Love Amplifier : Z Axis.|
Lose yourself in the electronic.
Z Axis is an experiment in open-source music.
The album was produced using only default sounds shipped with Linux Multimedia Studio (LMMS), resulting in XML project files under 100Kb each.
In addition, the entire album was produced on a Samsung Chromebook 2, using a program called "crouton" to allow linux programs to run.
"Z Axis" was written in public at Echo Park Lake in Los Angeles, California, entirely on battery life.
1. Kill Over
2. Cat Deep
3. Why You Eye OP
4. Red Pill
5. Echo Tech
Listen to: the entire album.
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Release date: 05/04/2016
Love Amplifier lives in California USA
Tagged as: Electronica, Techno, Experimental, Instrumental Electronica, Experimental Electronic
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