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Exercise One

Marco Freivogel shows us around the hardware-loving techno duo’s studio.

Exercise One’s Tales Of Ordinary Madness LP is out now on Exone. Find them on Facebook, Twitter and SoundCloud.

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  • Vito Wrote:

    “the clap is actually generated by noise generators that also take in sound from the machine’s surroundings”

    If some one could explain this please, I would appreciate it.

  • Attack Wrote:

    Vito, we think something’s been lost in translation there. The sound of the 808 clap might be affected by factors like ambient temperature and power supply noise, but to the best of our knowledge the white noise source is just a transistor junction.

  • Vito Wrote:

    OK, that makes more sense :) Thank you