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rhythmiclouds-4 tweaked


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soehnk

 Genre: Classical

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Revised section 4 of rhythmiclouds.

This great photo is courtesy of;
Copyright University Corporation
for Atmospheric Research,
Photo by Benjamin Foster
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Uploaded: Sep 28, 2006 - 08:29:10 PM
Last Updated: Sep 28, 2006 - 08:37:28 PM Last Played: Jun 30, 2019 - 05:34:37 PM
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G5 2gig dual
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soehnk said 4707 days ago (September 28th, 2006)
Image credit
This great image is courtesy of;
Copyright University Corporation
for Atmospheric Research,
Photo by Benjamin Foster
Check out my latest song called Knurled Ives
kristyjo said 4707 days ago (September 28th, 2006)
I do really like your soundscapes
Do you create them by pattern or by ear? The changes are just discrete
enough to keep me listening for the next one, but also very subtle. I think
I commented before about how much I like your string orchestra sound.
Oh - and the photo is great!
Check out my latest song called How Far Is It to Bethlehem
kristyjo said 4707 days ago (September 28th, 2006)
I do really like your soundscapes
Do you create them by pattern or by ear? The changes are just discrete
enough to keep me listening for the next one, but also very subtle. I think
I commented before about how much I like your string orchestra sound.
Oh - and the photo is great!
Check out my latest song called How Far Is It to Bethlehem
soehnk said 4689 days ago (October 16th, 2006)
Re: I do really like your soundscapes
kristyjo,
I first work the figures or phrases (a 5-4 time loop in this case) out by ear and
then do a test 'snapshot' listen of them with several voices... usually 2-3
repetitions long. From there, I start building up 4-measure blocks (for this
piece) with various voices and various phrases. From there I can modify what
has been created or bring in some other test 3-repetition block I created
earlier. I kind of pay attention to the harmonic changes I've come up with
and try to put some order to them.

As I save a new GB file for each day I work on a section, I found that I end up
having so many test blocks (more than 50 I'm guessing), GB files and such
that it gets hard to decide what to use... and where it is. Ha! It's so easy to
try out variation after variation.... but then comes the editing.... and concerns
about length. Garageband starts to complain when there are 100's of
individual loops so this sets a workable limit on how long the piece can be (if
you use just software instruments).

Yea, isn't the photo just sweet! The image looks good on my finished cd
BTW.

Thanks for all your comments and inquiries.
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TobinMueller said 4674 days ago (November 1st, 2006)
Faerie flight
I was a fan of the original, but upgraded to this reworked wonder. Faerie flight and innocence, cloudlight romance and expectation, panned to maximum effect. Leaves in my face. Snowflakes dancing. The beginning of summer rain. I'm sorry I missed this revision when it first was posted. A marvel.
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