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Exponential Vuvuzelas

by David Mandelberg

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CatQuest An absolutely fantastic Crescendo, illustrating this under-utilised instruments TRUE virtues. Favorite track: Exponential Vuvuzelas: Act 1, Crescendo: X. 1024 Vuvuzelas.
reosarevok
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reosarevok This, while still kinda horrible, is honestly much less horrible than you would expect at first. Favorite track: Exponential Vuvuzelas: Act 2, Diminuendo: N. 0 Vuvuzelas: “A much needed break for your ears”.
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Have you ever thought to yourself that music just doesn't have enough vuvuzelas? Well, I hope that after listening to this album, you'll never think that again.

Music videos: www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbT7D2lIN9c&list=PLnJC0QN9uZzpqLq3hhVQ9PgFvMR4i5NQ7
Score: david.mandelberg.org/2017/10/10/exponential-vuvuzelas-coming-soon/
Code used to turn 37 vuvuzela samples into 1024 simultaneous vuvuzelas: github.com/dseomn/art/tree/master/exponential-vuvuzelas

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released October 12, 2017

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David Mandelberg Massachusetts

Strange music, obscure references, math, bad jokes, puns, dancing, cryptography, vuvuzelas, and Morse code all go well together, right?

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