Memory Code is a project with the central focus on the human memory. Originally developed as an audio/video live performance the duo Schnitt based their research for this work on the decoding of their personal memory. During the composition of the album, Schnitt undergoes an inspection and analysis of their own conserved information, automatisms, and intense emotional states connecting them with their current state of mind. The album Memory Code is developed in nine tracks, each one dedicated to a certain type of memory in which successions of layers gradually become visible and emerge in the sound structure generating a balance between subtle personal sensations and vibrations. For the realization of the album Memory Code, Schnitt extends their work inviting several international artists to participate with their personal sound memory to the project, asking them to send one or more "memory sound files" in order to integrate and open the project to other artistic influences, different cultural backgrounds, national origins and generations. The "memory file" contributions received by the eleven guest artists are integrated as a micro ignition of memory into the sound structures previously developed by Schnitt, as well as being an initial input for new compositions in behalf of the Memory Code album. Features: Caterina Barbieri, I.A. Bericochea, Tilman Ehrhorn, Anders Ilar, Incite/, Vitor Joaquim, Ran Slavin, Tacit Group, Frans de Waard, Pavel Zhagun, and Herman Kolgen.