Micropangea

Electronic Countermeasures created the parallax scrolling website, album art, and packaging for Brendan Byrnes’ 2012 album, Micropangea released on Spectropol Records. You can listen to the album and experience the site at http://micropangaea.com/. As the album has a very short print run, most listeners will experience it digitally. ECM was cimmisioned to create the an online liner notes experience.

Micropangaea references both the microtonal scales of Byrnes’ compositions and ‘a fictional continent that will form on earth in the distant future.’ The website, which lacks any finite pagination, instead scrolls seamlessly through virtual liner notes—one for each song and including detailed specifications on the tunings used. –24700 Blog

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