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Punny title to hint at the sound origin; the sounds left on a reel of tape (or in this case, two different ones) after it has undergone a bulk-erase procedure - placing it on a device that creates a strong electromagnetic field that scrambles…
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Four different tracks of Roland SE-02 controlled via MIDI by a Casio DH-100. Choosing different voices on the Casio causes settings to change on the Roland, which were then tweaked a little. Submitted to Sound-In "Roleplay Improv" for 1-8/2/2024.
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Three different versions of a similar line created using the onboard sequencer on a Roland SE-02. the different voices were created by changing settings on a Casio DH-100 digital horn attached via MIDI, and playing the horn. Submitted to Sound…
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Two different tracks recorded one after the other, no effects, and placed together to fit in with this week's (30/11 - 7/12/2023) Sound-In theme of "Weirdly random". Left track is the one-string crutch, the right is a plain old Hohner C harmonica…
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Throwing the leftovers of myself and Ben Smith together from this week's Sound-In "Leftovers After Thanksgiving" for 24-30/11/2023, and submitting them back for appraisal and tasting.
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voice, congas, Korg MS-20 and Poly 800
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Hydrasynth Explorer with no added effects, using the 37 key pressure sensitive keyboard with the factory Harmonics 1-60 tuning.
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Uses Freesound.org https://freesound.org/people/tim.kahn/sounds/72572/ https://freesound.org/people/kwahmah_02/sounds/255376/ https://freesound.org/people/TheScarlettWitch89/sounds/417059/ Prophet 12 desk module and Hydrasynth explorer…
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Female vocal and piano - tuning Pythagorean The maidens came When I was in my mother's bower; I had all that I would. The bailey beareth the bell away; The lily, the rose, the rose I lay. The silver is white, red is the gold; The…
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In response to certain events
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A track from the album "Letting Go". https://jeffsampson.bandcamp.com/album/letting-go
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guitar loops, Koala Sampler app
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Bret Harold Hart: string things Eric Wallack: percussives Jeff: running
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Trying out a new strat: not letting myself work on details on the computer until the skeleton of the song is complete. Result is a lot of variety in songwriting, but a bit rougher arrangement/mix. — Yesterday I made a friend. Someone I…
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Punny title to hint at the sound origin; the sounds left on a reel of tape (or in this case, two different ones) after it has undergone a bulk-erase procedure - placing it on a device that creates a strong electromagnetic field that scrambles…
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vaisvil said

You always come up with inventive ways to generate sound and I admire that - this is quite cool as it sounds underwater to me.

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Four different tracks of Roland SE-02 controlled via MIDI by a Casio DH-100. Choosing different voices on the Casio causes settings to change on the Roland, which were then tweaked a little. Submitted to Sound-In "Roleplay Improv" for 1-8/2/2024.
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Newbold said

I really like doing things between midi instruments made by totally different companies.. I do it with my novation supernova II and my microkorg xl it's just a matter of learning to ways that the midi signal is mapping back and forth...

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Four different tracks of Roland SE-02 controlled via MIDI by a Casio DH-100. Choosing different voices on the Casio causes settings to change on the Roland, which were then tweaked a little. Submitted to Sound-In "Roleplay Improv" for 1-8/2/2024.
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vaisvil said

another brilliant DH-100 application!

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Three different versions of a similar line created using the onboard sequencer on a Roland SE-02. the different voices were created by changing settings on a Casio DH-100 digital horn attached via MIDI, and playing the horn. Submitted to Sound…
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Newbold said

I kinda think that there is a lot more to learn about playing a saxophone 🎷 than what the Casio DH-100 would teach me.. although it was released in 1988 .. it's cool yours still works.. and quite well at that.. with a saxophone my problem is the wood reed buzzing that tickles my whole face.. I don't get that with my trombone.. but saxophones and clarinets the reed buzzing was very hard for me to make happen.. gosh I have over shared yet again lol 😆

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Three different versions of a similar line created using the onboard sequencer on a Roland SE-02. the different voices were created by changing settings on a Casio DH-100 digital horn attached via MIDI, and playing the horn. Submitted to Sound…
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jimgoodinmusic said

Awesome detail Jim that occasionally has a frequency simulating vibration of the iPhone alert! Like the pixel like top voice that is waltzing in random.

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I work strictly in improvisation, on whatever sound-making device finds its way into my hands. Anything tuneful is usually accidental, though I do on rare occasions manage limited success when trying it deliberately. Electronics are a frequent component but there is also a fair amount of strictly acoustic material. For purchasing soundworks, some of which have appeared here, go to: https://jamesbailey1.bandcamp.com/

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