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We have our internal booking agency. For Rone, Clara Moto, Fraction, Donso, Cubenx, Arandel, or InFiné showcases you can address your requests to booking@infine-music.com.

For other artists, we will also redirect your requests to the right contacts.

Since November 2008, we also have our own publishing company to take of our artist's rights and to multiply broadcasting and exploitation of their tracks in advertisements, movies, television's shows, websites, video games, compilations...

For that matters, send e-mail to publishing@infine-editions.com


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Rone - apache in 3d in your headphone

Posted 28 Mar 14


The Human ear has a 360° nature. The “head shadow” assesses the temporality and spatiality of an audio event. Sound Engineers have been searching for the best recording and broadcasting techniques to recreate this feeling of reality in sound. They first focused their studies in studio environment and then slowly developed 5.1 sound system for Home Entertainment. Now, they will bring it to our headphones.

« Binaural » is quite old word dating back from the late XIXth century. It's based on the dual perception of our human ear (level and time). It also studies the way sounds travel and are assimilated by our brain. The result is a psycho-acoustic experience, which spatialy transcends normally recorded stereo.

Interestingly enough,the French were the first one to have interest for « Binaural » principles, when they developed a telephonic distribution system to listen to Opera (Theatrephone). The BBC in UK broadcasted various 3D recordings of his radio-shows (most notably Rob Da Bank' s 3D headphone special early March). In France, NouvOson, a website developed by sound engineers of Radio France are regularly posting 3D recordings.

 

We met those gentlemen and loved the result. And Rone as well...

 

You also can check the interview of Herve Dujardin (in French) in InFiné latest radioshow on Campus radio.

Hervé mentionned the various challenges of 3D developments and highlighted the necessity to give to a direction and a language. It's only the beginning.

 


Our collaboration starts today with the premiere of a 3D/Binaural version of Rone's Apache.

Binaural sound is to be listened only with headphones.


… more coming very soon.

More about Binaural :

BBC

Wikipedia

Rob Da Bank 3D Headphone special

BiLi

 

 

 

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boiler room

Posted 24 Mar 14


We are taking over the BOILER ROOM in Paris for a very special broadcast Live from le Point Perché ( in Palais de Tokyo).

This session represents the intenational highlight for a serie of parties organized by InFiné in France (and soon in the rest of the world) and labelized as "Club InFiné" :

26th March in Toulouse [ Danton Eeprom - Cubenx - Clara Moto ]
28th March in Paris [ Juan Atkins - Francesco Tristano - Danton Eeprom - Downliners Sekt - Clara Moto ]
29th March in Bordeaux [ Danton Eeprom - Cubenx - Gordon Shumway ]


From 8 pm to 11.30 CET, and for the first on video stream (!),
you will be able to watch the latest liveset of ...

FRANCESCO TRISTANO 

DOWNLINERS SEKT 

DANTON EEPROM 

and a Deejay set of

CLARA MOTO

Rendez vous à Paris ou sur Boilerroom.tv !

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podcast 020 - ricardo tobar

Posted 04 Mar 14


This podcast section celebrates its 20th instalment with psychedelic journey mixed by Ricardo Tobar.

 

InFiné likes South America - more precisely the psychedelic effects that most South American artists inject in their music. This mixed feeling of distorted happiness and hypnotic reality has certainly something to do with their ancient shamanic heritage. Most French people like that feeling as well. I would bet that this is a part of our disturbed relationship with our “glorious” past history. We are just particularly sensitive to the charms of the “lost paradise”. But enough of dubious theories...

The facts: Ricardo Tobar, native from “Viña Del Mar” in Chile, lives neither in London (where James Holden released his first EP), nor in Cologne, that other European capital for psychedelic techno (especially Traum Schallplatten), but in Paris. Last year he released his most experimental EP (Esoteric/Carnaval) for the French imprint In Paradisium, followed by his first album “Treillis” on Desire. We liked it a lot here. 

 

This 60-minute mix encompasses all what we like about Ricardo´s music. His ability to flirt with raw textures and analog sounds, to build a schizophrenic momentum, and then move on with an ethereal germ. We wish you a pleasant journey!

Originally broadcasted on InFiné "L´Emission" on radio Campus Paris.

And in full glory on our Soundcloud account !