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  • Performer: Phil Julian
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  • Released: 2012
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Phil Julian - Transcript download album

Transit by Cheapmachines, released 01 January 2007 1. Transit Originally released on The Locus of Assemblage label as a 3" CDr. Recorded early 2007 in London by Phil Julian (Organ & Electronics).

Discography . Songs .

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Under both the Cheapmachines alias and his own name, Phil Julian has been venturing across various strains of unorthodox sound since the late 1990′s, with his prolific output on a catalogue of imprints encompassing sonic textures that run the gamut from harsh squalls of noise to compositions using hyper-minimalistic timbres and drones.

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Tracklist

A Untitled 14:53
B Untitled 14:05

Notes

Pro-dubbed/pro-printed C-30 in an edition of 100.

Sound sources:
Blank cassette tapes (bulk erased, endless loop, vintage, new)
Cassette decks (mono & stereo)
Personal stereo
Dictaphones

Recorded with:
Cassette recorder
Telephone induction coils
Close-range VLF detector
Piezo & PVDF film tab contact microphones

Recorded throughout 2009/10
Final mix and edit 2011