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Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

3.73 | 197 ratings

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4 stars

incoming transmission - - incoming transmission - - incomi . . .

date: Unknown

parsec interval: .00008

vector: Centaurus, inert, linear

day 4, solar - Fourth full day, inert kinesis outbound from Sol. Audible signal now in total regular auditory; musical, sequenced. Relentless. Multiple layered signal, steady but not predictable. Now modulated, repeat modulated : risen by at least a minor third [western scale], maybe more. Highly unusual, possibly xenoformic in nature. Seems to have had frequency increase as I've moved farther from Sol.

day 5, semisolar - Signal maintained but changed; unified tone-field with smaller granulars influencing cosmosition; deeper but diluted colorations; Wait ... what's this ... what's this. Percussive. No doubt about it, impact tonalogics clear as day. Impossible but there they are-- multiple impact resonations mixed in sync with tone signals. Without doubt a form of music, either naturally occurring or sentient-made. Comp is stuck, baffled.

day 6, semisolar - Exterior transmission fully altered now; Chaotic, if I didn't know better I'd say it was the ocean on Earth. And there's something else: Odd, theremive, elastatic, profoundly organic considering I'm almost outside MW. No matter, just a few hours left before E-suit fails. Tell my family I love them. Transmitting now.

end transmission - - end transmission - - en . . .

Atavachron | 4/5 |


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