Not exactly what I want it to be, but I'm still learning audio programs. Thanks guys!
My logo has been run through AudioPaint 3.0 (nice one, AlienXXX )
and is now available after moderation
1885 - Dribble
1884 - nipple
1883 - Tee Shirt
lets continue here:
Lets discuss here your ideas, experiments and results in relation to Dare 26.
Also the place to ask questions and get answers
This dare is specifically aimed at the Collaborators Collective (but not restricted, anyone can join).
The net is full of tutorials about subtractive synths - the typical analog synth.
The topic is covered in any book about sound synthesis and any half decent analog synth (hardware or virtual) will give at least a basic explanation in the manual.
But there are many, many, many more ways to generate sounds. We explore a couple of really unnusual ones in this dare... should you dare to follow me into this uncharted (but fun) territory.
The idea here is to explore sound synthesis - as a group. Sharing ideas and results. The focus of this dare will really be the discussion thread, where all those ideas should be shared and discussed. Here:
In this here thread I invite you to post links to your works.
- If you create sounds unsing the techniques below, please upload them to Freesound and share a link here. Please tag your sounds with the keyword "dare-26"
- If you create a track using these sounds, please upload elsewhere (Freesound does not accept music) and post a link on this thread.
1) Databending. Check this thread and the link there to an article by Glitchedtones.
Tells you everything you need to know.
2) Somewhat a variation of the above, and one of my personal favourites: image-to-sound.
You can read about it here:
A few programs suggested by Bram himself on that thread:
(audiopaint is very good and I use it frequently )
You can also try this VSTi:
EDIT: Please note the plugin I mean is Harsh Digital Nose (by insertpizhere). There is a lot of other stuff in this link.
and this new standalone program just in:
1982 - tank top
1981 - Dullard
On the "No Requests da DJ" line'if you were to say this line in proper English would it be "No Requests dear DJ" or "'No Requests' is the DJ"?
Ok I think I got it figured out from typing the question, it is the later right?
Thanks Diboz, that's nice to hear.
And by the way, if any of you needs a good Youtube audio extractor, there's a very nice little app that download Youtube videos and has the option for audio extraction, even for more than 20 min video. It's easy to use, and it's free.
You've inspired me to take a shot at the Deckard's Apartment ambient sound. I think I've got enough of a reference sample and heaps of vintage synths. I'll give it a go.
@Diboz: you're welcome.
Hey, looks like someone already made Star Wars ambient tracks by extracting sound files from The Old Republic. Very nice.
Wow! Thank you so much, DarthKaal. I really appreciate the link.
Thanks for the answers so far. I'm still interested if someone finds this sound in a raw and high quality version. I'll let you know if I ever extract it myself.
Thanks a lot Diboz, great link indeed. I love ambient tracks, especially from sci-fi movies. In fact, many years ago I had in mind to make tracks like these for Star Wars locations like Tatooine and Coruscant as I had compiled a giant Star Wars sound effects library from many sources (it must be somewhere on one of my drives), and mainly extracted from Star Wars video games, like Galaxies which by itself already had a massive sound effects collection.
And by the way, this one is nice too, ambient track from Blade Runner city streets:
Hey if you want to abstract the sound from the video here is a link to do so:http://www.vidtomp3.com/
That very same Bladerunner sound has haunted me for years.
YouTube user coffee300am has posted a 10 minute and, also, a 60 minute ambient track. At high gain the loop isn't particularly clean, and there's a couple of soft bumps real close to the pitch bend part.
Link to 60 minute version:
1980 - Dunce
18hiltc, go with productions, it isn't really gonna matter what we think sounds better. For business prospects alone, productions probably seems to be a better choice. Good luck!