It's 80's drama abstracted in artificial space rather than stadiums. sound objects that fill and decorate the space you're in now rather than refer to one elsewhere
It's closer to the kind of 3D animation @Matthew does for a living than it is to proper music humans like. At some point though someone clever will bring these techniques into actual proper music humans like
yea i think it's a push for the tangible and the extra sensory as a correction.... because we're losing that immersion of the senses in geographical space and environmentsIt's not that it's a push for realism per se but it's a push for a more real physics, dynamics, 3D modelling and acoustic space
I don't care what you're into
Anyway I'm more into the sound which pursues this into digital music as a smashed laptop screen with flickering reflections.