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  • AO One Sample Dare Challenge #6

    The 24bit / 44KHz mono sample for challenge #6 can be downloaded from SoundCloud

    https://soundcloud.com/rabbitsquirrel/because-it-is-entirely-too-hot


    This is a field recording of an end of a late night walk to 7-11 for a Slurpee. Includes sounds of cars, barking dogs, refrigerator hum, Slurpee dispensing, and pulsing clicks the machine makes after use.


    Rules are:

    1. Additional samples, soundfonts, synths, samplers are NOT permitted (except instruments which will use only given contest sample loaded). Any other processing of contest sample is permitted.

    2. You can use as many copies of original sample as you want, each processed with respect to Rule 1.

    3. Time for submissions is two weeks.

    4. Submissions should be uploaded to place available for all AO members. Links should be posted in thread dedicated to given round.
    Please, do not use hosting with countdown, CAPTCHA and other obstacles.

    5. Winner of contest is chosen by votes of AO members.

    6. Winner of contest chooses sample for next contest.

    7. Winner SHOULD disclose the formula for winning track for the benefit of community.
    really, there is no such thing as unlistenable noise...
    SoundClound
    Bandcamp

  • #2
    This ought to be interesting
    https://soundcloud.com/negativespectrum

    My record label
    http://xenomorphrecords.bandcamp.com/

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    • #3
      extracted 2.54s at 1:30
      extracted 0.3s at 1:27.5
      stretched both to about 180 seconds with audacity
      Added effects which were step pitch shifter + ring modulator + reverb/delay, with parameters being modified on all three while the sample is played.
      The last half was extracted, reversed, and mixed into the first half -- what I call 'folding'. Peace
      Last edited by AstroAndMusic; 07-16-2013, 10:57 AM.

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      • #4
        wow man, thats some sikk stuff...not much of a reason to post this now but since i did all this work ...also i had to use my reverbnation cuz my soundcloud is full right now...let me know if i need to change it...tried to embed it but it wont work fer some reason, so here's a link...

        http://www.reverbnation.com/sleepdat...opers-in-cloud


        track 1
        tal-filter
        fragmental
        freqdelay
        waterfall
        panning

        track 2
        track 1 doubl down a cpl of octaves

        track 3
        reverse original track
        sporatic phase and space delay



        Last edited by ARshawn; 07-19-2013, 05:18 PM.
        https://soundcloud.com/sleep-data

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        • #5
          What a fine sample!! Truly inspirational - hope to get an entry done. Good luck ya'll!

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          • #6
            https://soundcloud.com/fallsastar/staying-cool


            FL Studio, mostly the basic sampler but a few slicers and one instance of Granulizer. Chipcrusher, DubStation, Mangleverb, Transverb, ValhallaRoom.

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            • #7
              iZotope Iris, Mammut, GlaceVerb, MMultibandGranular, PaulStretch, ReflexPro2, ValhallaRoom, ValhallaShimmer, Voxengo PristineSpace.

              The most interesting part was using one paulstretched and mammuted part of original sample as input and another, similarly processed part as "impulse" in Voxengo Pristine Space. Two parts of one sample interacting with eachother through convolution.

              I have used method described by Simon Stockhausen in his post "Production techniques" - overdoing noise/hiss reduction on few of transformed sample versions I produced interesting sounds. Thank you, Simon!

              http://soundcloud.com/metadronos/tuturinton
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              • #8
                Originally posted by MetaDronos View Post
                iZotope Iris, Mammut, GlaceVerb, MMultibandGranular, PaulStretch, ReflexPro2, ValhallaRoom, ValhallaShimmer, Voxengo PristineSpace.

                The most interesting part was using one paulstretched and mammuted part of original sample as input and another, similarly processed part as "impulse" in Voxengo Pristine Space. Two parts of one sample interacting with eachother through convolution.

                I have used method described by Simon Stockhausen in his post "Production techniques" - overdoing noise/hiss reduction on few of transformed sample versions I produced interesting sounds. Thank you, Simon!

                http://soundcloud.com/metadronos/tuturinton
                My pleasure, Sebastian, nice to read that these tips are leading you somewhere

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                • #9
                  Alright! Here goes something different!

                  I was recently bit by a tick and caught quite a nasty case of Lyme disease. During this illness there hasn't been much to do except rest and fool around with Ableton. Then, I found rabbitsquirrel's sample absolutely inspiring, so I decided to test the limits of my present sound manipulation skills and do something I've never done before - a track you could dance to...well, in theory at least . Everything you hear is derived from the sample above, no other instruments/synths/samples have been used. If someone's interested, I can write about the process. For the time being it might be enough to say it was quite an ordeal (in a positive way) and involved a mighty amount of cut/paste/stretch/cut/paste + automation from a hefty pile of plug-ins ;).
                  http://soundcloud.com/utu-lautturi/utu-lautturi-tickbit-ao-one
                  Last edited by Utu Lautturi; 07-25-2013, 11:19 AM.

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                  • #10
                    Not sure what was happening with this one, nothing like I imagined but here you go:

                    https://soundcloud.com/lighthugger/a06-the-androids-fever-dream


                    Small loop from slurpee machine FIRed, EQed and delayed for the rhythmic bit. FIRed, EQed, pitchshifted and double verbed for the drone. Dogs just FIRed to remove some background noise/add interesting artifact
                    Latest release: never to be repeated

                    Hearthis | Soundcloud

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                    • #11
                      I just realized we haven't started the voting for this one! I think many of us were distracted with the AO Comp
                      I would start the thread, but I'm not exactly sure how to set up the voting...
                      really, there is no such thing as unlistenable noise...
                      SoundClound
                      Bandcamp

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                      • #12
                        Neither am I, but I'll have a try
                        Whatsisname's Little Fluffy Clouds | Campsite | Hearthis | Orfium | SeismicTC | Twitter | Ello

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