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Drop C. 00018 Loop - Kouichi Okamoto - Endless Record ;Rain; (Vinyl)

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  1. Loop Records (4) Profile: Underground techno label from Stockholm, Sweden that started in as a club (founded by Joachim Hövel and Vito Ingrosso) whose flyer was a 7" record that received good feedback from the local DJs and so the idea of launching a Swedish dance label evolved.
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  4. Jun 04,  · Blue Vinyl Record Spin Loop Footage | Technics Turntable - Duration: Fly High Waves Sounds 2, views. Language: English Location: United States Restricted Mode: Off .
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  6. Handmade. Real wood. Endless fun. This handmade wooden voice recorder is designed to effortlessly spark joy, placing pitch control & looper capabilities in the palm of your hand. The built-in microphone will capture your creativity, beatboxing, or joke telling. With the flip of a switch, put your.
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  8. Feb 09,  · Japanese artist and designer Kouichi Okamoto, and founder of Kiouei Design, has created a sound installation, called Re-Rain, that proposes a way for the immaterial forces of sound, gravity, and magnetic force to find a physical form. This installation is created with the sound of rain sampled in Japan early spring of

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