Eric Frye - On Small Differences in Sensation mp3 flacPerformer: Eric Frye
Title: On Small Differences in Sensation
Style: Abstract, Experimental
Size MP3 version: 1756 mb
Size FLAC version: 1257 mb
Size WMA version: 1325 mb
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Eric Frye - On Small Differences in Sensation mp3 flac
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In stock now for same day shipping. On Small Differences In Sensation. Format: LP + booklet + MP3 download code Cat: CEJ 08 Released: 16 Nov 16 Genre: nic.
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Eric Frye’s compositional output perfectly demonstrates how this works in practice. Through a series of methodically structured auditory events Frye investigates new modes of perception and spatial cognition. These events are composed specifically to stimulate and disrupt the cognitive perceptual process as the.
Love Sensation is the sixth and final studio album recorded by American singer Loleatta Holloway, released in 1980 on the Gold Mind label. The album features the title track, which peaked at on the Hot Dance Club Play chart. The second single release, a cover of Otis Redding's "I've Been Loving You Too Long", failed to chart. The album was remastered and reissued with bonus tracks in 2013 by Big Break Records.
The words ‘sensation’ and ‘perception’ are interrelated, which makes it quite easy to mix up the definition of the two words. Sensation is essentially the ‘feeling’ what we feel with our senses. Sensations are things in our environment that are registered by the five major sensory organs. Sensation is what we see, hear, smell, taste and feel. Perception is how we interpret these sensations.
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The sensation is the first step in a complex process that allows us to make sense of the world surrounding us and everything we may interact with one way or another. In the sensory process, the body’s receptors detect external or internal stimuli and gather the related information to send it to the brain. These stimuli can be anything from the sound of rain, the temperature outside, a phone ringing, a flower’s perfume, the sweetness of a chocolate ice cream or pain in your stomach
- Recorded At – Harvard University Studio For Electro-Acoustic Composition
- Recorded At – Orfield Labs
- Mastered At – Dubplates & Mastering
- Lacquer Cut At – Dubplates & Mastering
- Booklet Design by – Justin Meyers
- Design – Cejero, Eric Frye
- Mastered By – Rashad Becker
- Photography By – Katy Vonk
- Software Design – Guerino Mazzola, Sam Wolk
- Special Thanks to – Emil Kragh-Schwarz, Thomas Buhl-Wiggers
- Text By – Andrée Ehresmann, Fernando Zalamea, Inigo Wilkins, Mathias Béjean
- Voice – Luciana Parisi
- Written By, Producer – Eric Frye
NotesIncludes a 29 page pdf booklet.
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