I selected Old Bones @lawrence-frazier-1
I really enjoyed the space and the spring of the tones. I wanted to abring forth some spring and space to add to some drum machine sounds from the Roland DJ 808. I loaded the track on to each turntable and played thru the track with some drum patterns, adding in the 808, 707 606 tones and slices of the og track in Serato. I then bounced this to Abelton and built a few instrument racks with drums and operators that I sliced up the beginning and the end of the track with 3 voices. I utilized various tempos thru the various clips and eq. I hope you enjoy and this was so fun.
Disquiet Junto Project 0351: Selected Insomniac Works Volume II
The Assignment: Rework some very quiet music by making it even more sedate.
Step 1: Last week, about 60 members of the Disquiet Junto recorded ambient music for the middle of the night. The specific request was to “Make very quiet music for very late at night for very fragile psyches.” This week, we’ll each select a track from last week and proceed to dial it down even further.
Step 2: Listen through the tracks from last week’s project, and choose the one whose ambience you want to employ in your track:
In addition, there may be some other tracks from the project in the Lines discussions, here:
Step 3: Having chosen a track in Step 2 above, confirm that your chosen track is downloadable. If it isn’t, either get in touch with the musician who made it, or choose another track.
Step 4: Listen closely to the track you selected in Step 3. Consider what edges it has that might be smoothed out, what drama it has that might be subsumed. Consider how you might do such things while retaining something that is inherently listenable, should someone choose to turn up the volume and focus on it.
Step 5: Rework the track you selected in Steps 2 and 3 to achieve the goals that arose from Step