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Harmonica 2 with the addition of the first four minutes of Harmonica 1, adding extra depth and variety.
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Harmonica 1, increased in tempo threefold.
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First of three pieces made from the same original material; short bursts of sound from a cheap harmonica. Nine of these bursts were selected from the original recording, each of slightly different length. Each was then time-stretched by the same…
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Straight off the floor - or at least out of the Roland SE-02 on my lap. No editing or processing of any kind. The title is an acronym for Repetition Is A Form Of Change, one of the cards in Oblique Strategies by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt. Submitted…
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Went all percussive for this one. Again, Casio/Roland/effects. Submitted to Sound-In for 7-14/1/2021.
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two 17 edo guitars, drums, and vocals - all preformed.
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First of three pieces made from the same original material; short bursts of sound from a cheap harmonica. Nine of these bursts were selected from the original recording, each of slightly different length. Each was then time-stretched by the same…
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Newbold said

cool experiment the stretching and time resolution are really important to the final sound the echoes seem separate from other things --- was thinking there should be no null points --- because of the echoes going on-- how does the interactions work?

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Straight off the floor - or at least out of the Roland SE-02 on my lap. No editing or processing of any kind. The title is an acronym for Repetition Is A Form Of Change, one of the cards in Oblique Strategies by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt. Submitted…
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nurmichael said

Nice one!

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Roland SE-02 through EHX Stereo Memory Man -> Zoom RFX-300. Title comes from a combination of the time length, and the fact that it was created for the current Sound-In for 1-7/1/2021.
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vaisvil said

the heavy flanging is a treat! I'll diverge from Bill and say its bigger birds at 14:00. this is cool!

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Roland SE-02 through EHX Stereo Memory Man -> Zoom RFX-300. Title comes from a combination of the time length, and the fact that it was created for the current Sound-In for 1-7/1/2021.
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Newbold said

Excellent greatness.. It is a song that brings me back to the effects in phase and out of phase blips and bliggies .. It's the squibbly bliggies that started to loose the phases that were happening when I knew a Roland was grooving... This reminds me of how I make sounds as well. Minute 10:35 it's like birds. At about 13 minutes in the aliens seem to check in..and then leave but returned at 14 minutes in.. Chipmunks at 17 minutes in are neat maybe more of that?? It's phasing in & out as it does all the way to the end.

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This started out life as a single mono track created on a Gakken SX-150 Mk II, which was then duplicated and echo applied to each individual track in Audacity; 0.015 seconds left, 0.016 seconds right. The two were then run through all sorts of…
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trawnajim said

I actually have another one, but it isn't working properly. Have to get it fixed someday.

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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.

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