Re: [LAU] Spandril - music made with Supercollider

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Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - 4:40 pm

On Sun, Nov 11, 2012 at 10:31:52PM +0000, mark hadman wrote:

Thanks to Sed who pointed out the alternate repository, I was able to
listen to a few of those pieces. I didn't click with many of the pieces,
but, then again, that's not really the kind of music I listen to on a
regular basis. However... I rather enjoyed spandril-16, which I thought
incorporated many interesting elements and textures. But I'm just
speechless about spandril-22: was that made in honour of Halloween? If
so, it's definitely a success; this piece could serve as soundtrack for
any horror short! I especially liked the way you played with dynamics
and saturation. Here, in my monitors, even with the sound turned way
down, the effect is downright creepy and *very* intense! It's not
exactly easy listening, so I don't know whether I would listen to it on
a regular basis, but I'll definitely keep it around as an example of
some seriously powerful electronic music. Well done!

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[LAU] Spandril - music made with Supercollider, mark hadman, (Sun Nov 11, 10:32 pm)
Re: [LAU] Spandril - music made with Supercollider, S. Massy, (Tue Nov 13, 4:40 pm)
Re: [LAU] Spandril - music made with Supercollider, mark hadman, (Wed Nov 14, 3:11 pm)