(i didn't manage to come up with much tonight, but i did read the manual for the keystep and learn what an arpeggiator does)
here's a loop using music grid, which i still think is neat:
so i managed to post something for 17 of #looptober's 31 days. i'd probably have done better had we not been worried about fire evacuations for a week of that, but still: way better than i expected, and it got me to expand on my synth setup and start learning a little about recording. thanks for all the encouragment on that one, folks.
instead of decribing what you did to make them, describe the sounds themseves (sen metaforoj):
"somewhat noisy sounds in a short rhythmic loop supporting heavily gliched main voice"
"what a robot hears when human is angry with their function"
other methods possible.
@brennen I think you did great!! I got around that same amount of loops with much less adversity. my goals were similar and I'm just really happy to have been able to make the focused time with folks' support
@christa thanks! i'm really grateful for the whole thing overall. a highlight of an otherwise kinda grim year.
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