Otomo Yoshihide - Sound Factory album flac
- Album: Sound Factory
- FLAC: 1682 mb | MP3: 1614 mb
- Released: 1997
- Style: Noise, Experimental
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 900
- Format: WMA AU AA DTS MOD TTA MP1
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Sound Factory (1997). Which is a wonderful thing to hear. The first piece, "DD," is a ferocious barrage of screaming, incendiary electronic noise, careening feedback, and subsonic groans paired with supersonic sine waves that threaten the integrity of one's eardrums.
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Sound Factory - Solo Live in Kyoto '92 Contents.
He spent his teenage years in Fukushima, about 300 kilometers north of Tokyo. Influenced by his father, an engineer, Otomo began making electrical devices such as a radio and an electronic oscillator. This was his first experience creating music. Since the disbanding of Ground Zero, Otomo's sound has changed greatly. The difference can be heard especially well in his current major projects: . his trio with Yoshimitsu Ichiraku(drums, electronics) and Sachiko M (sampler); and Filament, his duo with Sachiko M. The sound, which tends to embrace simplicity, minimalism, and texture much more than dynamism and instrumental performance, contrasts sharply with the extreme chopping and plunderphonics ("plagiaristic".