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Oni Ayhun - OAR004

  • Performer: Oni Ayhun
  • Title: OAR004
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Anymore Formats: DMF APE MP1 MPC VOX RA DTS
  • Released: 2010
  • Style: IDM, Abstract, Techno
  • MP3 album: 1384 mb
  • FLAC album: 1535 mb
  • WMA album: 1547 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 699
Oni Ayhun - OAR004

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Oni Ayhun - OAR004
WMA format RAR archive

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Tracklist

1 OAR004-A 7:11
2 OAR004-B 13:23

Notes

This music works by releasing carbon dioxide gas into a batter through an acid-base reaction, causing bubbles in the wet mixture to expand and thus leavening the mixture. It is used where the batter lacks the elastic structure to hold gas bubbles for more than a few minutes. Because carbon dioxide is released at a faster rate through the acid-base reaction than through fermentation, music made by chemical leavening is called ‘quick compositions’. The tracks are made up of an alkaline component, one or more acid salts, and an inert starch (cornstarch in most cases, though potato starch is also used). Sequenced feedback is the source of the carbon dioxide, and the acid-base reaction is more accurately described as an acid-activated decomposition, which can be generically represented as;
NaHCO3 + H+ → Na+ + CO2 + H2O.

Acid in music can be either fast-acting or slow-acting. A fast-acting acid reacts in a wet mixture with baking soda at room temperature, and a slow-acting acid will not react until heated in an oven. This music, that contains both fast- and slow-acting acids is double acting. By providing a second rise in the oven, double-acting music increase the reliability of baked goods by rendering the time elapsed between mixing and baking less critical. Common low-temperature acid salts include cream of tartar and monocalcium phosphate. High-temperature acid salts include sodium aluminum sulfate, sodium aluminum phosphate, and sodium acid pyrophosphate. This includes both..

WAV Audio Data Checksums:

Track 1: OAR004-A
MD5: 66E65187C7E089213385BC0657A6B266
CRC32: C0FEFBCB

Track 2: OAR004-B
MD5: 2B14FE880CD2444424C5663BF23FA407
CRC32: 044A1300

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (ISRC OAR004-A): DECY51073041
  • Other (ISRC OAR004-B): DECY51073042

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OAR004 Oni Ayhun OAR004 ‎(12", Single) Oni Ayhun Records OAR004 2010



Reviews about Oni Ayhun - OAR004 (1):
Samut
It's 'Side B' which made me go through the faintly ridiculous hassle [nowadays] of writing something and there's no AV on here for that yet, unlike 'Side A' which is OK, but no big deal, for me. For 'Side B', the term used by old fogies like me, is: 'grower', kids. Strolling back tonight plugged into my iPod as usual, it came on during shuffle and even though I've heard it perhaps 20 times before, as often happens, 'suddenly' I 'got' it. And a bit like a mini Eureka moment of sudden awareness, beyond the veil lies a land of heart-pounding excitement verging on awesome. This track is enormous. From feeble, tinkly, casual tom-tom worrying beginnings, with characteristically over-emphasised digital sheen of the few OA tracks I've heard, OAR004-B slowly transfigures into an urgently droning monster accompanied by a cavernous sub range and strict prana-invoking steps. Whoever s/he is, Oni Ayhun has for some time, been showing tell-tale signs of extremely remarkable talent on their handful of releases to date. But for me it's OAR004-B on which they've definitively shown their hand and it's an ace one, if you will. My attention has been got good.


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