"Racy Daisy Gravy"
A heavily effects laden track with frequent metre changes.
MP3 Audio @ 05:33 mm:ss, 5.1mb download.
Thursday 8th January 2009
http://jwm-art.net/art/audio/racy_daisy_grazy.mp3(dead link) Racy Daisy Gravy - OR(IG) - Racy Daisy Grazy from alternating bpms to alternating meters: 7/4 && 7/8 @ 99bpm. this track consists entirely of drums and fx. 1 set of drums sent to a bus, and another, split to two (L+R), combined again, sent back to 1st. within feedback loop: more pitch shifting + parametric equalizers boosting narrow bands of frequencies + low/high pass filtering, amp simulators, reverb, etc. drum patterns: this time not a cut-up drumloop, but several loops of individual drum-sounds, cutup and re-arranged. cut-up audio glued to position, aid transformation from 7/4 to 7/8. drums originally from hydrogen,# recorded in ardour, cutup + arranged + fx produced in ardour. vintage delay adds extra hits (in tempo) to certain drums. feedback loop fx .. >> .. knob-tweaked-melody >> pure sci-fi fx fix. sound and feel: became much less experimental than originaly half started out as. never highly experimental, but there was some intention for it to be (x-perry-mental). 1st:use fx to make it sound odd -discard. 2nd:use fx to pull disparate together --disable-experimental. aux: a recording made (zoom h4 portable recorder, twin x-y mic), (audible at start, mostly inaudible elsewhere) of a (probable) radio transmission recieved by a logitech PC speaker system (with power unit located in subwoofer). PC itself switched off. speaker volume all the way down. transmission heard very quietly. sounds as if receiving transmission of a reception device x-fading or mixing together various random radio transmissions, of various languages. mostly inaudible here. http://jwm-art.net/art/audio/racy_daisy_grazy.mp3(dead link) !4every1
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