Many new aspects of tone theory have been discovered from the isotopic ratios within grains of stardust. An important property of stardust is the hard, refractory, high-temperature nature of their aesthetics. Prominent are older machines, graphite knobs, aluminium bodies and other such details that would condense at high pressure to form cooling tones, such as in stellar winds or in the decompression of the inside of a supernova.
released May 5, 2014
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