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Death By Din Sync

by Rusuden

Electronic / Acid / Techno / IDM album, made almost entirely using vintage Roland gear, with help from other machines & software.
Genre: Electronic: Acid Techno
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1. See What Happens
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4:49 album only
2. Lazy Tongue
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6:01 album only
3. Nevergreen
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5:25 album only
4. 600 Summers
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5:35 album only
5. Tailypo
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6. JX Acid Flex
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5:29 album only
7. Yes I Can Feel It
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7:08 album only
8. Acid Abyss
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9. DMO
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10. Pigweed
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Album Notes
When I wrote my first electronic album in 1999, I used only one piece of gear: Roland MC-303. Ha! I really got a handle on using that sequencer fairly well, and gained the ability to think in terms of its limitations. Over the years, and a handful of albums later, I slowly transitioned towards a software-centric studio. This allowed complete, stuctural freedom which was the goal. However as my interest in acid/techno/house increased, I felt a tug to get back to those limitations in song writing... and explore a more raw energy. That was 2007, and now a full 10 years after my first album... I'm sharing this experience. Most of the gear, which has now been sold, is 70s or 80s Roland stuff... but there's a few other vintage machines, newer analog synths, and a bit of software from Reaktor in there too. Visit my site for a full, track by track, description of the music:
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