This week I wanted to make sure I did something different, forcing myself to work in a way I don't usually work, or at least not relying on some things I've been relying on--in this case, auto-filtered drums, claps/snares on 2 and 4, certain go-to sounds and kits, bass, guitar, wah, filter-delay... So I first started with a drum rack of a few backwards drum samples, and a lot of tracks of Collision and Tension instruments, along with the Ugandan Behr recorded by Emile Hoogenhout as part of his Ableton Instrument of East African strings.
Sends: convolution reverb, M4L Speed Shifter, M4L Buffer Shuffler, and M4L Space Echo, with varying levels of send automation. Everything except the Behr got M4L Humanizer, and everything got auto-pan as well to make things a bit varied. The Master also got Full Chain Master.
The title comes from the fact that there's a place in a Ugandan national park, the name of which translates to "Place of No Birds," but it in fact has a lot of birds there, so...Place of Birds.
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