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Re: sound processing ideas

I really like my Digitech IPS 33B Super Smart Shift, OK its old and not 
smart but it does some wonderful mangling! And I know you have heard of the
Lexicon Vortex., amazing.
 Anyway don't lose the faith. I have your stuff in regular rotation for


"earthblind, starbound" wrote:

> OK, I'm stuck.  I've got experimental musicians' block.
> I was able to make a decent amount of synth-type sounds out of flute to
> loop--using mostly reverb, echo, and various delay effects.  I still have
> the song I used them for up on the web because I've been too unenergetic
> to update my page with the new one, which I should have uploaded half
> a month ago.  Anyway, that's neither here nor there.
> Here's the crux of the biscuit. Though my past experiment was successful,
> I could not develop enough sounds to continually use for a whole album 
> half an album, which is what I have to fill).  I did some attempts at
> vocoding, but all the software based vocoders are essentially pure crap.
> So that's out.
> And now I'm out of ideas.
> What ways are there to completely mangle a sound, to make them sound
> completely different (without ruining them to the point that the pitch
> or timing is ruined), by unfairly abusing fairly run of the mill
> effects?  I throw this out to the list, all you people who make wacky
> sounds.  What are your favorite experiments, not in sound sources to
> loop this time, but in modifying sound sources?
> --
> Listen to Grendel (ambient/signal music) at http://listen.to/grendel
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