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‘Variations of a Convoluted Voice 2’ is built using a single recorded sample of a male voice, singing a drone in A.
The voice was passed through a convolutional synthesizer, which I built in Max-MSP. By definition, the process of convolution involves the digital multiplication of each sample in one waveform with each-and-every sample in another waveform, then adding the resultant arrays to form a new string of samples. The product is a sound that resembles its parent sounds, almost as though the first sound is ‘playing’ the second (Roads, 2008. p. 419-432).
In the case of ‘Variations of a Convoluted Voice 2’, the voice was convolved with a drum loop, resulting in a pulsating effect, which was then slowed using a sampler, also built in Max-MSP.
Roads, Curtis. 1996. ‘The Computer Music Tutorial’. The MIT Press. London, England.
released May 5, 2014
Track art courtesy of Tuts Plus
Hello, I'm a guy who likes to make music, any music. Be it for film, TV, live stuff, fun on the couch or rainy days. Some of it is weird, some of it not so much. Either way, I hope you dig my creations.