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Creating an Evolving Rhythmic Soundscape in Tardigrain

Sound designer Les Productions Zvon got a whole lot of weird out of Tardigrain on this evolving soundscape.

Video Description:

Here's an example of what can be achieved with the Memory Collection samples when they are processed and transformed. I have imported in Tardigrain granular synthesizer a sample from March 2021 reward for my Patreon patrons.

I have used a factory preset as starting point. The set of long vertical lines at the bottom is the "keyboard" zone The lighter grey keys are the ones that are played and the thin moving black lines show the aftertouch modulation. Tardigrain makes good use of the iPad's touchscreen.

Sounds like electrified wooden ships! Lots of creaking and squeaking!
The more straightforward video demo is here:
https://youtu.be/GNusVcGWJWo

Samples of this pack are from the first half of an episode of the 1950's Robin Hood TV show now in the Public Domain. Second part will be this month's reward!

86 samples (32.9 MB), like all the Memory Collection packs, the samples are classified in folders and they include voice/spoken word/dialogs, sfx/foley and music.

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Tardigrain is from Humbletune:
http://www.humbletune.com/tardigrain/

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