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Jeffrey Siedler - Logic Formations FLAC Album


1Abstracta Modulated Space-Times5:57
2Mood Carmine Gratis Syntonic7:00
3Melior Megatron Visual Mechanics5:57
4Harmonic Distortions6:15
5Division Tactics6:15
6Logic Inversions & Exclusive OR (XOR) Transformations6:05
7Neuro-Trend Arcadia TTL Space-Mode6:34
8Altaire Electro-Control Axiom6:24
9Askia Haven Seraphica Choral6:24
10Logic Formations SE5:56
11Prize Byzantium Electro Chords6:00
12Cyber Vibrations ME5:36
13Bryzoan Reactive & Upper-Frequency Modality7:30
14Echoette Shura Pulsar Effects7:43
15Science Dixon State-Variable Development7:28
16Phasic-Cycloid Shimmer Voices6:13
17Amalgamated Engineering Investo8:01
18Letraform & Sulfurous Selectron Electrics6:34
19Haunted Moon Ancient Humana6:48
20Visitations Of The Solarian Enterprise CE IPE8:20


Over 2 hours of vintage 1970's style video graphics & modular atmospherics inspired by the super rare 1970's EMS Spectron video synthesizer. Produced by Australian academic Jeffrey Siedler, the DVD comes with an illustrated booklet written by Jeffrey & EMS wunderkid Richard Monkhouse who designed the original Spectron.


Jeffrey Siedler - Logic Formations FLAC Album
Jeffrey Siedler
Logic Formations
FLAC size:
1666 mb
MP3 size:
2006 mb
WMA size:
1851 mb
Buried Treasure Records
Catalog №:
It may have taken some time to digest this but the process was undeniably worth it, this is the sound of past and present colliding with spectacular results. The background to this record can be sourced on Buried Treaure’s site but the meat of the matter is that this fellow spent a lot of time both researching and then coming up with an approximation of a device which is old, very old. To be honest, I hadn’t even heard of it and I enjoy the odder, outer reaches of modular synthesis. Jeffrey Siedler has taken me to a place which seems at once familiar and also completely alien; how this balance was achieved is beyond me but I’m grateful somebody had the will to see it through.

Those of you who have heard Black Light District’s ‘A Thousand Lights in a Darkened Room’ will take to these pieces without hesitation because there is a malevolent core to ‘Logic Formations’, one which belies it’s very title. Beyond this single comparative I can provide no further illumination from that angle, you will have to find your own way through this labyrinthine complex of tones and textures; texture is key here, the layering of multiple sound sources to achieve a cohesive flow throughout its run-time is one of the most intriguing facets to this record.

If you’re thinking this will be a pleasant, relaxing journey you haven’t been paying attention.

When one atmosphere begins to disintegrate another one seamlessly steps in to fill the breach; by turns soothing and deliriously abrasive, Siedler’s compositions move through their many elaborate set changes with a graceful aplomb. His combinations are extreme at times and yet once the initial discord has worn off, one’s ears begin to discern patterns within patterns… interlocking briefly to make up the central, supporting foundation over which he works his electronic sorcery, filling in the rest of the picture with a determined vision.

Never ones to rest on their laurels, Buried Treasure have unearthed another set of glittering images cast out of synthetics which contain a myriad of nuance; to listen to ‘Logic Formations’ is to take in a landscape which shifts and twists at a restless pace. To use archeological parlance, this sediment is sentient; the title track itself is so refined in design it would be considered weapons-grade if there was such a designation in music; the half-life alone for this sort of work could be centuries, it is guaranteed not to go quietly into the night.
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