Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071

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Date: Saturday, January 14, 2012 - 8:08 pm

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Hey S.M.!

"Are these improvs, or do you write/think them out beforehand?"

A little bit of both. Usually thinking the process out. In droning072 I have
prepared a special master sample that was used to play the whole thing. It
is a small piece that has two same notes in it, played with a pause
in-between. Then I used my MidiLoops tool to trigger that sample in C minor.
The double note adds to the complexity of the texture.

As for the polished sound, I do warn you that there are some things which
sound
less "polished", like droning001 :) But this is how it is intended. I
explore different
forms here, including ultra minimalistic stuff.

If you are more into richer soundscapes, I would advice several, like
droning035,
droning039, droning050, droning054 (which uses a pentatonic sound generator
I wrote
in Pd but still did not release), droning055.

But there are many "monotone" drones which are still very rich, in my view.
droning010
is one of my favourites.

Anyway, thanks for the interest!

--
Louigi Verona
http://www.louigiverona.ru/

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Hey S.M.!"Are these improvs, or do you write/think them out be=
forehand?"A little bit of both. Usually thinking the process o=
ut. In droning072 I haveprepared a special master sample that was used =
to play the whole thing. It
is a small piece that has two same notes in it, played with a pausein-b=
etween. Then I used my MidiLoops tool to trigger that sample in C minor.The double note adds to the complexity of the texture.As for the p=
olished sound, I do warn you that there are some things which sound
less "polished", like droning001 :) But this is how it is intende=
d. I explore differentforms here, including ultra minimalistic stuff.If you are more into richer soundscapes, I would advice several, like=
droning035,
droning039, droning050, droning054 (which uses a pentatonic sound generator=
I wrotein Pd but still did not release), droning055.But there =
are many "monotone" drones which are still very rich, in my view.=
droning010
is one of my favourites.Anyway, thanks for the interest!-- Louigi Veronahttp://www.louigiverona.ru/

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[LAU] droning066 and droning071, Louigi Verona, (Fri Jan 13, 9:24 am)
Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071, Folderol, (Sat Jan 14, 10:05 pm)
Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071, Louigi Verona, (Sun Jan 15, 6:24 am)
Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071, Arve Barsnes, (Sun Jan 15, 8:31 am)
Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071, Louigi Verona, (Mon Jan 16, 8:54 am)
Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071, S. Massy, (Sat Jan 14, 7:31 pm)
Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071, Louigi Verona, (Sat Jan 14, 8:08 pm)
Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071, Arve Barsnes, (Sat Jan 14, 4:30 pm)
Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071, Paul Davis, (Fri Jan 13, 4:21 pm)
Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071, Louigi Verona, (Fri Jan 13, 7:13 pm)
Re: [LAU] droning066 and droning071, Rui Nuno Capela, (Fri Jan 13, 10:22 pm)