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Old 15-09-2014, 10:47 PM   #21
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I dunno who all of the artists are vs the IDMF screen names. haha.

There is some great music here.
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Clear as mud probably.

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Re: [Electronic Listening Music] AEP / ISAT / Jazzyspoon - A Mutation of My Environme

I've been lurking all the release threads so far, and now that I'm home I can finally post to the threads,

I know I'm not the best here, but I'd like to share what I did on my Remix.

I did ALOT of sample editing to the remix, with only the drum kit and bass being from my side. I really really liked the pads in this song because there was so much textures I could use for atmospheric sounds. I had cut favorite bits and transposed them and warped them to get the right sound. Suprisingly I even had made a cut on one of the pads so that it almost sounds voice-esque, and I really liked that. so alot of my main focus on the track was the atmosphere. the lead and other instruments were also from the original that I stretched and applied volume envelopes to. some of the percs were the original drum track's kicks transposed too. ableton was really useful for doing this, although I used maschine a good bit to record in shakers and what not.

I really enjoyed my time on this track since I use very much of what I knew and put it into this as well as learning a good bit in the process. I did run into a bit of trouble nearing the end since I was having low confidence in myself, almost not submitting. I was worried, but I am very glad I pushed through it and even more so to see I made it,

anyways, I'm not really great with words, but I enjoyed reading about you guys' little details into your tracks, and for me it gives it a bit more depth to what's going on behind it.

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Stop being so self-effacing, your track is wonderful.
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I've been lurking all the release threads so far, and now that I'm home I can finally post to the threads,

I know I'm not the best here, but I'd like to share what I did on my Remix.

I did ALOT of sample editing to the remix, with only the drum kit and bass being from my side. I really really liked the pads in this song because there was so much textures I could use for atmospheric sounds. I had cut favorite bits and transposed them and warped them to get the right sound. Suprisingly I even had made a cut on one of the pads so that it almost sounds voice-esque, and I really liked that. so alot of my main focus on the track was the atmosphere. the lead and other instruments were also from the original that I stretched and applied volume envelopes to. some of the percs were the original drum track's kicks transposed too. ableton was really useful for doing this, although I used maschine a good bit to record in shakers and what not.

I really enjoyed my time on this track since I use very much of what I knew and put it into this as well as learning a good bit in the process. I did run into a bit of trouble nearing the end since I was having low confidence in myself, almost not submitting. I was worried, but I am very glad I pushed through it and even more so to see I made it,

anyways, I'm not really great with words, but I enjoyed reading about you guys' little details into your tracks, and for me it gives it a bit more depth to what's going on behind it.
Thanks for coming in and letting us know. I didn't know you were a maschine user actually.

Probably my favorite thing about Live is the ability to edit audio in the way in which you describe then adding volume envelopes, or fades usually for me, to mimic things like attack and decay. One could turn practically nothing into a "synth" that way, with added efx and what-not. It's a really awesome thing how Live handles this type of stuff with such ease.

I can understand the low confidence thing you say about finishing your track too. I've said this before but, I think that's one thing that makes the creative process so satisfying. Were it all rainbows and blow jobs the end result would lose meaning I think and there would be little reason to push through and learn something.

Thanks again for this, and thanks for the submission...

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Old 17-09-2014, 05:32 AM   #26
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Re: [Electronic Listening Music] AEP / ISAT / Jazzyspoon - A Mutation of My Environme

If anyone posts their remix on their own SC page, I would love to know about it so I can repost it and add it to my Mutations set.

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Great release indeed, two of my favourite tracks at the moment are Grain Bastard's and Night Dwellers, both have amazing drums. Any way there are so many...need more listenings by my side.
Is good to hear about each one's process also, love it, as personal and different as the the tracks are.
My process was like slicing nearly everything into samplers and transposing so it fits in key, then processing a very simple midi line in parallel thru a rack of arpeggiators and midi delays. Using velocity the midi signal goes to the different possibilities in the rack to reorder the slices or change the subdivision etc...these two out coming midi lines feeds every track in the project (except a few audio ones). This could look a very mental way of making music but lets me change the overall flow of the track with just moving a few knobs. So this is the way I'm working lately, empty tracks with "IN" activated and lots of automation.
I did use a single kick and a snare from my library...the rest is all material from the stems. Is good to have high quality material to work with but in the other hand when the stems are so good it's easy to feel that processing just ruin them. So I focused in finding an coherent structure (more or less) and subtle rhythmical variations instead of dramatic audio processing.
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Great release indeed, two of my favourite tracks at the moment are Grain Bastard's and Night Dwellers, both have amazing drums.
hey, thanks! glad you liked it

this release has so many good tracks in it (read: all of them) that i can't really name a favourite, they are all special in some way or the other and that's fantastic, kudos to everyone who made it!

i was almost unable to get my track done because i composed it during a period where i barely had time to breath, let alone to make music - thankfully everything ended up well, though.

some insight about its making: i worked entirely in the box and i used an awful lot of offline/destructive audio processing. i cut some one-shot drum samples from the stems and ran them through some CDP 7 effects, while others were processed with vsts and then bounced to audio files. the little "stereo glitches" i frankly don't remember how i did them but it was likely on a similar way, i probably used some freq. shifters and other messy FSU/FFT effects, bounced it all to a loop (a 4-bar one? can't recall) and then started to slice, reorder and repeat everything on individual, almost-hard-panned tracks on the timeline. oh and some drum samples and the drum loop i used at the end are actually from What Happens In Waves.

