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"Plunderphonics is a term invented by John Oswald in his essay, Plunderphonics, or Audio Piracy as a Compositional Prerogative, and refers to the compositional technique of utilising and manipulating one or more pre-existing audio sources to create a new composition. It is an Experimental form of sound art that uses similar techniques found in Sound Collage. Where plunderphonics differs from sound collage is usually in the execution/composition and the end result's links to more traditional music genres. A plunderphonics song could essentially be a soundscape of assorted layered samples in the same way a sound collage piece is put together; it could just as easily be a rhythmic Electronic piece made up entirely of pre-existing materials, such as is heard on The Avalanches' Since I Left You." - rateyourmusic

Related tags: sampling, vaporwave

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Top artists (1 total)

Thumb 鈴木凹 (Music producer)
suzuki O, ゴミ, 鈴木O, Jake

Top albums (4 total)

Cover コラージュ1 (Original album)
Jake feat. 初音ミク, さとうささら, GUMI
Cover キチガイテープ夏 (Original album)
Jake feat. 初音ミク, さとうささら
Cover コラージュ0 (Original album)
Jake feat. 初音ミク
Cover 素描 (Original album)
鈴木O feat. ORIGAMI-I
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