September 10, 2014 6:55 PM

an experiment using a few cool audio tools i learned about recently . . .

Cobbled together from an output of the Mammut audio software and the Hydrogen drum machine software (both free!). I encountered these tools in a recent Coursera class and thought some folks around here might be interested in hearing (about) them.

The main drone is two of my acoustic guitar tracks from different songs I've posted here, sort of melded together with some other audio mirroring processing going on. The drums (?) are two simple loops from Hydrogen that I kept randomly switching between, with the cool Frohmage plugin applied on top (also FREE!). Gets a little loud towards the end, watch your volume :)

posted by gorbichov (4 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite

Wow thanks for all the info! I am immediately interested in any processor associated with cheese (or indeed anything associated with cheese) so I will be acquiring that one.

Incidentally I like this, and I like it extra because it reminds me of the theme tune to Stopit and Tidyup.
posted by greenish at 7:48 AM on September 11, 2014

I knew someone around here would get a kick of these tools! and whoa, stoppit and tidyup, I've never seen that before - pretty wild. forgot to mention that the "drums" also have the Avocado glitch plugin running too (part of the suite of plugins included with Reaper, the DAW I'm using).
posted by gorbichov at 8:19 AM on September 11, 2014

Cool! I like the sounds and second the thanks from greenish for the info.
posted by dagosto at 3:21 AM on September 14, 2014

Interesting stuff! Cheers for the links too. I'm looking forward to trying out that frohmage
posted by we are the music makers at 7:39 AM on September 22, 2014

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