Finished product, I added some laughs and I screamed at the end. Please save the whales.
SaVE THE WHALES PLZ
I data bent a whale jpeg and then slowed it down and it sounds like singing.
SaVe ThE WhAlEs
I added bubbler
save the whales
I thought EADB was fantastic, it was a very eye opening experience and I met and reestablished relationships with a lot of composers. From feedback from other composers on my concert, they really liked my synth piece! I agree with Mark that I should have used my Musique Concrete piece instead as it’s a stronger piece but I wanted the chance to have a different piece played at EADB. I experienced a lot of works over the weekend and composers/performers like Dave Watkins, Eric Honour, Mark Philips, Mark Zanter and many others were phenomenal to see again and be able to listen to having heard their pieces before and being able to appreciate them more.
This is my final. I’m working on a video for it still but alas technical failures have prohibited me from last second putting things together. Everything in this song is either an F minor or an F diminished chord which I think is pretty swell.
Draft Three where I think I changed two things
This is the second draft and I added some more layers but I’m still not satisfied overall.
This is supposed to sound like the world is ending. PLEASE IF YOU ARE WEARING HEADPHONES TURN IT DOWN NEAR THE END IT GETS SUPER LOUD! I know that some of the synths come in way too suddenly and the fade on my Thunder sound is weird but otherwise I like what I have so far. Every synth is either out of an Fm chord or an Fdim chord.
I will be using Logic Pro for this next project. While I love the synths on Ableton Live, I feel more comfortable composing in Logic. I’m going to be writing a dark sounding piece that hopefully sounds like the world is ending at night during a storm.