio, using a live solo performance of "cracked everyday electronics" by the composer himself as its source material. In the studio, Moslang allowed the computer to "make calculations with two pieces" of the original performance. "If I liked it, I worked further on it, if I didn't like it I threw it away." The resulting composition - a distillation of the orginal recording into something new - moves tiny granular packets of sound throughout the audible frequency range and the stereo spectrum, drawing the listener into an artificial environment where sounds replace light as the dominant sensory input. 'Distilled', a remarkable departure from the "known Voice Crack sound", is an engaging and rewarding listening experience that, at just twenty minutes, fades away long before overstaying its welcome.


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