May 28th, 2013

Output from an Analog Box circuit I built (a jambot): all sounds, instruments, controls, rhythms, etc., are performed by the native circuit itself. I did mix and perhaps do a bit of mastering in Cool Edit Pro afterward, but otherwise the FX are also done by the Analog Box circuit. This is actually a mix from 2 or 3 different variations starting with the same random seed. Toward the end, the version with the "vocoder" (emphasizing some formant frequencies chosen at random) wasn't quite that long so I faded it out, so you're left with a different sound there. This isn't perhaps long enough for some purposes, but I have the circuit handy and could generate whatever length anyone requires. Consider this a teaser. Sure, it's not quite what you might get out of a truly musical automaton like Band in a Box, but hey, this is a low-level circuit! I thought the overall sound of this was unusual enough to deserve a listen, so I posted just a piece of it.


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    cookiemonster1999 3 years, 10 months ago

    sounds like it would go well with a nice back round drum beats and some wobbles to create a decent dub mix thank you

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    toadking07 4 years, 1 month ago

    Loving these!


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