The tagline for SoundSavant.com is, “where the studio becomes the instrument”. This post is a perfect example of what I mean by that. I…
Category: Pro Tools
Occasionally, I write articles that are posted on other sites. Quite often, the topics of these articles overlap with what I write about on SoundSavant.com. Because of this, I thought it would make sense to share them here. I encourage you to take a look and let me know what you think:
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 output of my Soundrop sessions to create some raw source material for my music and sound design projects. Tonally, Soundrop is a one-trick-pony. You either enjoy the mallet sounds or not.
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 all of my signal processing done I loaded everything into Pro Tools for the final mix and mastering.