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Sequence of Residue

By onezero on April 26, 2020 10:11 pm

Unlike some previous weeks, this one didn't come together around any unifying concept; it's more the residue of music-like activity. Definitely a treading-water kind of week.  Still, it's kind of a mood, and maybe a groove. 


I put some rhythms together late Friday, and tracked some guitar that didn't come together; Saturday resulted in more guitar and a few sparse keys; Sunday some bass, and then collaging them all together.  Signal chains are typical for recent weeks: PureSalem Mendiola through Reuss RF-01 (sometimes) and Vox Wah, Auto-Filter on guitar for tone-shaping, bass with EQ-8 low-frequency rolloff. Sends: lots of different Echo plugins, some Auto-Filter into convolution reverb and Auto-Filter with LFO into Echo.  Auto-Pan on a lot of different stuff. 


Drums were a bit different this week: 64-pad Jazz Kit drum Rack with extra Drum Buss, Ableton Chicago Kit, Impulse instrument for hand claps. All of 'em got M4L Humanizer, and a couple got automated sends to Echo channels.  Full-Chain Master audio effect rack on the output.


Title is from the fact that, as Wikipedia says, "The sequence of residues (mod n) of a googol and googolplex, for n = 1, 2, 3, ..., agree up until n = 17."

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April 30, 2020 12:44 am

Ride bell sounds great.  Like the delay filters on the guitars.

May 3, 2020 2:38 pm

That's some deep math this time.

May 4, 2020 2:34 am

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