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  • #2
    I hear a track using effect for the sake of effect. Anyone can do that.
    Well, that's what I'm thinking when I listen to this...but of course I know there will soon be replies exclaiming their approval.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by annode View Post
      I hear a track using effect for the sake of effect. Anyone can do that.
      Well, that's what I'm thinking when I listen to this...but of course I know there will soon be replies exclaiming their approval.
      Yes, and I had a lot of fun using all these FX.
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      • #4
        well done and FX are for playing with :-)

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        • #5
          For me it is sometimes all about the effects, so, nice work Birgit

          Would you mind explaining what you did here, for the benefit of other experimentors in effects?
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          • #6
            We all have a right to express our opinion. If I hadn't expressed mine, I'm sure these other effect remarks would have never been made.
            There is a place for my critical perspectives in this forum. I don't say things like this to be mean or malice.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by synkrotron View Post
              For me it is sometimes all about the effects, so, nice work Birgit

              Would you mind explaining what you did here, for the benefit of other experimentors in effects?
              Thank you! It's rather simple. I played an improvisation with a fifth-pad on a grain sampler. Afterward I rendered it to audio and made 2 copies. On each audio track I applied different feedback delays and grain-pitch-shift delays. On the sum I applied reverb.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by annode View Post
                There is a place for my critical perspectives in this forum.
                Totally with you there Barry

                Last edited by synkrotron; 01-11-2019, 01:49 AM. Reason: I should not have quoted all of Barry's post. Quote edited to show what my response pertains to.
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                • #9


                  in addition, basted on the same improvisation
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                  • #10
                    I used to use a time stretch filter in Adobe Audition that would render a realistic fast-forwarding through a tape reel. When I can I will upload an example. Listening to the first track, and it's pretty sweet- talking about the musical content, that is, not just the efx.

                    annode you're right, if we didn't have critical perspectives, how could we learn to hone our craft?

                    EDIT:

                    Listening to track 2, that's quite a long, drawn out fade-in, LoL.

                    I'm left with the question though- I didn't really hear anything that sounded like fast-forwarding or rewinding, but I still love the music. To me it sounds atmospheric.
                    Last edited by Sonic Bodhi; 01-12-2019, 10:37 AM.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Sonic Bodhi View Post
                      I used to use a time stretch filter in Adobe Audition that would render a realistic fast-forwarding through a tape reel. When I can I will upload an example. Listening to the first track, and it's pretty sweet- talking about the musical content, that is, not just the efx.

                      annode you're right, if we didn't have critical perspectives, how could we learn to hone our craft?

                      EDIT:

                      Listening to track 2, that's quite a long, drawn out fade-in, LoL.

                      I'm left with the question though- I didn't really hear anything that sounded like fast-forwarding or rewinding, but I still love the music. To me it sounds atmospheric.
                      Time is relative. This recordings were made near the Schwarzschild radius of a black hole and track 2 is simply said just a reversed and stretched version of track 1. And holy shit, someone bought this EP just a few hours after I released it
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Ahornberg View Post
                        And holy shit, someone bought this EP just a few hours after I released it
                        Congratulations!

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