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Various - Public Folder #3 Golden Record Edition album flac Performer: Various
Title: Public Folder #3 Golden Record Edition
Style: Experimental, Technical
Released: 2017
MP3 album: 1923 mb
FLAC album: 1858 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: FLAC AHX VOC DTS MIDI VOX MP3
Genre: Electronic / Not albums

The Voyager Golden Records are two phonograph records that were included aboard both Voyager spacecraft launched in 1977. The records are a sort of time capsule.

PUBLIC FOLDER, Golden Record (Book).

Greetings and Sounds of the Earth. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Complete your purchase to save the MP3 version to your music library.

Folder by the volume settings folder, released 19 December 2014 1. Céline 2. Ferdinand de S. 3. .Includes unlimited streaming of Folder via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Streaming + Download. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Includes: -Folder CDr, a brand new cardboard sleeve, with notes on fine paper coming from italian 1930s-40s school copybooks; folded in handmade grey envelope, with external ink artwork; a printed bookmark with the release's artwork; INCLUDES the BONUS TRACK "Offer Me Ciccàra"; -The Flashlight Tales 3 CDrs placed in paper envelopes with dedicated artwork sealed with blue wax

Record Instruments of the Orchestra Golden Record Library Album 2 Golden Record. A black sleeve protects the record, but is not in good shape, with splits. Vintage Children's Records My First Golden Record Library ( 8 records/Volumes). for more Nat King Cole records Moses: Egypt & Moses: The Promised Land (The Golden Record Bible Library).

Carl Sagan’s Voyager Golden Record may be the most limited release album of all time. It’s certainly the most well-traveled. The iconic record, which NASA developed to represent humankind to alien civilizations, was printed onto gold-plated copper and launched into space aboard Voyager 1 back in 1977. Today, it's nearly 13 billion miles away from Earth. A second record is on a similar trajectory aboard Voyager 2. There are ten more on display at various NASA institutions. But that’s it. Apparently, even Sagan, who chaired the committee that created the record, couldn't get a copy

Tracklist

A Justus Köhncke System Als Schönheit
B1 Jörg Sasse Voyager
B2 Jens-Uwe Beyer Black Ocean - Blue Sea
C1 A.W.* Per Monstra Ad Astra
C2 Voyager 1 Plasma Wave System (NASA)* 12.-13. November 1980 (Saturn)
C3 F.D.* Arecibo Message
D Public Folder Golden Record / Images

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Lacquer Cut At – SST GmbH

Credits

  • Lacquer Cut By – Kr*

Notes

Contents:
- Book "Public Folder #3"
- 2 x 12" each housed in a seperate standard black die cut outer sleeve with black inner sleeve
- 6 A4 sheets with informations about the tracks and attachments
- Black / silver sticker showing a reworked version of the original golden record instructions on the cover
- Download card (for only two tracks - B2 and D)

Limited to 150 hand numbered boxes.

Lacquer and pressing plant credits only valid for record 1, as record 2 has completely different runout etchings.

Following notes are parts from the release site of Kompakt.fm

40 years of the Voyager Golden Record. In 1977 two gilded records were send on a journey to interstellar space on board of the twin-spacecrafts Voyager 1 and Voyager 2. Stored on the discs are nearly two hours of audio material (music, sounds, words) and also 120 audio encoded images (photography, graphic, text) in order to describe culture and living space of mankind to a possible finder in a distant future and space. Today Voyager 1 is the furthest artefact and, since 2012, also the first one in interstellar space.
John Harten’s art book project reflects in 120 artist contributions and four essays the compelling multi-layered idea and approach of this iconic data disk between album, atlas and archive and deals specifically with the images stored on the Golden Record

The Book (Public Folder #3):
24 x 20cm; 344 pages; german/english; Elaborate bookdesign with two thread-stitched book parts, removable text book, different papers, 8 paged cover with goldfoil embossing and silver print and folded poster wrapper. With contributions by 120 artists

Record 1 (PF3 / GR1)
A: Justus Köhncke - System als Schönheit: The audio part of Köhncke’s contribution for the book. A conceptual composition, transforming the Unix software development timeline to sound. Played from a metal dubplate in an installation 2012.
B1: Jörg Sasse - Voyager : Tape recorded soundcollage Jörg Sasse did in 1980, using radio reports about the Voyager mission (see also track A2 on record 2).
B2: Jens-Uwe Beyer - Black Ocean - Blue Sea: The composition of nearly 18 minutes is a hommage to a piece on the actual Golden Record where the history of earth and mankind is explained in a soundcollage. Among other sources, Beyer uses science data from the Voyager mission.

Record 2 (PF3 / GR2):
A1: A.W. - Per Monstra Ad Astra: Morse code of Aby Warburgs „per monstra ad astra“, as a citation of Kepler’s (and Sagan’s) motto „per aspera ad astra“, which is stored as morse code on the actual Golden Record.
A2: Voyager 1 Plasma Wave System (NASA) - 12.-13. November 1980 (Saturn): The Plasma Wave Subsystem is one of the science experiments of the Voyager probes. It detects plasma waves between 10 Hz and 56 kHz, which makes it possible to just represent the data as sound waves. The data used here represent the Saturn fly-by of Voyager 1 (see also track B1 on record 1).
A3: F. D. - Arecibo Message: This is an early SETI message in form of a binary pixel image, initiated in 1974 by Frank Drake who is one of the main founders of the Golden Record.
B: Public Folder - Golden Record / Images: Similar to the images on the Golden Record, all 120 artist contributions for the book were encoded and stored as audio sound. Each image takes 10sec and can be read-out (made visible) by a spectrum analyzer.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (ISBN barcode on the book): 978-3-95763-395-8
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): PUBLICFOLDER3GR1 A MPO PF3 / GR1 JK 45 RPM Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): PUBLICFOLDER3GR1 B MPO PF3 / GR1 JS JU 33 RPM Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): AW V1 PWS 12-13/11/1980 FD A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): TO THE MAKERS OF IMAGES - ALL WORLDS, ALL TIMES B