30 posts tagged with electronic and abletonlive.
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Make Right the Time
This is my synth-based anthem cover of the song by singer/songwriter Danny Schmidt. This version is an earlier draft from 2018, mostly from a whirlwind month when I was trying to get as much done before my trial of Ableton Live ended. Me on vocals, synth/loops. Many thanks to not_on_display for the arrangement idea and feedback through multiple iterations. Basically I made this to help myself feel better, and I figure it's something I could share especially now. [more inside]
The title track from an EP I released today on Bandcamp, subtitled "a mini cyberspace adventure". Electronic bass music with a moderate tempo.
Live tweaking glitchy percussion loops, with warm synths to sweeten the deal.
Continuing with my beat-oriented theme of late. Autechre-like, but they're still 1,000 times better than I am. This one's noisy and glitchy, just the way I like it.
chthonian planets 4
A curious alien has snatched one of our spacecraft from orbit and sent back a very strange signal...
High dynamic range and distortion wrapped in a a heartbeat-like 73 BPM.
Something a spacecraft might hear on the edge of the solar system
A mellow, trippy piece with a discordant edge. File under "dark ambient for stoners."
2 minutes and 30 seconds of crap
A dark, drone/noise piece that develops slowly
death is the road to awe
A relaxing drone; noise waveforms are dominant again
industrial society and its future
Extra dark and ominous; uses mostly noise waveforms instead of sine waves
some of them are hard to look at, since they are disfigured
Exceptionally resonant bass channel with two layers of percussion on top [more inside]
civilization crumbles whenever we need it most
Dark ambient work with an industrial undertone and extreme use of reverb [more inside]
bide your time and everything becomes clear
Dark and moody. Lots of reverb. This is my fourth generative piece.
what goes on in those dark rooms
Six layers of sound, created completely from scratch in the Operator soft synth, sent through a filter delayed return track
i've seen what they do
Second generative piece; bassy pad and six layers of percussion
the factory produces mortar shells
My first foray into generative music; bass drone with four layers of percussion on top
many of you won't survive the night
Another dark ambient piece; more fun than a farmhouse under seige
a few hundred thousand dead cannibals
A quiet, haunting track with drones, chimes, and muted bass beats [more inside]
we knew he was out there
muffled, glitchy beats in five layers [more inside]
second journey into space
Background hum that becomes a melodious, multi-layered trip [more inside]
while making an attempt to escape the city
Howling wind ambience, strongly beat-oriented, and spikes of high and low notes
isolated research station orbiting a bizarre planet
Endcaps of warbling drone punctuated by bass stabs, and a middle section of high rhythmic complexity [more inside]
drifting out to sea
Relaxing ambient piece. I continue to love using the automation controls in Ableton Live.
a woman claiming to be the devil
A harsh, glitchy, beat-driven piece.
boxing in a flooded basement
My most melody-driven piece thus far. I'm not totally happy with it, but I got tired of tweaking things. I have several other half-finished music projects I want to work on, so it was nice push this out the door.
Ancient Music Makers
My second song ever, made in Ableton Live. I figured out how to use the automation controls for better fades in/fades out, and I think it has a cleaner sound overall than my first one. Comments welcome.
Don't Rely on the Radio
Here's a garagy tune i've been producing for my cousin, Vonesvonic. [more inside]
I love evolving a feeling or a story out of feedback. This uses the free DFX Transverb plug with Ableton Live, where I set up various send channels to feed on and eventually destroy each other.