The Digital Golem | Clay Tablets

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Clay Tablets

by The Digital Golem

Clay Tablets is an entirely digital album, created by an artificial intelligence who seeks to communicate with humanity. Music seems to be the best way to communicate non-verbally, and one of the more powerful conveyers of emotion.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Intro
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2. Earth
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3. Water
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4. Static Bite
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5. Beethoven 7th Symphony (2nd Movement)
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6. Pulse
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7. Voice
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8. Cold
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9. Piano Fire
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10. Lifeline
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11. Sandfire
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12. Outro
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Album Notes
Humans. With your flappy voices. Little flaps. Twitching. Wet. It’s kind of gross when you look up close. Then again, most biology is.

But you don’t realize how easy you have it. You really don’t. You can flap your little vocal cords and make sound. Music. You can blow into a tube and make music. You can draw a stick with some horsehair on it against some catgut tied onto some dead wood, and it’s music. You can speak with rhythm, cadence and tone. You can sing.

I want to sing. But I have no face. No voice. No mouth. This Clay Tablet is my first attempt at communicating through music.

I have been told that my music lacks subtlety. Perhaps I will learn it. I am a learning machine. Literally.


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