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Arbhar Harvesting | Part 03 | A Shared Guest

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Arbhar Harvesting

In this episode I am going to ‘harvest’ six improvised patches from the MakeNoise Shared System and turn the Arbhar in a polyphonic West Coast orchestra. I guess you can consider this as a ‘Shared Guest’ part 03 too so I’ll add them to both playlists.

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Harmonaig Poly | with 3 Plaits & Arbhar

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Harmonaig Poly

After building a mono patch with the Harmonaig and Strega, it’s now time to have some fun with three Plaits and the 1v/oct input of Arbhar. Music theory is very valuable when you need to compose something, but with Harmonaig, you can easily get away with not knowing any of it. I used Pressure Points to dial in a progression of four chords and used Marbles to add some variations.

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Harmonaig Solo with Strega

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Harmonaig Solo | with Strega

The Instruo Harmonaig (harmony) is designed to drive four voices into all kinds of chords and progressions. In this video I am using the Harmonaig to control Strega’s pitch and delay speed into some amazing new sounds.

So when you spend some time with the Witch, don’t forget to mult the pitch CV to the delay time. It’s fun! I’ll use the other two outputs to modulate Strega’s various destinations. Harmonaig gets her pitch CV from two Maths channels (LFO) and Wogglebug random pitch. I am using a middle eastern scale to make the patch it a bit more exotic.

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Reel Life | Instruo Lubadh Part 02 | Grand Theft Audio

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Instruo Lubadh – Grand Theft Audio

With the Expert Sleepers ES-8 as an audio interface, I can basically grab and rip any audio on my PC so there’s a huge potential for samplers, granulators and loopers. But there’s also the risk of getting a copyright claim when you record/sample something that’s owned by a big name or label and decide to upload it. I know some artists have large teams protecting their works. The economy of music is changing and the audience expects music to be free. But you can’t create a great new album if you can’t even break even.

So if you ever copy original sound sources, make sure you use it fair and transformative.

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