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  • Digital Frippertronics

    inspired by https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frippertronics

    https://soundcloud.com/ahornberg/digital-frippertronics-ii
    ahornberg.bandcamp.com
    soundcloud.com/ahornberg

  • #2
    This would go really well with film. Reminds me of twilight zone.
    Very interesting.
    soundcloud.com/phillipanossov

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    • #3
      Interesting... I'm wondering, how did you do this, digitally speaking?

      cheers

      andy
      I may not post anything useful, but at least I do it often

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      • #4
        Hi there.

        Took the liberty of listening to all three of your frippertronics tracks, interesting to listen to whilst reading about the concept of frippertronics. Enjoyed all three, thank you for sharing them.

        Just out of interest, is this something that you could perform as a live performance ? (With it being a digital recreation rather than analog)

        Cheers
        James.
        Please feel free to check out my music - thank you
        https://olivary.bandcamp.com/music

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dutch Oven View Post
          Just out of interest, is this something that you could perform as a live performance ? (With it being a digital recreation rather than analog)
          Yes, any guitar effect pedal with a long delay time (some seconds or even longer) and a feedback loop would work. In a live performance the results can be surprising (good or bad). It's like playing in an extremely large hall. I made some experiences on playing trombone in a baroque church where every note I played came back delayed by about a second or so. I've never worked with loop-recorders but I think it's some kind of frippertronics too.
          ahornberg.bandcamp.com
          soundcloud.com/ahornberg

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          • #6
            Originally posted by synkrotron View Post
            Interesting... I'm wondering, how did you do this, digitally speaking?
            I used a feedback delay of 5 seconds delay-time and played more randomly in a microtonal tuning.
            ahornberg.bandcamp.com
            soundcloud.com/ahornberg

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