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Nate Bunnyfield

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[Nov. 22nd, 2005|10:55 pm]
Nate Bunnyfield




Part of a spectogram of An Experiment in White Noise Performance.
2004-02-28 10'50" 19.8 MB


I've gotten more negative feedback on this track than anything I've recorded.
I've gotten more positive feedback on this track than anything I've recorded.

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[User Picture]From: fotthewuk
2005-11-23 10:21 am (UTC)
The night my daughter was born was both the best and worst night of my life.

I'm listening to the track now. It's quite, (how shall I say?)... challenging. What are you using?
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From: natebunnyfield
2005-11-27 11:03 pm (UTC)
(Don't know what to say to the first part.)


This track was made with a 2 second white noise sample triggered by a ribbon controller fed into a digital reverb unit and recorded straight into the PC.

The most crucial thing was that the reverb unit is plugged into itself (for the feedback) and I tweak all the settings live as one would play an instrument.

The equipment used was an Akai S20 sampler, Kurzweil ExpressionMate and Alesis Wedge.


And note this was almost 2 years ago before I tried to make more “mainstream” music...
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[User Picture]From: fotthewuk
2005-11-23 08:14 pm (UTC)
You should meet mirroribis. You both make me sound mainstream.
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