Release: KEROAÄN “PULSARS IN RHOMBUS FORM”

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“…more Yasunao Tone than Curtis Roads. 100% straight looney tunes.”

Nada is pleased to present Keroaän – Pulsars in Rhombus Form. PIRF is a real-time generative music agent with two major components: a listener and a player.

The listener takes as input an audio stream from the album Planisphærium by sci-fi technical death metal band Wormed (ES). It identifies kick and snare drum strikes as well as vocal phrasing and communicates its findings to the player in order to trigger gestural events and compositional shifts.

The player consists of an 8-voice Max/MSP implementation of pulsar synthesis (Roads). Its parameters are controlled by various chaotic maps and stochastic methods.

The program performs with no human intervention whatsoever.

Available as:
Professionally duplicated, red audio cassette.
Digital download via Bandcamp.

Keroaän is a musical artificial intelligence developed to perform without any human intervention whatsoever. The program is a collaborative research project between Ian M Fraser and Reed Evan Rosenberg.

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Release: Harlem Electronics

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Computer music programmed by Ian M. Fraser between August 2015 – March 2016 in Harlem, New York City.
This program performs with no human interaction whatsoever. Play loud!
File under: Stochastic Grind

Mastered by Joe Panzner
100 copies
Released June 2016

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Release: The Realness

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Debut C-20 cassette from Philadelphia based computer musician Ian M Fraser. No conceptual garbage, no MIDI bullshit! Just hard hitting, non-linear equation synthesis heavy algorithmic noise! Recorded and edited throughout 2013, both live and at F.U.N.V.A.C. Mastered by Joe Panzner with design by Faryal Maroof. For fans of extreme computer music, multiverse theories, gingerbreadman map and Klingon social justice. PLAY LOUD!

For purchase at http://ianmfraser.bandcamp.com/

SOLD OUT!!!!!

Reviews:
Brian Olewnick (Just Outside)
Frans de Waard (Vital Weekly)
Massimo Ricci (Touching Extremes)
Paul Margree (We Need No Swords)