Ryoji Ikeda ‎– Test Pattern

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Raster-Noton ‎– R-N 093, CCI Recordings ‎– R-N 093
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

Test Pattern [2006-07]
1 Test Pattern #0001 1:00
2 Test Pattern #0010 1:21
3 Test Pattern #0011 3:52
4 Test Pattern #0100 3:43
5 Test Pattern #0101 4:06
6 Test Pattern #0110 4:00
7 Test Pattern #0111 5:00
8 Test Pattern #1000 5:00
9 Test Pattern #1001 5:10
10 Test Pattern #1010 5:02
11 Test Pattern #1011 5:03
12 Test Pattern #1100 5:08
13 Test Pattern #1101 5:11
14 Test Pattern #1110 2:35
15 Test Pattern #1111 7:12
16 Test Pattern #0000 3:55

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

© 2008 Ryoji Ikeda.
℗ 2008 Raster-Noton.

Raster-Noton : : CCI Recordings.

Released in a digipak sleeve protected by a resealable plastic sleeve, which is (in turn) sealed with a sticker with this statement:
"Caution!" This CD contains specific waveform, impulse and burst data that perform a response test for loudspeakers and headphones. High volume listening of the last track may cause damage to equipment and eardrums.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Barcode (Barcode included on a sticker affixed to the back of the sleeve.): 4260115990931
  • Matrix / Runout: CA RN093@ 01/24/08 12:12:41 AM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L039
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1287

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
dd-010 Ryoji Ikeda Test Pattern(16xFile, AIFF, Album, 16-) Codex Edition dd-010 Japan 2018

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joesh

joesh

May 11, 2020
The only problem with Ikeda's work is that it's only released in such small amounts and ends up being difficult to get and very expensive, the result being that I haven't had the chance to listen to much of his work. However, the two albums I have are superb!
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November 21, 2016

the greatest album by ryoji ikeda. theres a great amount of balance and structure in this release that puts it ahead of the previous album dataplex. this album feels less scattered and random than dataplex and offers better, more memorable beats, more intense electronic build ups, and a pallette of tech sounds blended so perfectly together.