As this is the AE forum, I'll give some extra patch notes with the tracks:
RBSS drives the sequence notes. IIRC I used the inverse of the RBSS for the bass pitch. Slow envelopes generate triggers & notes. 'bird sounds' at the start and end, are actually a sample of me wistling, processed through the Cirrus to give it the chirping feel.
Different synth sounds & loops recorded from AE straight into PO33. Drums are recorded samples from a Boss Dr-Synth. PO-33 did the sequencing & some FX (stutter, scratches, reverse,..)
Generative, eerie ambient/drone track, made with lots of slow modulation & RBSS having heavy influence in the notes. All sent through lots of reverb from Cirrus and the Delay. Small clicks are of course provided by cirrus. Also used the reverb & delay on the 1010Bluebox (my recorder there). Left the patch running without listening for about 20 minutes. Relistened later and cut out my favorite excerpt. (Full version is a bonus track for the album)
Recorded a small excerpt of a Frank Ocean track that was playing outside. Drums are all sounds I made with my mouth (IM A SCATMAN ) & recorded/sequenced with PO-33. Synths are AE recordings, sequenced with PO-33.
A recording at the sea, processed with Cirrus, with some slow modulation of the different parameters.
one slow, looping envelope through the quantizer control the two note sequences. One oscillator is controlled by the inverse envelope of the other. The envelopes are attenuated, and the amount of attenuation determines how 'high'/'low' the note sequence goes.
Post by keurslagerkurt on Sept 24, 2021 10:47:53 GMT
In order, locations from the 1st - 4th track, don't have a picture for the last track sadly (it was the first one i recorded and i forgot)
Considering my weird sitting location on the last picture: I wanted to record a video for my ytb with that track ('Franks track'). However my 1010Music Bluebox did not work with the powerbank, it needs too much amps for that. So my workflow was to make a track outside, then move to a power source to record the end product/patch. So I'm sitting next to the door because that was how far I got with the power cable haha! Its a shame that the largest, most beautiful part of the surroundings (the Italian alps!) is not in the frame.
Post by keurslagerkurt on Sept 25, 2021 6:36:31 GMT
Thank you all for the kind words 😊
pt3r : it is the incredibly glamorous italodisco influence 😅
maydonpoliris : haha yeah, I was not 'allowed' to take more synths with me out fear for that situation 😉 however my better half likes to take a 45min nap everyday around 3pm, and Italians actually do this siësta too. So that was a perfect fit.