Supersnikeltip

by Discrete Machines

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Limited Edition augmented audio CD featuring 12 original tracks and 1 audio/visual track.

    In 1950, Alan Turing wrote a paper called 'Computing Machinery and Intelligence', carefully setting out a model for what he described as ‘a discrete state machine’.

    ‘These are the machines which move by sudden jumps or clicks from one quite definite state to another. These states are sufficiently different for the possibility of confusion between them to be ignored. Strictly speaking there are no such machines. Everything really moves continuously…’

    Dr Sally Rodgers and Steve Jones, better known as Balearic pioneers A Man Called Adam, have taken Turing’s description as a cue for greater freedom in their methods of producing sound, video and installation works under the alias Discrete Machines. On Supersnikeltip they improvise with sound and image using custom Max/MSP systems, Pure Data, contact and electromagnetic mics, tape, voice, iPads, video, various instruments, portable speakers and abandonware.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Supersnikeltip via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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04:13
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3.
05:23
4.
03:18
5.
01:47
6.
07:16
7.
03:11
8.
03:50
9.
04:35
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11.
02:57
12.
04:27

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released June 16, 2014

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discrete machines Scholes, UK

Mixed media artists, Steve Jones and Dr Sally Rodgers, improvising sound and image using custom Max/MSP systems, Pure Data, contact and electromagnetic mics, tape, voice, iPads, video, various instruments, portable speakers and abandonware.

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