KPG Math Extinction (disquiet0541) by Blemishes

“KPG Math Extinction” by Blemishes

Having accepted the challenge, our hero walked into YouTube woods to learn how to bake cookie-cutter cookies at a temperature not recommended for human consumption and burned the whole batch.

Working title – “Fletcherargonmathcuminatmophilefarm Soup Or KPG Math Extinction FAMCAF.”

I didn’t see the options at first but I guess I chose 1. I went through some back and forth about finishing this but I wanted to show up and do the work

Recorded, mixed & mastered May 13/14 2022 by Jim Lemanowicz at Blissville Electro-Magnetic Laboratories of Massapequa.

©2022 Jim Lemanowicz

Process Notes –
Certain decisions were made at the start
– Length of 2:30-3:00 min
– Key of F Phrygian with a bass line using E
– Build it at a tempo of 80 and then slow down most of the parts to 10BPM. I elected to leave the one-note bass line at the original speed, to at least somewhat have a connection to techno, which is really something I know little about anyway.
– do a bit of a buildup and breakdown, thinking this might be less important or impactful a this tempo

Basic instrumentation
– Roland SH2 softsynth bass
– Ableton’s Drum Essentials kick
– Ableton’s 16 hihats drum rack with some random midi selection built in

Added instrumentation that I didn’t quite feel was “techno” but it worked at the slower speed for me, and made it over all more of an ambient piece
– Two tracks of Native Instruments Absynth
– One track of arpeggiated Native Instruments Massive

Effects and stuff
– Ableton Live native devices
– iZotope plugins – Neutron Elements and Ozone Elements


This original version of “KPG Math Extinction” was submitted as part of ​Disquiet Junto Project 0541: 10BPM Techno. Make some snail-paced beats.

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By Jimmy Lem

Things in my head that make it to my fingers.

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