Talk:This Binary Universe

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I'm not sure this statement is really sourced in any verifiable fact.

"This isn't a typical BT album and shouldn't be considered an actual artist album by BT. It's a piece of experimental work that is hard to define."

Unless someone can come up with a source that gives that statement any real legitimacy, I'm taking it out. ~ ReaPsTA

The term "time correction" is jargon invented by BT himself, and therefore should not be used in this article to refer to a "common" technique. Rather, it should be explained as an evolution...then incorporated into how it came to be USED by Transeau.

Seems a little POV to me. 68.118.32.48 15:49, 9 September 2006 (UTC)

Article could use some sources/references for it's claims 82.171.119.249 21:58, 19 September 2006 (UTC)

Album Booklet Steganography[edit]

I'm going to hate saying this but only because BT fans are sometimes quite protective and passionate about BT steganography. Anyway, the holes on the album envelope and the underscores & dashes throughout the booklet spell out "BT" and "This Binary Universe" respectively, in Morse Code.

BT hinted at this in his DivX interview which can be found at here. 81.208.161.148

First musical composition[edit]

What does this mean? It's not his first composition by any stretch of the imagination. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 65.110.25.66 (talk) 00:01, 7 September 2007 (UTC)