By Matthew Strauss.
Richard D. James (aka Aphex Twin) has shared a new demo. It’s called “4xAtlantis take1,” and it was “made to test out the Poly CV feature on the Cirklon,” a rep for sequencer manufacturer Sequentix has confirmed to Pitchfork. (He also used 4 Intellijel Atlantix modules to make “4xAtlantis take1.”) The track arrives in Sequentix’s new video from the Berlin electronic music and gear fair Superbooth. Check out James’ demo in the video below. Last year, Aphex Twin released the Cheetah EP. The seven-track effort included two songs named after Sequentix’s Cirklon: “[CIRKLON3 [Колхозная mix]](http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/18386-aphex-twin-cirklon3-mix/),” and “CIRKLON 1.” The former came with a music video directed by a child (which Pitchfork named the No. 21 best video of 2016).
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