Here is a quite nice project from Make Noise, manufacturer of eurorack modules and systems.
A selected artist takes one of their “Shared System” and make music exclusively with it. The release is later produced on the Make Noise label.
It’s a clever idea and the vinyl records are true wonderful… Unfortunately sold out already for most of them.
Have already appeared on the label artists such as Richard Devine, Alessandro Cortini, Robert A. A. Lowe, Keith Fullerton Whitman and Surachai.
The Shared System Series compiles the separate recordings of several artists utilizing the same electronic musical instrument, the Shared System. At times it feels as though electronic music has become an overly automated form driven by simplified genre specific apps and software. What happens when the signal path is not pre-defined or optimized for a popular result? The Shared System is a modular synthesizer developed by Make Noise. It has no pre-determined signal path, and is not designed for any particular musical destination. In limiting the artists to this one instrument, we hope the Shared System Series of records will purely illustrate the intentions of the artists.
High quality master lacquers were made by SAE Mastering, and shipped to URP for pressing. The result is a high fidelity 7″ record. Like the Shared System instrument, the sleeves for these records are a combination of digital and analog technology. They are designed using computer software and printed using a hand-cranked letterpress called the Vandercook 4.
Series curated by Surachai.
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