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[–] Konservativ 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I feel the start reminds me of electro-acoustic music, at least the start. Not especially groundbreaking in the classical world in my opinion. Though I like the dark suggestion feeling that comes along eventually.

Do you think there exists a less compressed version of this? This was VERY flat :/

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[–] Audessus [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

You could probably find a less compressed version on the album. I don't know of anywhere else on the net, though I haven't done an exhaustive search. I think the flatness bit you are referring may actually be part of the piece. But I don't know.

Regarding the classical music world, I wouldn't know so much about that either. To me this feels like a nod to musique concrète. Schaefer has some other stuff that differs from this collaboration, which I like quite a bit. And you might like it too. I do want to promote this piece, however, because I think it is textured and rewards repeat listens.

What would you find to be groundbreaking in the classical music world these days?

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[–] Konservativ 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

To start with the last question: If I knew what would be groundbreaking in the classical world, I would write it and become a world famous composer ;) People have done so much different stuff now, that I can't see much that remains.

By flat, I meant compressed.

Concrete music is a subgenre of electroacoustic music, so we definitely agree thee.