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Quatrième Gnossienne - Akira Rabelais - Eisoptrophobia

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  1. May 24,  · Eisoptrophobia, an Album by Akira Rabelais. Released in April on Ritornell (catalog no. RIT CD; CD). Genres: Ambient, Modern Classical, Tape Music, Electronic/5(1).
  2. Nov 01,  · Upon its original release in , ‘eisoptrophobia’, was heralded as an artistic bookend for the 20th century. Featuring solo piano recordings of well-known pieces by Bartók, Satie and Carté decayed and worn by Akira Rabelais’ Argeïphontes Lyre software, this haunting work transforms organic, humanistic music into algorithmically-generated ruins, encompassing the dark potentiality of.
  3. Aug 30,  · Rabelais is apparently both a musician and a software engineer. He developed the sound tools used by Terre Thaemlitz, among others. After listening to his second CD on the excellent Ritornell label, I can understand why his tools are favored by fellow musicians, as (in his hands here at least) they exhibit a subtlety of sound manipulation and deconstruction that is a rarety among CDs of this type.4/4(3).
  4. Quatrième Gnossienne Composed By Pro Tools] – Akira Rabelais; Notes All piano recordings made by Akira Rabelais at Wave Equation Studios in Hollywood, California. Audio created with Argeiphontes Lyre, Adobe After Effects, SoundHack, Peak and Pro Tools. Akira Rabelais: Eisoptrophobia /5(10).
  5. Aug 07,  · Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Quatrième Gnossienne · Akira Rabelais Eisoptrophobia ℗ Akira Rabelais Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  6. Nov 07,  · Akira Rabelais’s album Eisoptrophobia has been reissued by Boomkat Editions. The album was initially released on Ritornell, a sub-label of Mille Plateaux. It features recordings of pieces by Erik Satie, Béla Bartók, and Vincent Carté that were then transformed by Rabelais’s Argeïphontes Lyre program.
  7. Eisoptrophobia by Akira Rabelais, released 03 April 1. Notturno – B. Bartók 2. Troisième Gnossienne – E. Satie 3. Aphorisming, Second – V. Carté 4. Rhythme Bulgare – B. Bartók 5. Aposiopesis – V. Carté 6. En y regardant à deux fois – E. Satie 7. Gymnopedie No. 1 – E. Satie 8. Gymnopedie No. 2 – E. Satie 9.

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