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 Post subject: Sum-1 - Serial Conflict
PostPosted: Wed Nov 04, 2009 10:47 pm 
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This is a DTS 5.0 conversion created from a lossless stereo source of Sum-1 - Serial Conflict, which is an album released under a Creative Commons 3.0 license.

From Togeo Music's website at

Serial Conflict by Tobias Peterson (Sum-1) is another step deeper into the musical thinking of the artist. Sum-1 has been defining his artistic style with each new release and Serial Conflict is no exception. Enter into the Sum-1 mindset and be prepared for a journey to the edges of the audio universe and then ride the solar energy spam home on a path through the portals of sound.

The tracks are electronic in nature with a definitive Sum-1 experimental IDM style.

Tags: drum n bass, dubstep, electronic, experimental, glitch, idm, minimal, techno...


Title: Serial Conflict
Artist: Sum-1
Genre: Electronic
Released: March 26, 2009
Label: Togeo Music
Length: 79:36


01 Carassul
02 Acid Brandy
03 Grey System
04 Cypher
05 Tempest
06 Bit Ching
07 Largo
08 Steel Sync
09 Random Shell
10 Terminal Switch
11 Psycho Semantic


The conversion was done using the SPEC method (ArcTan with Slice rears and ZPan option) found on this site.

The files are only playable on home theater equipment or PC's capable of decoding a DTS signal. Otherwise, you will hear static. You have several options, including the following:

a) Foobar2000: Install the foo_input_dts plugin and load the cue file directly into your playlist.

b) Mount the cue file on a virtual drive (with Daemon Tools, for example) and play with a DTS-capable player (Cyberlink PowerDVD, for example).

c) Burn the cue file to a CD as an image (with ImgBurn or Ahead Nero, for example) and play on a DTS-capable Home Theater system.

Enjoy and please give some feedback!

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