APPLIED ACOUSTICS Tassman
This file uses the three Modules of its name connected in series.
The example shows a number of dynamic levels, and varying amounts of
noise is applied to the flute.
Any type of Generator can be used with any of Tassman's
Resonators. In this example, a pick is used to excite a beam. The decay
frequency of the beam is changing on every note.
This transcription employs Tassman's default flute sound
accompanied by a basic dulcimer patch.
Game of Chance
This audio file was created by using a Musical Generator’s
Text Editor to convert the text of this article into data to control
ArtSong allows you to import a graphics file and extract data for
use with one or more musical parameters.
FracMusic’s Composition Randomizer can generate a
composition without any user input. Several of the default settings
were changed to create this file.
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WebClips for the MicroKorg review.
THE SOUND GUY SFX Machine RT
Two instances of SFX Machine RT were used to produce the effects
in this example. The first generated the sounds using the Water Drips
preset. The second applied radical processing of various types to the
drips generated by the first.
Tracking in the Unplugged World
Loretta Lynch clip: Company.mp3
This MP3 clip is taken from the Loretta Lynch song
“Company” (Esway and Fellows-Mannion) off the band’s
CD. Engineer Myles Boisen recorded this—and three other songs
from the disc—live to 2-track, using a stereo pair of mics in a
Collective Amnesia clip: Spelling Fuschia.mp3
Here’s an MP3 clip from Collective Amnesia of the song
“Spelling Fuchsia” (Bowman). This was recorded live to
16-tracks of ADAT, with the musicians positioned fairly close together
in a circle. The challenge was to minimize leakage, especially into the
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