Working on March Explorations using various apps

Been testing out some new workflow techniques utilizing iOS and macOS...and have started to save them to a March playlist on Soundcloud.

Thanks in advance for giving them a listen...feedback is always welcomed:
https://soundcloud.com/policarpo-wood/sets/march-tones

Also, here's one of the tracks with some fun little jellyfish :)
https://youtu.be/aa46JsEV-28

Peace + Blessings :)

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  • Thank you sir <3

  • Awesome stuff, mate! Whatever you changed on your workflow, it still works... but better :blush:

  • Here's another little vid to go with the latest track:
    https://youtu.be/BoBs4nN_3pw

  • I listened to them all. So great. Keep ‘me comin’. :)

  • Another take on that track from earlier. Trying out a new process for making vids for my tracks

  • @echoopera said:
    Another take on that track from earlier. Trying out a new process for making vids for my tracks

    Beautiful tracks. What are you using for the visuals?

  • @brice said:

    @echoopera said:
    Another take on that track from earlier. Trying out a new process for making vids for my tracks

    Beautiful tracks. What are you using for the visuals?

    Why thank you sir.

    I’m using Tunr on the iPad to sync visuals to the tracks, then filming it separately and adding the kaleidoscope effect in LumaFusion and recording it again by hand on screen.

    Going after a dirty organic style with these digital visuals in hopes of making it feel a bit more natural and less clean.

  • @echoopera said:

    @brice said:

    @echoopera said:
    Another take on that track from earlier. Trying out a new process for making vids for my tracks

    Beautiful tracks. What are you using for the visuals?

    Why thank you sir.

    I’m using Tunr on the iPad to sync visuals to the tracks, then filming it separately and adding the kaleidoscope effect in LumaFusion and recording it again by hand on screen.

    Going after a dirty organic style with these digital visuals in hopes of making it feel a bit more natural and less clean.

    I’m into that style for certain.

    I’ve been on a music visualizer quest recently as well. Not the most exciting of quests, but I did happen upon this developer’s site http://yuuki.ws/apps/music-visualizers/

    The first two (Spectrum and Modules) are pretty slick. But the problem I’m finding with most iOS visualizer apps is that they’ll only work with iTunes library or the built in microphone. I believe Wizibel is the only one I’ve seen so far that allows an “open in” for audio files. Frustrating business but might be worth checking out if you’re looking for additional paths.

  • Ooooh those seem right up my alley. Thanks for the links.

  • Been a couple weeks since I posted anything, so I thought it was time to add some new stuff to the thread:

    As always, many thanks for listening.

    Cheers!

  • Might be my favorite. Love the tension build and those low end percussive bits. What’s your setup, routing, etc? You’ve definitely got a good thing going!

  • Thanks Brice. The setup was some Ableton synths with iPad touchable noodling bits.

    Here’s a quick Refraktion exploration using Zeeon, Microterra and isymphony through some Kosmonaut and Audio Damage Fx:

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