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Re: extremely lofi ideas for the poor noisemaker

Now them's my kinda ideers!

Poppin' the top off a Kiwi 20/20,

----- Original Message -----
From: Sven Anderson <svena@accessinn.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Sent: Monday, September 20, 1999 4:36 PM
Subject: extremely lofi ideas for the poor noisemaker

> hello loopers
>     for those of us who can't run out and buy all the new fx processors
> available...
>     i was visited by a revelation last night.  and honestly it isn't very
> significant.  but it really does sound cool.  take microphones (cheapies
that you
> don't care about) and push them up against things that move.  like
> leave them there.  listen to the nice beats and loopy things this 
if you
> do it right, and the microphone is slightly offset each time the machine
> through a cycle of motion, the sound loop morphs very slowly into 
> bits.  its pretty much the same as micing machines, but here the 
> involved in the sound production in a more instrumental fashion.
> also.  another good one. discovered one night in boston while listening 
> ricks very loud after lots of cheap wine.
>     play minimal techno/beat oriented music very loud in a cluttered 
> wander around and listen closely to all of the objects on your walls,
tables, etc.
> as they vibrate in different ways.  and then (this is the hard part) 
to mic
> these little vibrations in such a way as to maximize their dynamics and
> the actual music's presence on your recording.  trying to record 
> this usually (for me) ends up producing very fluid, natural rhythms that 
> complex than basic thumpings.
> sorry, these ideas are really quite silly and mundane, but i felt like
typing a bit
> and therefore decided to subject you all to my ramblings.
> --sven