Libre Music Challenge #16: Begin then finish

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Re: Libre Music Challenge #16: Begin then finish

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Congratulations @LAM :) :D
Your victory proves, that LMC can be won without AirWindows GALACTIC :mrgreen:

Many thanks @Thomas Lord for organizing this round :!:
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Re: Libre Music Challenge #16: Begin then finish

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bsg75 wrote: Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:58 am Congratulations @LAM :) :D
Your victory proves, that LMC can be won without AirWindows GALACTIC :mrgreen:
Indeed! :lol:

I discovered the granular effect in BespokeSynth can be used as a sort of long tail reverb, and coupled with AW Verbity, it does its job quite well. ;)

Don't worry though, Starchild + Galactic is still one of my favorite AW combos.

A couple notes on the track:

There is no real composition, all the parts except the drums are mainly one note going through chorder and arpeggiator (and some other note modules), with different probabilities to be triggered.

I used the radiosequencer modules (upper left in the screenshot) to sequence the different parts of the track. While it has much less finer control than a classic DAW timeline, is a really fast way to give a track a structure in that modular mess. The fact the track was more or less enjoyable is a big success, I'll explore more and trying to refine this technique.

Thank you @Thomas Lord, @bsg75, @MyLoFy.
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Re: Libre Music Challenge #16: Begin then finish

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Hey, congrats @LAM, very well deserved victory! What a fun round, thanks @Thomas Lord for taking the initiative!
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