looptober meta 

I keep making loops that I think aren't interesting or good enough for looptober and then I remembered for me just doing it anyway is the point of looptober

looptober process 

I liked when @makingarecord described what he did to make his, so I'm going to start doing this when I think it may be interesting!

this one started with me drumming onto a drum pad with a slipper on top and trying to get something with, ironically, a minimal cold wave drum machine feel. that's recorded to a loop pedal, which I then built over with some moog matriarch tones and wrote it to my hand recorder. I then did a bit of audio editing to get the levels right in audacity.

looptober process 

I spent time teaching myself to type in 9 to 5 as three different sequences into my sequencer on my moog, then got frustrated with lining them up into the loop pedal because of latency, so just shoved a bunch of things from both synths every which way. succes

looptober notes 

I'm feeling pretty bleh about this looptober so decided to start doing prompts with @ranjit ! this one is pulled from oblique strategies. I wanted to just pick a note and see how interesting I could get the tone using the four oscillators in my matriarch. ended up with a few more notes and don't know if how lush it sounded on the machine translated into recording but it is late and my brick is nearing a wall

2021 - 06
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