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Old 22-10-2017, 01:32 PM   #1
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Old 25-10-2017, 04:42 AM   #2
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Re: [Techno Modular Jam] AsylumSeaker - drumbly

Hey!

Sweet setup you got mate in which I know very little about lol

I was really on it until around 1:30, then lost it. I personally like a bit more variation which I imagine being super difficult considering the ratio between hands and knobs ahaha. Also the sound becomes cluttered and elements unclear (I know it is just a jam )

I was really enjoying it when it was more stripped down with that Tom-ish groove and piercing hat (example 0:30), the textures are awesome too.

Let me ask you some questions that I am curious about: This being a modular system jam, how do you go about to develop the track? Do you like cut and paste the audio you recorded (single tracked or multi-tracked)? In your experience what is the best way to develop a track from a jam like this? Don't you think that a modular system can be unproductive?

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Old 25-10-2017, 09:49 AM   #3
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Re: [Techno Modular Jam] AsylumSeaker - drumbly

Hey thanks for your interest I agree, gets repetitive..

There are many different ways to use a setup like this to produce music.. with the right modules you could program a track and play it live on the modular without any post-processing. In my case though I, as you suggest, record and then edit. Recording multitrack is perfectly possible and practical, and I've done it using my motu 828 interface.. but more often I mix the elements down on a 4 channel mixer I have, and will record layers one at a time, playing along ..

Here's a track using that method and with more thought put into it than the jam you heard:

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Re: [Techno Modular Jam] AsylumSeaker - drumbly

Good example of successful hardware electronic music!

If it's too long, you could still just chop the final wave into 3 or more separate sections, trim the edges, and just crossfade the boundaries so it's all seamless. If you still know the BPM, it should be pretty easy to do with an on-the-grid DAW edit. That way, you could still preserve the flow and feeling and technique while still getting down to something more like 5 minutes.

This type of track is exactly the type of sound that I enjoy and like to mix with, but seldomly have any access to the softwares or hardwares that can create it with ease. I used to do some experiments with some sounds more like yours, but then I lost my DAW gear during relocating and later on couldn't even remember how I used to get the sounds.

But I like hearing this type of stuff. It kind of reminds me of the tune "Pot Sounds" by Meat Beat Manifesto, which I also like, although quite different.

Peace and keep up the good work.

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Old 06-11-2017, 12:01 AM   #5
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Re: [Techno Modular Jam] AsylumSeaker - drumbly

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Good example of successful hardware electronic music!

If it's too long, you could still just chop the final wave into 3 or more separate sections, trim the edges, and just crossfade the boundaries so it's all seamless. If you still know the BPM, it should be pretty easy to do with an on-the-grid DAW edit. That way, you could still preserve the flow and feeling and technique while still getting down to something more like 5 minutes.

This type of track is exactly the type of sound that I enjoy and like to mix with, but seldomly have any access to the softwares or hardwares that can create it with ease. I used to do some experiments with some sounds more like yours, but then I lost my DAW gear during relocating and later on couldn't even remember how I used to get the sounds.

But I like hearing this type of stuff. It kind of reminds me of the tune "Pot Sounds" by Meat Beat Manifesto, which I also like, although quite different.

Peace and keep up the good work.
Wicked, I love meat beat manifesto. Cheers

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