X-Rotation - Trancendentale Phase download album
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In this tutorial I introduce you to the phase rotation effect and explain why it can be useful while mixing.
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Trancendentale Phase" and "Delay" are were pretty boring for me and go no where I can listen to them but won't enjoy them too much. this is a major disappointment compared to thier classic "Wir Fliegen Fort" this is somewhat a forgotten hardtrance release that never really got it's legs. Definitely one of the more forgotten releases from Adam & Eve. CDM is a bit rare to find though, find this very cheap I guess the last track might either appeal or amuse you. Mama's typical fast, mid-90's happy cheese hardtrance, half-baked
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trance progressive trance Rave Hard Trance acid trance. Trancendentale Phase. Tranncedentale Phase.
Phase is the debut studio album by the English singer and songwriter Jack Garratt, released on 19 February 2016 by Island Records internationally and by Interscope Records in the United States. It debuted at number 3 on the UK Albums Chart on sales of 18,198.
Essentially, phase refers to sound waves - or simply put, the vibration of air. When we listen to sound, what we’re hearing are changes in air pressure. Just like the ripple of a stone in water, sound is created by the movement of air. And just as in water, those movements cause a rippling effect - waves comprised of peaks and troughs. Those waves cause our eardrums to vibrate, and our brains translate that information into sound.
This effect is named 'phase rotation' almost everywhere but it's more complex than simply rotating the phase of the audio. It was popular in broadcast TV and FM radio (it was trendy to overdo it in the late 1990s and early 2000s) and is having a resurgence in digital TV since about 2010. I attach an audio sample (zipped, I hope this isn't against forum rules), you'll most likely recognize the typical 'crunchy', 'granular' sound.
|ADAM 029||X-Rotation||Trancendentale Phase (12")||Adam & Eve Records||ADAM 029||Germany||1995|
|Adam 029||X-Rotation||Trancendentale Phase (CD, Maxi)||Adam & Eve Records||Adam 029||Germany||1995|