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Francois De Roubaix

L'Antarctique & autres séances électroniques rue de Courcelles

Label: WéMé Records

Format: Vinyl LPx2

Genre: Library/Soundtracks

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The late French soundtrack composer (1939-1975) was one of the first to use frequency modulators on an 8 track homestudio. He was known for his melodic works mixing electronic & acoustic. His oeuvre has been sampled by many. This release devotes a posthumous work composed for a Cousteau documentary which was refused, probably beacuse it was too avant-garde. On the second disc you'll find different tasty style-exercises that show to what extend Roubaix manipulated the modulators with ingenuity.
File under: Underwater
Cat. number: weme018
Year: 2009
Sides A & C play at 45rpm
Sides B & D play at 33rpm
Some copies pre ordered at WeMe came with a free 7"
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