Melodies, modulations and a vocal sample

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Melodies, modulations and a vocal sample

Post by ned-ryarson » Tue Dec 30, 2014 7:18 pm

Melodic electronica and pitch LFO heaven, but the last unsatisfying software composition before hardware, guitars and pedals re-enter my life and inspire.

Enjoyably quirky though I think!


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Re: Melodies, modulations and a vocal sample

Post by ranzee » Fri Jan 02, 2015 7:03 am

This is great! I really like the clean sound. Inspiring :) (Also just followed you on Sound Cloud)

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Re: Melodies, modulations and a vocal sample

Post by ned-ryarson » Fri Jan 02, 2015 5:32 pm

Thanks, I find that style fun to make! NI Massive was the source of sounds, a terrific modulation VST. I've had it with software sounds though, finally. Cheers again

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Re: Melodies, modulations and a vocal sample

Post by tomorrowstops » Fri Jan 02, 2015 7:07 pm

ned-ryarson wrote: I've had it with software sounds though, finally.
Explain!

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Re: Melodies, modulations and a vocal sample

Post by ned-ryarson » Fri Jan 02, 2015 9:30 pm

Ha, well I've made some good stuff in my time with VSTs. And Ii fear that what I'm about to put forward is generic soft vs hard pro/con. Anyway, my approach to music has always been pencil tool, draw notes, loop, tweak, design sound and then layer. Although, within the last year I've played a Juno 106 and some pedals in a couple of bands, and I have rediscovered that a simple beast like a Juno, it's filter and a pedal or two is forty times nicer, more inspiring and fun than the most complex NI Massive patch. Just a basic filter sweep and a pedal. My old approach to production now makes me wanna blow my own head off with boredom. To readers, I realise how basic these ideas are, but they really will make all the difference, that I'm now sure of.

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