Traduction 🇫🇷 du message https://mastodon.art/@awhaleslantern/99875884761439750 par @awhaleslantern :
Amis de l’océan ! Je suis très heureuse d’annoncer quels sont les binômes d’artistes qui ont contribué des chansons pour la prochaine édition de notre projet de collaboration musicale (qui sera publiée le 29 avril) :
I still love the drums on this track that I made with @MatheusRV for the first #MusicCollab 🎼🌈
Only a few days until we release the second collection of songs! 😀🐋
I don't write a lot of time but I follow you. I'm working on a thing now I call serialized rhythm where rhythm patterns of different length beat off of each other until thay fall back to the start point. So a four bar pattern in 4/4 and a 9 beat pattern generate 36 bars of rhythm, all different.
Thank you very much @er1n ! I've run out of time, so the first synth take is the one you heard at the end on the final track.
@hairylarry is the wizard who wrote the melody, he also recorded the piano and vocals. I made the drums, bass, organ and synth accompaniment.
I also really enjoyed the track @estebanm and you wrote, charming sounds, melody and overall ambiance! Fresh and original, and very intriguing as Mascha said! I would be interested by a "making of".
The original is arranged for guitar/bass because that's what I'm most comfortable with. But then @er1n did her magicks!
It's in 9/8. Originally I wanted to have a 4+4+1 feel but the bass and percussion ended up as a fairly straight "3/4" feel on top of the 4+4+1 in the melody. If that makes sense.
Now that I've been through a round I'm beginning to get the big picture. I was just enjoying working with Arnaud. But the whole project is a lot more than just our collaboration. I can't wait to see the bandcamp page and help promote it.
I just gave a talk about music ("How Music Works"). It went pretty good, I think! I explain very basic concepts (melody, scales, chords) and how they relate to each other.
I have a recording. I'll try to edit it a bit and I will upload it somewhere.
Traveling to a distant suburb to buy a synth, with cash. Forget online orders, buying gear in a shady alley is my style. 😎
Wondering about streaming as a substitute for company while I try to do some work. I'm a composer and not a visual artist, so would it be too boring?
I just ordered 20 cassette tape dubs of my new album. Special edition! For people who want a physical object to prove that they own a piece of my art.
Will also come with a download code for ergonomic listening.
To shorten the time until the next release of our #MusicCollab on April 29, you can still listen (and download for free) our first collection of songs: http://awhaleslantern.bandcamp.com/album/flight-into-the-nebula
Friends of the ocean! I'm very happy to announce the artist pairs that have contributed songs to the next edition of our #MusicCollab project, to be released on April 29:
The songs are super diverse and beautiful, and I'm very excited to share them with you soon!
I will give a free download code for my last album to the first person who can tell me where this beautiful picture was taken. (MusicCollab people cannot take part, sorry.) CW: creepy puppet man eye contact.
Coming up with playlist orders is not my favourite activity.
SUPER EXCITED!!! (self promo) music in film trailer Show more
That film I wrote the score for, it is coming out on Friday and here's the trailer: