Ableton Live’s audio warping is really awesome. You can use it for lots of cool stuff, from getting your audio loops or tracks in time with Live to completely mangling recordings beyond recognition.
I’ve seen a lot of tutorials that do a great job of showing you how to use it, but I haven’t seen anyone actually explain how it works, so I made a video about it. Below is a bit of info that I also mentioned in the vid:
The final track off my demo EP has been up for a little over a week now, but I’ve been holding back on announcing everything ‘officially’ because I considered that there was still some more work to be done. As in the artwork.
My resident artist’s been hard at work at making a cover for the thing and has just finished the wonderful artwork that I’m now proud to publish:
The EP has the following tracklist, which can also be found on the “Music” page:
It’s a little late, but I’m also going to introduce Munko the Bandersnatch, the Bandesnaci Mascot, also the work of ADNgraphic. He can be seen on the cover, smoking a hookah and as a permanent decoration of this site, frowning on the left. Keep an eye out for more material coming up that features him. He’s an expressive little bugger.
As I happened to mention before, I’ve been experimenting with dubstep lately, and the result is now part of my upcoming demo EP and at the bottom of this post. The new talking bass patch I’ve added fits in perfectly with the drone and the rest of the elements that make up my sound. The hard work I’ve been investing in this thing is starting to pay off and show and I’m very happy about it.