January 28, 2011

And Another One...

by Chris Randall
 



I used a lens with a bit wider angle and deeper DOF for this one, so you could kinda see what's going on. Less arty-farty, but a bit more informative, I suppose. Same general gear and workflow as the last one, except I added the Manta, MeeBlip, and CS5 to the mix, and got rid of a whole stack of pedals.

I think that's it for me vis-a-vis sequencing entire songs with the CMU-800R. It's fun and all, but quite tedious. I like the feel of the sequencer, but I've made a groove template for Live should I desire the same feel in the future.
 
 
 

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Jan.28.2011 @ 9:02 PM
billingslea
Nicely done... gives me so many ideas... makes my head nod... thanks for posting.
 
 

 
Jan.28.2011 @ 10:41 PM
boobs
enjoy the mood a lot in this one. pretty dark. dark = good.
 
 

 
Jan.28.2011 @ 11:22 PM
wgparham
I for one would totally like to get my hands on that groove template. I'm really liking the feel of the CMU. I'm really liking the feel of these last two videos actually. Very good stuff. I still want to hear what you could get out of a QY-70, though...

-William
 
 

 
Jan.29.2011 @ 12:08 AM
n.d
Dark friday night fun. I like it a lot.
I' d also like the groove temmplate, if you please. (I think you should've kept it a secret, tough)

n.d
 
 

 
Jan.29.2011 @ 1:19 AM
xmodz
I'm with boobs on this one.

And I third the motion for the groove template.
 
 

 
Jan.29.2011 @ 6:59 AM
lazenbleep
whats the box next to the modular, aaand what voice was the meeblip?
 
 

 
Jan.29.2011 @ 7:06 AM
Chris Randall
The box next to the modular is the World's Greatest Effect, the Realistic Electronic Reverb. The MeeBlip voice is the one I'm playing live from the Manta, the "main" melody part.
 
 

 
Jan.29.2011 @ 8:18 AM
bubloves303
very cool, especially digging the rhythm and drum/perc sounds
 
 

 
Jan.29.2011 @ 10:13 AM
ZombieStomper
What is it about self-oscillation on an echo machine that never gets old? Love it!
 
 

 
Jan.29.2011 @ 12:21 PM
beauty pill
@zombiestomper I think there is poetry in self-oscillation. It mimicks cognition. I could write a whole essay on this, but will spare everyone.

- c
 
 

 
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