This is final draft for the project, yet this is the first project. The sounds in this kind of feels the same way. It’s the beginning of the end.
I added a lot of stuff, around 9 more automation clips. I like the list idea so I’ll do the same >: )
- 3 tracks of panning automation
- added reverb to the main sample pattern
- 4 different delay tracks on the mixer, each with an automation clip
- muted sounds throughout to add complexity
- volume automation from the track beginning
- filter cutoff automation
This is my final product I hope you enjoy it!
I added in a few more sounds as well as more automation, and the piece is now a little longer.
The final piece includes the human voice, a brief period of silence, more fade, reversal, and panning effects, and some low speed playback, in addition to all else present in the previous two iterations.
Not too many changes from my second draft, other than some mastering effects and compression. Also went with a stereo spreader to create more depth in my piece. I tried to create the feel that some of the sounds are coming from different environments then the others, using different reverbs. Enjoy!
Yoyoyo. I went with “disgustingly as possible” as I could but yet, not going over the top. I believe that you get all of the affects with closed headphones. I’m hoping when it’s played aloud that you will hear and feel all of the affects.
Sounds: Friends talking, Nate Levine on Guitar, tongue click, cicadas
Here’s my first project. I used sounds collected mostly from household items. The sounds used were; a washing machine, a small bowl, the hot water heater, a spray can, trash can, a cutting board, a tape measure, and a bass drum. Lot’s of editing was done to the piece, as well as reverse and time change. I used convolution reverb, eq, distortion, and compression on the individual tracks. Quite a bit of pan and volume automation took place as well.