Stretching Exercises is a 3 hour and 22 minute-long album of conceptually stretched sounds.
Track & Album Information:
Track 1: Carl Sagan saying the word "billion" once during the first episode of Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, stretched to last one hour. (A bona fide viral phenomenon!)
Track 2: The opening chord to the Beatles' A Hard Days Night stretched to last one hour. Sample recorded from vinyl album.
Track 3: The slap bass bumper used as a scene transition on the television show Seinfeld, stretched to the average length of an episode of Seinfeld without commercials.
Track 4: All the non-vocal musical passages from Chuck Berry's Johnny B. Goode (exactly one minute of raw material) stretched to last for an hour.
Released June 27, 2017.
a 1500x1500ppi image of the cover of Jane Fonda's Workout Record (1981) with a 500 pixel horizontal motion blur. Typeface: Eurostile Extended (bold and regular) with 500pt tracking.
All sounds stretched with Paulstretch. I know it's not impressive virtuosity. That's not the point.