• Effacer ‘Library Catalog Music Series: Music For Noise Reduction’ - This album was inspired by the commercial work Effacer does in audio mastering. Effacer figured that different noise reduction processes and audio restoration tools that are usually used to remove clicks/noises from tracks could be used to exaggerate different effects in music. He started by taking a sound with reverb, then, using the dry version of that same sound, minus the reverb, and using that as the noise print for the noise reduction algorithm. Thus by removing the source sound, a ghostly sound (reverb) would be left behind. Effacer came up with a formula for this to create further sounds and textures: (source sound + effect) - (source sound) = artefact of effect. By putting these sounds together into tracks and adding several years, these experiments resulted in an album.
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