Preview Track: Raung Jagat Synthetic
Language has been key in the grand scheme of human evolution. Not only as a systematic form of communication tool, but when stripped off of its grammars and codes, also capable as a medium of much more complex multi-layered message such as expression and non-verbal intents. Voice, as the bearer of language, is in the center of it all. So what will happen then when machines figured out that human language is not all systems and codes? That humans also rely on abstract sonic expressions? Will it make them appreciate the significance of every little sound of voice to make them more human? And have we, as actual humans, treated voice to its true potential?
Raung Jagat is a system designed by Rully Shabara originally for people to find their true voice through a collective voice workshop. This time, the system is implemented on chatbots in order to investigate how far can machine express themselves outside of their typical binary codes and instructions.
This release is a non streaming exclusive to The Store Front.
“Narrative has been the bread and butter for Rully Shabara. So it’s natural that Raung Jagat is full of lore and intense experimentation for you get lost into. Cop this one if you’re into literally deconstructing music.”
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