Stereoscopic laid is an experiment in sound. What you are hearing are not 'sounds', in fact, are 'images'. The idea behind this album was to generate sound tracks equivalent to stereoscopic images, in which you see a sightly different point of view of the same scene with each eye, creating the illusion of depth.
The process was really simple, I chose for each track an image and I generated two similar versions with a minor deviation, similar to the perspectives that both eyes naturally perceive in binocular vision. Then I converted the jpg files in wav files through a process of data bending. What you are hearing is a stereo sound file in which the left channel is equivalent to the left eye and viceversa. I recommend listening to it using headphones.”