I tried to help a friends friend to find some suitable recording of rain and thunder on the net, but I ended up coding this up for him instead, and he
Let's travel back in time to summer 2010: a new, evil sound comes to the stadiums of South Africa and the streets of football-loving cities.
Using filtered feedback with a noise input to produce a tone. Some bass notes turn a little noisy if the freq is left at one value for a few seconds.
Concept: instead of having 3 sustained tones making up a triad, how about having several tones that jump to the notes at random? If a number of these
old school noise from needle on vinyl
my collection of tweets. see http://twitter.com/redFrik
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SC tweets collection from the SC symposium London 2012
MCElectronique.sc (Meta-Composer or Meta-Coder Electronique) is a tool for finding inspiration and humor in random but interesting output. Essentially
Came across this when browsing through my SC files. An attempt at emulating an old, dusty record including pops and crackles.
Type and click while breathing into microphone and still pretend not to be insane
Create (atm. constant) wind and rain. Infinite possibilities! Easily expandable! A breeze!