>can you pls do field recordings for me? will pay $$$ edition.
PLEASE USE clyp.it FOR WIPs
dont post your soundbutt unless asked to
>Pastebin - Links, books, videos, articles, tutorials and stuff:
>/prod/ wiki - looking for contributors (wink, wink)
current WIP. finally have some draft vocals in. also the end of the track structurally is in sight. can't show yet though: temp vocals need to be re-done and double tracked n shit
Its my track :^) endless modulations and chord changes seem to be my thing, as well as trying to prevent parts from crossing. Also the first track where I've recorded live accordion. some pretty shoddy playing, and specific keys are a bit too microtonal (read: out of tune), but some parts of the recording are usable. Hence the automation cutting most of it out
We're making an album! (or trying to).
How to join:
>Take a good look at the picture in this post
>Be inspired by it
>Get a little bit of techno influence
Anything goes, feel free to find anons to collab and have fun with in any way you want. Or just work solo.
We're doing this for fun.
This link hasn't been working for a while. I'm nearly done with the book, does anyone have a pdf already uploaded or know a link we could put in the pastebin?
Also recommendations for the pastebin:
The Physics of Sound - http://homepages.wmich.edu/~hillenbr/206/ac.pdf
Does anyone know of a good book or resource to understand exactly how microphones work? I understand some basics but I'd like something a little more in-depth.
oh shit you're right.
here's a link that works
also here's one for mic techniques:
its by the shure company but I'm sure we'll find something better in the future. it seems very succinct.
Here's the lastest pastebin: