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    mini synth

  • Austin Shear

    sub vision brings together two elements: the sounds of the subharchord, an electro-acoustic instrument developed during the 1960s in east berlin and a processed visualization of illustrations of scientific experiments by werner meyer-eppler, a german physicist and theoretician of electro-acoustics.

  • KonradOldMoney

    I want this as my Living Room piece!

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