Quantum Theory

by LektroiD

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Andy J Dodds
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Andy J Dodds Discovered due to Nu Electro comp. Electro not a variant of music I listen to often. But LektroiD's music sticks out. Loverly, lush textural music. Very consistent album; this is an album, not two decent tracks and some other stuff. Pretty much a quality double album. Well done.
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Due to the massive success of the last album, I have spent the past two years crafting my brand new Deep Melodic Electro album, LektroiD - Quantum Theory.

Countless hours and many sleepless nights have been spent ensuring every last detail exceeds expectation, from the passion behind the musicality to the cover art photography.

There are many exclusive tracks which I have kept unrevealed for this album, and also re-workings of earlier unreleased tracks which have stood the test of time and hopefully continue forward to make this album a timeless masterpiece.

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released April 3, 2014

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LektroiD UK

LektroiD has been producing under various guises for over 2 decades. His music has lead to many recording contracts, as well as remixing for major artists.

Building his own analogue modular synthesizers, as well as other musical gadgetry, not to mention his eclectic influences which spans many genres shines through his vast array of music, creating the unique and futuristic sound of LektroiD...
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Track Name: Supersonic
Feel the freedom
as it works your body
as it rocks your body
as it works your mind

Feel the freedom
as it rocks your body
as it works your body
as it rocks your mind

We're Supersonic!
Track Name: Modular
Bipolar current runs into the resistance inhibitor
Tantalum capacitor and the diode regulator
Feeding the inductor, vactrol opto-isolator
Gating the transistor and pushing the envelope generator

Control Voltage maintained with the 100K resistor
Effected oscillator audio to the phase modulator
Attenuverting mixer CV to the diode ladder filter
Obscure loops generated by the matrix sequencer

We're going Modular...

No DSP chip controlling or any such insurgency
The breakdancing waveforms here are always a certainty
Time and time again as the current runs into the circuitry
Analogue delay systems create the illusion of polyphony

Control Voltage then fed into the resonant frequency
Signal path and gates are all controlled with zero latency
Multi-layered effects create holistical tenacity
Pushing voltage into the speakers creates this reality

We're going Modular...