Empty Triangles, an Electronic Rock Band, returns to NativeDSD with Empty Triangles 2.0. Their debut Electronic Rock album, the self-titled Empty Triangles, received a wonderful response from NativeDSD listeners.
Empty Triangles 2.0 is a retro-inspired collection of electro-pop. It was recorded to Analog Tape using a collection of historic gear from the 80s and 90s to achieve that signature sound, whilst maintaining a modern production and vibe! It has been released through the ‘Same Great Sounds Productions’ sub-label.
The first Empty Triangles album can be found here.
Total time: 00:48:55
DSD 512 fs, DSD 256 fs, DSD 128 fs, DSD 64 fs, FLAC 192 kHz, FLAC 96 kHz
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|Release Date||December 3, 2021|
2 reviews for Empty Triangles 2.0 (Exclusive NativeDSD Edition)
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A worthy follow-up to the first album. The synths sound as good as ever!
Daniel Gurney (verified owner) –
I don’t know if it was intentional or not to give it a specific sound, but there is a lot of hiss in the background of most of the tracks on this album. It’s a great album, super fun to listen to, but so much of it ends up with me annoyed at what sounds like cassette hiss when things get quiet.
At first I thought it was my hardware, and I went through playing all sorts of other songs and formats and using different headphones and cables and playing it off my PC and my Walkman and in the end it was just the music had hiss.
If it wasn’t intentional, that seems sloppy. If it was intentional, i cannot think of any reason you’d want that. Sort of like how some music will have fake vinyl popping and such at the start, that’s kind of fun and it goes away after the intro, but this is just hiss through the entire thing.
Not impressed, trying to figure out how to get rid of that hiss myself so it’s enjoyable to listen to.
Cameron Chisholm (verified owner) –