Max Cooper’s mix based on the British Museum

06 Apr 2013

Listen to an hour-long mix featuring Tibetan monks and Edison's cynlinder recordings.

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Max Cooper

Max Cooper has been responsible for some of the last 12 months' best remixes, paramount amongst them his stunning two-part rework of David McAlmont and Michael Nyman's 'Secrets, Accusations, and Charges'. He has also produced a steady flow of excellent mixes, treading the line between ambient work and beautifully produced melodic techno.

This month Cooper was asked to produce an hour-long mix based on an architectural space, and he chose to work with the British Museum, in which he spent some time working on his post-doctoral research. You can listen to the results, which feature samples of 12th Century Tibetan monks and Thomas Edison's cylinder recordings, below, courtesy of Magnetic Magazine.

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