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art bit 1: (499357bytes) [
this is an mp3 audio file. three main sections can't think music term
for it. starts off all well and jolly, might proceed with might, ends
art bit 2: (2618853bytes) [
this is a png image file. started as text accompany mp3, chickened-out,
took screenshot, censored, took more screenshot. screenshot of
audio layout, layered, screenshot of empty desktop, differenced.
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A three-sectioned piece of 'music' with improvised keyboard playing and three different forms of synthesis/sampling along with an image.
MPEG-1 layer III, 128 kbps, 44100 Hz joint-stereo
9th June 2007
This track I created after upgrading my Linux system from Debian 3.0
to Debian 4.0, and for the first time being able to compile and use
Ardour instead of the older version.
It consists of three passages, the first uses ZynAddSubFx, the second
MX44, and the third Linux Sampler. Of course each has effects applied and
then within Ardour2 more effects are applied to the entire lot to create
some odd accompaniment, along with a track of pink-ish noise filtered with
modulation by a Lorenz attractor.
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