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lurk/entail/height

By vinpous on May 15, 2016 8:46 am

Ableton Live feedback fun times.

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May 16, 2016 1:24 am

Your sonic net is wide-ranging indeed. How was Javascript involved?

May 16, 2016 2:23 am

Having this week's submissions on auto play and then this comes up, and without even looking I immediately knew it was you! Great sounds in this one, I'd be curious to have a look at the live set and see what you're routing into where to get different sounds.

May 16, 2016 11:27 am
Jim Wood wrote:

Your sonic net is wide-ranging indeed. How was Javascript involved?


It wasn't, it just consumed my week and is still consuming it because I can't get a RPi to boot and play HTML5 stuff. GrarbgASdgasgda.

Martiln wrote:

Having this week's submissions on auto play and then this comes up, and without even looking I immediately knew it was you! Great sounds in this one, I'd be curious to have a look at the live set and see what you're routing into where to get different sounds.


Thanks man! I didn't keep the session I'm afraid, but I'd be happy to show you how to re-create something vaguely similar. I used simple delay with about 50% feedback and various delay times, and a heap of other effects. There were up to L quantities of return strips, A sent to B, which sent to C, and so on through to L which routed to audio strip 2 AND back to send A.

May 18, 2016 6:16 pm

Beautiful.  I've played with feedback in Live, pretty much this way, inspired by David Lee Myers's work as Arcane Device.  (For quite a while there, I did a number of shows with hardware in a feedback loop.)  Cool stuff!

May 20, 2016 8:44 pm

listen/freakout/comment

crazy!

May 21, 2016 2:08 am
onezero wrote:

Beautiful.  I've played with feedback in Live, pretty much this way, inspired by David Lee Myers's work as Arcane Device.  (For quite a while there, I did a number of shows with hardware in a feedback loop.)  Cool stuff!


I will check out DLM for sure. Feedback stuff is really fun. Thanks for the comment! Have you got any feedback pieces on WB?

orangedrink wrote:

listen/freakout/comment

crazy!


Haha! Awesome response.

May 21, 2016 3:27 am
vinpous wrote:

Feedback stuff is really fun. Thanks for the comment! Have you got any feedback pieces on WB?

Thanks!  Looks like I did two in 2014:

http://weeklybeats.com/#/onezero/music/the-feed

http://weeklybeats.com/#/onezero/music/heliosheath

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