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Puremagnetik sound designer Micah Frank has released a compilation of  
content generated by real-time earthquake data. These sonifications 
are now available as an hour of ambient material and a free Ableton 
Live Pack of almost 1GB in size.

Frank has spent the past 14 months collecting voluminous earthquake 
data and processing them through a Kyma sound design system. By 
parsing the data and routing them through granular, subtractive and 
physical modeling processes, Frank has 'profiled' hundreds of 
earthquakes as miniature sound sculptures. This sound set represents a 
hand picked selection of the generated content freely available via 
SoundCloud and the Tectonic URL: http://micahfrank.com/tagged/tectonic

Tectonic Live Pack Features

• Almost one hour of granular and subtractive ambient soundscapes
• A huge collection of programmed content for Ableton Live
• Ableton Instrument Rack with extensive Macro mapping

• Requires Ableton Live 8.2.1
• 250 MB of physical RAM
• 1.2 Gigabytes (GB) of free hard disk space

Price: Free

For more information, visit the Tectonic page at: http://micahfrank.com/tagged/tectonic

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