Some short sound clips/loops I created while working on some tracks for Acoustic Rain.
An experimental album of music played/sequenced live and recorded on my phone/tablet using various music apps. All songs here are the first “live” draft, and may be corrected/reprocessed later. Generally ambient synth/rock sound.
1. Barbecuew (created by… my voice, primarily)
1. An Unpopular Lactobacilli (created in Beatwave)
2. A Vaguely Popular Lactobacilli (created in Beatwave)
3. RainA (created in Rockmate)
4. Yergi (created in Rockmate)
This track is somewhat similar in composition method to Fourscore, and was created in an attempt to make a musical “card” for Mother’s Day. In a similar vein, the phrase “Happy Mother’s Day!” was entered into the DAW’s piano roll, in a font style similar to a 7-pin dot matrix display. The sequence is then looped and used with several different instruments, primarily a selection of sounds from the Sculpture physical modeling synth (some processed through the Space Designer reverb) and a custom arpeggiated sequence that I created in NLogPoly. The track is backed with a few drum loops and samples from Logic Pro. It is a little towards the atonal and discordant side, but has a punchy and direct sound that is definitely growing on me.
An ambient experiment involving several different sound sources, including time-stretched samples of city and construction noise alongside several different temporally varied versions of a field recording I did of walking around in a rainstorm with a creaky umbrella. It also features some Logic loops to complement the sound and the grinding, serendipitous feedback glitching that resulted in some of the samples as part of the stretching process. There are also some custom-tuned reaktor sound generators and several drum loops processed through ringshifters and granular synthesis. The result of all this? Well, it’s a sort of ambient/illbient weird thing that I guess could be somewhat relaxing (well, once you get through the grinding feedback-laden introduction, at any rate).
A short clip that I came across while going over some audio projects I was working on on my PC. I do most of my processing on a Mac, but I keep a PC DAW around for the plugins that are only available as .dll VSTs. I haven’t had a PC setup for a while, but after picking up Music Creator 6 in a sale I decided to reconstitute it, and reinstall all my old PC VST plugins from backup. During that process, I came across some other related folders, and found this unusual but oddly compelling audio clip resulting from one of my older experimental projects.
I dug this one up while going through some old projects. Some more live-played arpeggiations and stuff, nothing particularly groundbreaking, but I do like the sound of it.
Not much more to say than that…
It’s not what you think…
Something from the archives that I came across recently. More noodling around in ColorMusic, I suspect, although I have no idea what the source image for this one was…