I spent three hours on the audio. Three hours to clean up the original 21 minute noisy recording so that it didn’t make you want to rip your headphones off. I was going for something less overbearing white noise, and more rain.
At some point it may use it as a backing track to something.
I also spent a lot of time on the video too, but that was mostly re/learning running bash scripts in Automator actions. And rendering, a bunch of time for my spunky little laptop to render
- Musique concrète
- a genre of electroacoustic music that is made in part from acousmatic sound. It can feature sounds derived from recordings of musical instruments, voice, and the natural environment as well as those created using synthesizers and computer-based digital signal processing. Also, compositions in this idiom are not restricted to the normal musical rules of melody, harmony, rhythm, metre, and so on. Originally contrasted with “pure” elektronische Musik (based solely on the production and manipulation of electronically produced sounds rather than recorded sounds), the theoretical basis of musique concrète as a compositional practice was developed by Pierre Schaeffer, beginning in the early 1940s.
I made this a long time ago, but other than hiding it at the bottom of my sidebar, never publicized it. Buy buy buy.
You know folks,
washing machines really
should have a miscellaneous
odds and ends cycle.
A nice little catch all
setting that one wouldn’t judge
between and measure against.
Hell, I don’t really know what Permanent Press is.
But I always picture bell-bottomed
leisure suits when I select it
Do a little shuffle.
A little spin.
Can I get an ah-yeah!
Know that right.