www.pitchshifter.com is an album by the British industrial band Pitchshifter, released in 1998. It was their first major label album, and was sonically a departure from previous albums with a more cleaner sounding production as well as lacking crunchy metal-laden riffs; the album also has more traditional song structures, and is a change of vocal styles to much more "clean" vocals as opposed to the grunts and growls heard on previous albums. It's also unique in the Pitchshifter discography as the song-writing process started with producing beats and then writing the other instrument parts to the beats, leading the album to have a much more breakbeat/big beat/techno sound that the industrial metal of their previous albums and the alternative metal of their later albums.
Vocals,Co Programming,Beats: J.S Clayden
Guitar,Programming: Johnny Carter
Bass: Mark clayden
Drums(live): D.J. Walters
Additional guitar: Jim Davies
This album was produced by Machine Freeman and engineered by Machine Freeman, J.s Clayden and Johnny Carter at The Machine Shop, Hoboken NJ, USA.