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Car Crash Set. Tracks in release House Toys 1. Trackname, Key, BPM, Publish date. Artists, Remixers, Label. 1. House (Original Mix). 115 bpm, 6B, Bb major, 2016-10-14, House, 0 2. Computer Graphics.
Lo-Fi by Computer Graphics, released 04 April 2017 1. Second Coffee 2. Useful 3. Another Day 4. Novosti 5. Dirty Tape 6. Needle Man 7. Pie Amp 8. Two Men 9. Play This Game 10. Tempo 11. 802 Dub 12. Taxi Rush 1. The follow up to last year’s ‘We Have To Go’ on FUSELab, ‘Lo-Fi’ is a continuation of the house and techno stylings of the former, reining in recent lo-fi trends in dance music and expanding upon them into further areas of jazz chord progression and dub techno, staying true to Devyanin’s nature of exploring curious new ideas in sound. And though lo-fi in style, the sound across the album is often hi-fi in execution, pushing worn out tape textures into modern techno sounds that gives the album an entirely fresh feeling. Lo - Fi. by Computer Graphics. supported by. flymypie.
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Computer graphics means drawing pictures on a computer screen. Depending on the materials you use, changing what you draw can be easy or hard: you can erase pencil or charcoal marks easily enough, and you can scrape off oil paints and redo them with no trouble; but altering watercolors or permanent markers is an awful lot more tricky. The first computer screens, developed in the mid-20th century, worked much like televisions, which used to build up their moving pictures by "scanning" beams of electrons (tiny charged particles inside atoms, also called cathode rays) back and forth from top to bottom and left to right-like a kind of instant electronic paintbrush.