Dedicated to my daughter Nadezhda Isaeva

Welcome to Unyt

All tracks written, arranged, produced and mixed by Vladislav Isaev at studio Monokanal, Russia (
Additional sequences and sampling by Elena Isaeva
Text at the track “Turgenev” reads by Vlad Kopp
Audio mastering by Vincent Villuis | Ultimae Studio (

Track One


Over and over again…(english name of the track).

A complicated process is repeating over and over again.
Over and over again.Over and over again.
So, all plants consist of cells
Cells differ in dimension, form, color of plastids and cell juice.
Have a look: there is a movement in cells, water has vaporized, cytoplasm has turned to a little lump , the movement has stopped.
The cells are about to die.
The cytoplasm swells and starts to move again. Cells revive.
Over and over again.

Track TWO


Unyt? What does it mean? It’s a very long story. Let’s keep in secret, ok?

“The point of life, the purpose of it – joy. Rejoice in the sky, the sun, the stars, on the grass, trees, animals, people. And dishes to ensure that the joy that nothing was broken. Violated this joy, then you made a mistake somewhere – look for this error and fix it.”

― Leo Tolstoy, between 1828-1910.

Track Three


Quantum evolution is the hypothesis that quantum effects can bias the process of mutation towards adaptive genetic variation.

“If we wait for the moment when everything, absolutely everything is ready, we shall never begin.”

― Ivan Turgenev, between 1818-1883.

Track Four


…is not visible (english name of the track).

“If Russian will tell you that he does not love the motherland, don’t believe him, he is not Russian.”

― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, between 1821-1881.

Track Five


Light (english name of the track).

“All the variety, all the charm, all the beauty of life is made up of light and shadow.”

― Leo Tolstoy, between 1828-1910.

Track Six


A clinostat is a device which uses rotation to negate the effects of gravitational pull on plant growth and development. It has also been used to study the effects of microgravity on cell cultures and animal embryos.

“Only hear the word, love – what an intense, glowing sound it has! Nature – what a cold, pedantic expression…”

― Ivan Turgenev, between 1818-1883.

Track Seven


A parsec is a unit of length used to measure large distances to objects outside our Solar System. One parsec is the distance at which one astronomical unit subtends an angle of one arcsecond.A parsec is equal to about 3.26 light-years (31 trillion kilometres or 19 trillion miles) in length.

“First, inevitably, the idea, the fantasy, the fairy tale. Then, scientific calculation. Ultimately, fulfillment crowns the dream.”

― Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, between 1857-1935.

Track Eight


City of virtual reality.

“You should never ask anyone for anything. Never – and especially from those who are more powerful than yourself. They will make the offer and they will give of their own accord.”

― Mikhail Bulgakov, between 1891-1940.

Track Nine


Hope (english name of the track) is an optimistic attitude of mind that is based on an expectation of positive outcomes related to events and circumstances in one’s life or the world at large.
Among its opposites are dejection, hopelessness and despair. Also, Hope (Nadezhda) is a Slavic female given name popular in Russia.

“Faith is neither hope nor trust, but a particular spiritual state. Faith is man’s awareness that his position in the world obliges him to perform certain actions. A person acts according to his faith, not as the catechism says because he believes in things unseen as in things seen, nor because he wishes to achieve things hoped for, but simply because having defined his position in the world it is natural for him to act according to it.”

― Leo Tolstoy, between 1828-1910.

Track Ten


Ivan Turgenev was a Russian novelist, short story writer, and playwright.

I was walking along the street… I was stopped by a decrepit old beggar.
Bloodshot, tearful eyes, blue lips, coarse rags, festering wounds…. Oh, how hideously poverty had eaten into this miserable creature!
He held out to me a red, swollen, filthy hand. He groaned, he mumbled of help.
I began feeling in all my pockets…. No purse, no watch, not even a handkerchief…. I had taken nothing with me.
And the beggar was still waiting… and his outstretched hand feebly shook and trembled.
Confused, abashed, I warmly clasped the filthy, shaking hand…
— ‘Don’t be angry, brother; I have nothing, brother.’
The beggar stared at me with his bloodshot eyes; his blue lips smiled; and he in his turn gripped my chilly fingers.
— ‘What of it, brother?’ he mumbled; ‘thanks for this, too. That is a gift too, brother.’
I knew that I too had received a gift from my brother.

― Ivan Turgenev “The Beggar”, February, 1878.


Field recordings – Nagra SD, Ediroll R-44, Marantz PMD661, Sennheiser MKH-418S, Sanken COS-11D, Neumann TLM 49, hand-made binaural microphones.
Synths: Moog Minitaur, DSI Tetra, Access Virus Ti2, Polivoks, Roland JX3P, Roland SH-101, Roland D-550, Roland TR-8, Clavia Nord Modular G2X, Korg Z1, Korg M1, Yamaha TX81Z.
Effects: Esko-100, LM 1229, Alesis Midiverb 2.
Tape Machine: Elektronika 004-Stereo (hand-made modified), Tape: Svema.
Software: Avid Pro Tools HD, Avid Pro Plug-ins, Dave Hill’s RA, Waves, Nugen Audio, Minnetonka Audio, Exponential Audio, Eventide, iZotope RX, Adobe Creative Cloud, Sonnox.
Monitoring: 5.1 Quested S8, S7, SB10R


This album available in the 5.1 Surround Audio version.The pack includes the following formats:
1/ Dolby Digital (.AC3)
2/ Dolby Digital Plus (.MP4)
With 5.1 discrete channels of High-Fidelity Surround Sound provides consistent cinema-style audio across your content using an advanced surround sound audio technology designed for evolving media. To fully enjoy the experience you need to be equiped with adapted audio installations : home theater equipment, such as A/V receivers, Blu-ray™ players, or TVs with Dolby Digital Plus.
Mixing was made with Quested 5.1 monitoring system and encoded with Minnetonka Audio software in Pro Tools HD.


Heart Thanks to:Mother and Father, Grandmother and Grandfather, my wife Elena, daughters: Nadezhda and Viola, Julia Orlova and Ivan Orlov, Igor Isaev and Stanislav Isaev.

Special Thanks:Vincent Villuis and Sandrine Gryson, Arnaud Galoppe, Pavel and Eugenia Stepanovskiy, Mikhail Stepanovskiy, Alexander Prokhorov and his family, Valery Drogalin and Lubov Drogalina, Anna Lindberg, Angelina and Thomas Hermansson, Steve Breslin.

Thanks to:Radoslaw Kochman and Daniel Lulkowski (Sundial Aeon), Mark Morgan, Brian Dougans and Garry Cobain (Future Sound of London), Ivan Stupaev, Vlad Kopp, Sergey Orlovskiy, Oleg Chumakov, Ivan Fedyanin, Artem Mironovskiy, Dmitri Karasev, Vera Stepanovskaya, Roman Alexeev and Vladimir Sedov (Koan), Vadim Frolikov, Elena Sevostyanova, Andrey Azarov, Alexander Fomin, Alexander Shukaev (Sensorica), Artiom Kolpakov, Alexander Saloid, Tatiana Isaeva.

Thanks to companies:Ultimae, Avid, Quested, Waves (and personally Mick Olesh and Tomer Elbaz), Nugen Audio, Eventide, Nival,, 8dio Production (and personally Troels Folmann), Pole Position studio (and personally Max Lachmann).

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