February 18th, 2013

From a request for "spinning music", I was inspired to throw together a very quick Analog Box circuit to do this. I only bothered to put one voice for each of 3 parts, the upper two being a fifth apart, and a third one, lower, either going counter to the upper two or locked in a major third below. So this clip is from some separate runs in different speeds, different keys, and the two separate variations for the lowest voice. It is extremely unlikely that anyone could find a use for the full sequence of about 16 bars in any of the variations, but you might instead clip just the tail of the one you like the most, fade into it, resample to fit your speed or desired pitch, etc. NOTE: this is an mp3 version (mp3 PRO with VBR, high quality) to save space, but I still have the original wav file also, if anyone needs that for some purpose. For that matter, I also have the analog box circuit and could easily modify it as well. The voice was supposed to emulate a violin but the noise in the modulation never gets the right quality, and I think it ends up sounding more like wind instruments or some such thing. The forum request was http://www.freesound.org/forum/sample-requests/33439/?page=1#post65838 .


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    soundloader1 3 years, 5 months ago

    very cool reminds of Hammer Horror films.

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    creepyLaura 4 years, 6 months ago

    Nice! Inspiring!

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    deleted_user_3619672 5 years, 3 months ago

    crazy! very expressive.

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    beingjin 5 years, 3 months ago

    It's perfect for what I am doing (a short film). Thank you so much!

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    omarmuharib 5 years, 4 months ago

    I find it of multiple purposes, Thank you.

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