Good piece of kit this.
Here’s an Amazon link if you fancy trying it for yourself.
S’up. This is a new series I’ve been working on for Stabbed Panda, entitled Brutally Honest. The jist of which is that I’m mean about contemporary music. Part review, part parody, and part satire – suffice to say, if you’re a fan of these artists, it’s perhaps best not to watch. Otherwise, I hope you enjoy.
This is a nice, lilting Dorian phrase for guitar, over 8 bars with a repeated theme.
What’s that? Liam’s complaining? On the internet? That’s not like him at all…
Inflated Inspirations is a collaboration between Pop My Mind and VIP Balloons, which is an installation of Balloon Art, telling the story of Pop My Mind. The installation was hosted by the Waterfront Gallery, part of the University of Suffolk, in Ipswich during the Summer of 2017.
I was invited to the event’s build days to record audio, and create a musical piece out of the resulting samples.The resulting piece if the video below.
If you’re the kind of person who’d like to know about how this music was made, (i.e., a cool person), then you can watch the video below.
In this behind-the-scenes / how-to video I talk about manipulating found sounds to create music and specifically how I achieved this for Inflated Inspirations.
Other topics include:
- Creation of instruments using samples and Kontakt;
- Granular synthesis with Padshop Pro;
- Sampling with Battery;
- Automation of instruments and FX in Cubase;
- Colouring sections in Cubase to aid workflow.
Here are a few links:
Got any stories to share about your first guitar-buying experience? Leave a comment, I’d love to read it!