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by Rully Shabara as Samples
"Some rhythms are impossible for human to perform. But as samples, human voice can be as precise and relentless as any machines.
To further the possibility of voice, transcending the voice beyond physical limitations is an inevitable trajectory."
- Rully Shabara
Composers die. Data lives on. Infinitely multiplying.
Humans die. Voices live on. Infinitely transforming.
Siriosa is a non-human composer specifically trained to compose classical music.
If Beethoven could compose while he was incapable of hearing, Siriosa should also be able to compose even though he is incapable of feeling.
This album is Siriosa's first collection of symphonies, inspired by human modern classical music and Hollywood movie scores.
Composed and Mastered by Siriosa
Performed by Post-Human Symphonic Choir
by Raung Jagat Synthetic
Language has been key in the grand scheme of human evolution. Not only as a systematic form of communication tool, but when stripped off of its grammars and codes, also capable as a medium of much more complex multi layered message such as expression and non-verbal intents. Voice, as the bearer of language, is in the center of it all.
So what will happen then when machines figured out that human language is not all systems and codes? That humans also rely on abstract sonic expressions? Will it make them appreciate the significance of every little sounds of voice to make them more human? And have we, as actual humans, treated voice to its true potential?
Zacharias Szumer x Raung Jagat Synthetic ‘Synthetic Vocabulary Remixes’
The remix version of this album is done by Zacharias Szumer that takes an even weirder turn.
Released by New Weird Australia, 2022