Virtual Sphere - Type Modulations album
Virtual Sphere – Type Modulations. Label: Ethno Indigo Records – EIR-017. Format: 13 File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps File, WMV, Video Clip.
Hey guys! After a few days without posting new stuff, here it is! Another lesson for you, this time about tone shifts! Hope you enjoy! If you like it, please.
Sphere is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. Untitled for Vasteras" is a recreation of a live set performed at the Perspectives jazz festival in Västerås, Sweden in October 2004. The original live recording appears on Houjoue as "Rising Sun". The cover photo was taken in the lobby of the Daily News Building in New York City. All music composed by Masami Akita. Masami Akita – computer, percussion. Jenny Akita – photography. John Zorn – executive producer.
The Modulation sphere or M-space formulation is a scheme or theory representing the system of effects of phase modulation and amplitude modulation as applied together on a carrier wave.
When this card is sent from the field to the Graveyard, Special Summon a "Sphere" of LV4 or below from your Graveyard to the field.
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Performer: Virtual Sphere. Album Title: Type Modulations. Category: Electronic, Non Music. Label: Ethno Indigo Records – EIR-017 Type: 13 x File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps File, WMV, Video Clip Country: Europe Date of released: 2011 Category: Electronic, Non-Music Style: Noise, IDM, Abstract, Glitch, Drone, Ambient, Dark Ambient, Field Recording.
Fractal Sphere Series. Photo "Virtual Sphere" can be used for personal and commercial purposes according to the conditions of the purchased Royalty-free license.
Creating Modulations. You create modulations by selecting a source, a modifier, and a destination from the pop-up menus in the modulation matrix.
The modulation sphere representation relates three variables in three space, M1, M2 and M3: The M1 axis defines which modulation type (AM or PM) dominates over the other at a set time instance on the carrier and at which degree. The M2 axis defines if the interaction between the two modulations is correlative, or anti-correlative (see Correlation) in phase, and at which degree, at the same instance.
|1||Type Modulation 1||6:26|
|2||Type Modulation 2||23:07|
|3||Type Modulation 3||7:44|
|4||Type Modulation 4||3:00|
|5||Type Modulation 5||0:56|
|6||Type Modulation 6||4:08|
|7||Type Modulation 7||5:34|
|8||Type Modulation 8||5:59|
|9||Type Modulation 9||1:34|
|10||Type Modulation 10||0:44|
|11||Type Modulation 11||1:03|
|12||Type Modulation 12||15:28|
|13||Type Modulation 13||2:42|
|14||Type Modulation Video||2:26|