[LAU] Music made with Linux - Désert (zynadd, amsynth, seq24 and a few ladspa... plus M$)
brouits at free.fr
Tue Nov 10 16:36:05 UTC 2015
Le 10/11/2015 11:26, Louigi Verona a écrit :
> I did not like the drums in the beginning, in the middle of the tune it
> was more in context.
I agree actually. I did not know exactly where to put this rhythmic part
in 6/8 style, so i inserted it near the beginning without to mean it really.
> The astronaut vocal is way too loud and intrusive. Also, these voice
> recordings are way too harsh and not only I would make them at least 50%
> more quiet, I would dull them a bit and take out the harsh high frequencies.
I was so used to listen to it during editing, that i did not mention the
voice was too loud.
Thank you for your listening and useful comments. I will re-edit the
project file a more polished way next days, then.
> On Tue, Nov 10, 2015 at 1:04 AM, Benoît Rouits <brouits at free.fr
> <mailto:brouits at free.fr>> wrote:
> Good evening list,
> Again, i would like to share with you a space/ambient piece composed
> under Linux, but also which a friend of mine collaborated to, with
> percussive sound effects she made on a M$ OS with some
> idontknowwhatsoftware®. It was made last year, but i think i did not
> mention it on the list, until now.
> This was my first collaborative experience and i liked it, we made 3
> version, but this one is my preferred .
> The body of this piece  is very simple:
> seq24 controlling 2 voices (3 in fact): one is zyn on the bass (plus
> some bleeps), and the second is a custom amsynth patch (the lead voice).
> All that recorded with timemachine, then edited with audacity to add
> the percussive effects my friend made. Then i overdubbed it with an
> edited recording of a Mercury7 mission voice from the NASA (freely
> available on archive.org <http://archive.org> [*]).
>  the full version:
>  the vanilla seq24/zyn/ams version:
> [*] Scott Carpenter voice only:
> Hope you will enjoy it, with big loudspeakers (some sounds are very
> low and at low frequencies).
> This piece yields me to a question: where does the musical discourse
> lie between the synth sounds and the astronaut's voice ?
> - Ben
> Louigi Verona
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