I thought it would be interesting to hear a song and hear the process of creating it. The Tenori-on is -wicked- addictive and fun to use.
Track 1: T-Const
A lame name for a lamish song. I actually like a lot about it. The push layer is -terrible- and so that's why you don't hear much of it.
This is recorded as a wave and encoded to a 192 kBit/s, 44.100 Hz, Stereo mp3.
Track 2: Composing T-Const
This is the recording of the process of composing on the Tenori-on What to listen for:
- Pauses in change...means I'm either listening or copying blocks.
- Weird one off instruments and sounds... meaning I'm testing new instruments on a new layer and notes.
- Total Drop Offs...meaning I'm saving the song to the sd card
- My lameness...meaning I'm composing electronica. I like doing it though, so I make fun of myself as a defense mechanism.
This is recorded as a wave and encoded to a 64 kBit/s, 44.100 Hz, mono mp3.
It's fun to listen to the composing after the 'final' product, it has a how did I get there from there feel. Enjoy and let me know what you think....or...you know...not.