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14 february 2010
How does a beercan relate to audio-design? At first sight it doesn’t at all.
But if you take an empty beer can and squeeze it in front of a mic, it will produce very interesting sounds.
Then you put these sounds into audio-editor and chop them well, then put into sampler and shovel them carefully, then place them into sequencer and record a tune.
If you are boring enough, you can try to record a dub-step tune.
Maybe you will ask us, where does the bass-sound come from. From the beer can too? Yes, it does! We just sampled and looped several milliseconds of beer-can noise, applied filters, LFO’s and ADSR’s and got this fat dub-step bass.