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Great news: "Some Safe Cloud" has gone live!! Yes!! 
 
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Ten tracks ... what an intense process! Again learnt a lot.
Every instrument and vocal part you hear has been composed, played/sung, recorded and arranged by myself. Only exception to this are the drum-loops and the "moon-loop". They were taken from Logic and have been arranged and remixed by my ears and hands ;).
Genrewise the tracks range from "world" to "alternative" to "neoclassic" and some "electronic" ... that is ... some challenges for a somehow consistent and harmonious "overall-mastering".
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Experimental: All is Flute/Flutomania ... Realflutesampling/Vocals/Drums ...

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I am practicing how to create own, sampled instruments in Kontakt 6. Last week we recorded my flute-playing and I have been working on the samples ... all the instruments you hear (except for Vocals and Drums), including the bass-line, are based on one original tenor-flute-sample, which I have "transformed" with various effects and envelope-changes ... Certainly not my most exciting composition, but quite funny/interesting, what can be created out of one sound ... 

 

As a kind of "giving thanks" to the (original) flute, my lyrics are a sung love-letter to "the mother of all sounds" in this track ... enjoy :)

 

⇒ Audio

 

Please note and respect: All Vocals, Flute playing/Sample-arrangement/-mix, Synth © Ann-Uta Beißwenger 2019. Credits go to Freddy for taking over the flute-recording in Pro Tools ... our studio would have been too big for me to jump around between playing flutes and recording ... and thanks to Emir for slicing the bunch of "wavs" into one shots. 

 

 

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