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Making at least 10 seconds of audio everyday
Guest posted a topic in Your Latest CreationsYo, I'm trying to make at least 10 seconds of audio everyday for the Inpuj 10s project whose sc group page is https://soundcloud.com/groups/10-second-project-2013 Actually I try to make 1 minute rather than 10 secs, these are my takes: https://soundcloud.com/yan_g/sets/inpuj-10-sec-project Some will be reworked on, some will be kept as are, some will be forgotten :) I'll be posting here whenever I add a new track to this set...
yan_g yan_g - unt070
Guest posted a topic in Your Latest CreationsMy latest work, don't know what to think, you tell me! http://soundcloud.com/yan_g/unt070-wip
yan_g yan_g - EP 4
Guest posted a topic in EKT New ReleasesHello there! Yesterday my 4th EP was released on rec72: http://rec72.net/?p=2306 If you feel like donating you can go to my bandcamp instead: http://yang.bandcamp.com/album/ep-4 Reviews welcome. Criticism on how to improve these tracks NOT welcome. Criticism applicable for future releases welcome :) For the bleep fans there is some HSS3i and Nebulophone on unt039 ;) Hope you like it! Yann
yan_g yan_g - EP 4
Guest posted a topic in Your Latest CreationsHello there, I posted in the EKT releases forum already but it's not quite heavily populated so I thought I'd post the link here, I hope you forgive me... The most regular members must have heard most of these tracks at earlier stages so if you generally like my output, here's the chance to grab some of it. If you don't remember my music, it's electronica which I try to make melodic and colourful, and surprising. Tell me what you think! Here's the link to the release forum post: http://forum.watmm.com/topic/74186-yan-g-ep-4/ /y.
Light dependent sample loop
Guest posted a topic in EKT General DiscussionHi there! I just made this shit short video of my first attempt at controlling my DEP2a with a light dependent resistor. The CV is controlling the threshold above which the sample looper records the audio input into its buffer. I set it to record when I hover the resistor. It works quite well, I only have to make some proper controller with cool sensors and get more gear with CV inputs :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfRB3DZM2tw