amplitude: The amount of a signal. Amplitude is measured by determining the amount of fluctuation in air pressure (of a sound), voltage (of an electrical signal), or numerical data (in a digital application). When the signal is in the audio range, amplitude is perceived as loudness.

–A playlist featuring 10 recent electronica gems you should definitely dig!–

Dark MTTR – ‘Mayan Spirit’

[downtempo/minimal electronic]

Shadient – ‘Cyclone’


Ikane C. – ‘Yūgen’


David Lindmer – ‘New Solution’ (Original Mix)

 [techno/acid house]

stanleystanley – ‘at least i have been a firework (Spring Cleaning #03)’

[downtempo/minimal electronic]

Gus Miller – ‘Jungle’

[downtempo/minimal electronic]

JustSoul – ‘Intergalactic Travel’


Patawawa – ‘Wires’

[indie electronic/nu disco]

Zaitex  – ‘As I Am’

[future bass]

AIST – ‘1000’

[trip-hop/indie electronic]

WarningSounds that are 85 dBA or above can permanently damage your ears. The more sound pressure a sound has, the less time it takes to cause damage. For example, a sound at 85 dBA may take as long at 8 hours to cause permanent damage, while a sound at 100 dBA can start damaging hair cells after only 30 minutes of listening.

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Christos Doukakis