I can’t remember how I ran across it but I’ve had the Soundrop app on my iPad for a few months now. As you can see in the video below, it’s really more of a game than a music-making app. Using the sound harvesting techniques I outlined in a previous post, I’ve been recording the […]
Although I certainly understand how to create sounds from scratch using various synthesis techniques, I usually prefer to begin my sound design sessions with actual sound recordings. I’m just drawn to the natural randomness of an organic sound. One of my favorite things in the world to do is something I call Sound Harvesting. Think […]
Here is a new music video I just put together. All of the source sounds for this piece came from a single wind chime. The majority of the signal processing was done using Sound Hack. I can’t remember everything I did but there was obviously some time-stretching and varispeed effects going on. Once I had […]
I tend to go into my music composing without any preconceived ideas. I like to grab some source material, often from a field recording, and start running it through my favorite effects and processing.