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Is anyone aware of the scales used by aleksi perala in his ovuca releases?? In particular the oddish melodic lines in "cow is a mammal" and "Untitled B08 off Onclements"
Im not really a music expert in the regard of scales but maybe someone here might know?? plus info on ovuca and other rephlex artists is very vague i wish they were talked about more very underated imop01 - cow is a mammal.mp3
By Mellow U
Posting here to inform everyone that my beatless music imprint Psoma Psi Phi has recently reinstated two epic synthesizer records from the inimitable David Burraston (aka NYZ / Noyzelab / Bryen Telko). TTMSubtree and PPLZ SYNF were both given limited cassette editions, and have since gone out of print - these reissues are intended to be more "standard" and keep this excellent music in print and available for a longer period of time. They are also going to be carried at Norman Records and possibly Boomkat.
NOYZELAB / TTMSUBTREE
[DUAL-DISK SECOND EDITION]
"...a 90-minute work that shifts between otherworldly drone and soft, ethereal atmospherics. Think beautiful decay, in the most glorious way."
2xCD-R DIRECT FROM P/PSI/P
2xCD-R VIA NORMAN RECORDS, UK
NYZ / PPLZ SYNF
[QUAD-DISK SECOND EDITION]
"...a gargantuan 3.5-hour record that dives into a deep well of drone synthesis to hypnotic effect. It's as close to a work of art as a record can get, built with Burraston's passion project, a self-build of the Serge CGS Paperface analogue synth. Moody and epic."
4xCD-R DIRECT FROM P/PSI/P
4xCD-R VIA NORMAN RECORDS, UK
I'll also be sure to update this post/thread when other shops begin to carry these releases.
Also, feel free to follow the label at Facebook for even slower updates: http://www.facebook.com/000bpm
Keep your ears widened for Dave's next release at Psoma, another 4xCD-R set bearing the name DSP TRX. Speakers will wobble, ears will tingle, minds will be fucked!
Thanks to all of you here who have supported this stuff already!
So, as I mentioned in this thread, (yes its been a year) I made a max patch for generating melody, and now it is a standalone app called ITVL (interval).
It is basically a generative sequencer packed into a step sequencer, you decide when the next step will be triggered and what note will be played instead of letting algorithms do it, so you have the full control and it is easy to change a single note anytime. It is like you have the generative framework but your brain will be the "algorithm".
It is my first time to make an app and it did take a lot of time to build on my prototype, fix bugs, a bunch of stuffs were added and a lot of functions were adjusted for releasing to public.
How do you guys think about this?
It is available here
some videos, more are coming soon.
By Guest skibby
if you do a search in youtube, you might find this video about making a bass in fm:
however, i am afraid that most of the videos on youtube seem to be tutorials on how to make a skrillex bass.
however, a skrillex bass to me isn't really a bass, although it contains some bass fundamentals.
i am a little old school, so i prefer a bass instrument to contain mostly bass fundamentals, for the purpose of creating harmonies and other syncopated events.
I envision this thread to be a place where we can share patches or discuss getting actual bass sounds out of an fm synth, (also leads, fx, whatever) and produce some knowledge about the subject for composers who like to use an FM synth as an instrument, not just a full frequency sausage effect.