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Faithless & The GIEIS Project - We Come One (tzolkin style) MP3

I always wondered why Faithless never unleashed in terms of their music, now, I understand. Whilst studying the maths behind their songs, I noticed they were having a problem with mixing at higher frequencies, so I produced this remix for Faithless as a guide. MP3 inside (@19MB).
Faithless & The GIEIS Project - We Come One (tzolk'in style)
Faithless & The GIEIS Project - We Come One (tzolk'in style)
This is a very high quality MP3, lasting around 8 minutes, that demonstrates high frequencies must be corrected for quantum interference and noise due to their low wavelengths (size). Soundwaves propagate from the origon in all directions, thus, a speaker must be placed inside a imaginary sphere, now put yourself in the position of the speaker. Imagine that in every direction you look, long straight lines are visable, producing a sphere-like effect.

You will now notice, that whilst on the surface of the sphere, the ends of the lines will be evenly spaced. The closer the lines get to you (the speaker) the narrower the distance (wavelength width) becomes between each line, so therefore, the electromagnetic interaction between these wavelengths, is greater closer to the speaker. A localised warping effect, designed to drain excess energy from the resonant framework of strings multi-verse wide.

In very simple terms, think of a looking up a cone and how it gets narrower as it get closer to your eye.

Without a proper form of maths or theory to account for this, no remedy could be achieved, until now.

Enjoy the mp3, study the rythm very carefully, and try to picture a multi-dimensional (more than X,Y,Z co-ords) block of sound, or in an object-orientated manner, a fludic multi-dimensional data stream.

Faithless & The GIEIS Project - We Come One (tzolk'in style)

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