the part from 2:32~3:00 was the first thing i composed - i actually redid this track like 3 or 4 times before i was satisfied with it (not the smartest thing to do when you don't have much time available), but always keeping this part intact. at some point i had something sounding like a weird mix between team doyobi and squarepusher, that's where the broken 8-bit-ish drums and synth starting at 1:16 came from actually. the intro was created by processing one of the stems through 4 different effects, bouncing them and layering them to sound like a broken radio of sorts.

maybe it's interesting to mention i used only free vst/vsti in this (except for Eventide's UltraChannel in the voice samples), including some weird but nice sounding 2-op FM synth i found... somewhere, and a couple of interesting fsu effects, and that's it i guess.

all in all it was a great experience doing this remix, huge thanks to isat/aep for making this happen, and congrats to everyone again <3

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*Phew* Haven't had any time to properly reply to this (my computer time is now saved for the weekends, but I was out of town last weekend). Thanks for including my track! And the second track! That's almost as good as being the first track!!

I don't have anything interesting to say about my track. I just took the midi from Jazzy's control pad input and fiddled with it until it sounded like a song (as it wasn't actually input from notes), and then went from there, throwing in a few elements of the original when it sounded right. I could have stretched the song out more, but it would have just been fluff.

The only thing I regret not doing is taking that main guitar riff and transposing it so it fit the key of my song. I've got some very simple square wave synth taking the place of the guitar, but I think I should have just used the original guitar.

As with all my shit, there's not much to talk about.

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Hey thanks guys for the continued replies. I'd be like "so cool to read all about three of my favorites", and while true, its hard to categorize these mutations like that because I like all the tracks in their own way for different reasons. I will say though as related to the last three posts...

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; the percussion on yours really floored me. I mean I knew you had some nice drum programming skills but the work you have done here really floored me. Also seeing that it was composed primarily using free VST's really puts the whole "you have to spend money for quality" debate to bed.

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; The way in which you have weaved all these tracks together is stunning. You really have a style that I love, as evidenced by this being the second release I've used your track for the preview. Even after reading your "how to" I don't think I could go and recreate something to the level at which you have done here.

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; I like yours so much because it really doesn't even sound like it came from a computer. I mean sure, there's some electronicky stuff happening, bit it all sounds so played and natural which is an amazing strong suit of yours. The first time I heard it I was on an airplane going from California to Okalhoma and I must have played it through on repeat at least five times. I was listening blind for judging purposes and at one point I remember thinking this has to be Vlantis. You really do have a style that's your own and also a style that I love everytime I hear a piece of yours.

Continued thanks to you guys for taking the time to not only submit, but detail your process to the community. The release wouldn't be the same without your tracks and hopefully the Altered Echo Project hasn't heard the last of you.


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First of all, thanks to all concerned for including both tracks I submitted for the release..tbh, I didn't really expect that..and so I was a little surprised when I saw the album listing.

Like Vlantis, I worked with the midi files, simply because it saves time to do so and makes things a lot more fluid for me work-wise. I mean Jazzy had done 90% of the work with his creativity and mixing to begin with..I merely messed around and had fun trying to mess things up, while trying to keep everything as faithful to the original as possible. I didn't want to change either track to the point where it became something completely different or something that was my own. But, I still wanted to leave a mark on both tracks that would reflect my own tastes and musical style..which I think I managed to do in the end.

For the most part, it all came down to finding the right sounds that sat well together in the mix..and listening to the over-all "sound" or "feel" they gave off as a result..nothing too complex or "out there"..just basic mixing really.

I, too, would have liked to made a slight change having now listened to the release..and that would be to bring the treble down a little on both tracks, as they sound much "brighter" in retrospect. I should add that has sod all to do with Mike's mastering skills..for which he deserves much credit, sex and beer. But as I'm not gay..and I don't even live in the same country as him, then he's shit out of luck and will have to make do with my praise instead!

Same goes to Rick and Aaron, and those at ISAT..thanks for coming up with this in the first place and making it possible. AEP is such a great idea and one that is going from strength to strength under the guidance of RFJ and Relic..and I'm sure will only get better as it continues to mutate ( pun intended ).

My final words go to the man himself..Jazzy..for producing such great tunes in the first place, that were and still are a real joy to listen to..as well as being great fun to work with in stem / midi form. Cheers, dude..long may you continue to create and produce..my world is a better place because of it.

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15- The Great North Wet - Catnip and Claws Mutation


if someone were to tell me that this was actually Meat Beat Manifesto, I would not be one bit surprised. *applauds*

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if someone were to tell me that this was actually Meat Beat Manifesto, I would not be one bit surprised. *applauds*
That's Emma. She is awesome. I kind of had to beg her to do one for me and I'm glad I did.

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You should beg her to come in here and tell us about her mutation.



She popped up on my suggested friend list the other day because I'm friends with you and, I must admit, I totally pulled a Facebook stalk.

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; I like yours so much because it really doesn't even sound like it came from a computer. I mean sure, there's some electronicky stuff happening, bit it all sounds so played and natural which is an amazing strong suit of yours. The first time I heard it I was on an airplane going from California to Okalhoma and I must have played it through on repeat at least five times. I was listening blind for judging purposes and at one point I remember thinking this has to be Vlantis. You really do have a style that's your own and also a style that I love everytime I hear a piece of yours.
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^Wow, how time flies. What's next for you then Jason? Anything cooking?

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Really drawn into this.. A real surprise bag - you never know what lurks around the next corner.
Adventurous affairs, all quite intense. Continuing the exploration..

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