- 5 years ago
Playing tracks by
1.Creating a pallette of sounds by stacking analogue replicating plugins to generate noises from nothing.
2.Sequencing these sounds together, slowing them down, up, adding more analogue modelling fx etc.
3.Burning the bounced, 24/48 wavs onto a DVD, playing them through an analogue mixer and amp and resampling them.
4.Using the designs for a homemade CDRecord engraver and the 24/48 masters from #3, I tried cutting sound onto old CDs, which, because of the record players auto-return mechanism were impossible to play, but some sounds were recovered and used.
5.I came up with a number of alternatives. Tinfoil plates, plastic picnic plates and 5l plastic bucket lids. Although I didn't manage to get very much of the original sounds cut onto the plates, I still got some very interesting material to work with.
6.I also took the CDs, plates and lids and cut locked grooves on them with a gramophone player at 78rpm and played them back at 33.
This is a mix of the resulting tracks.