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Posted Wednesday February 12, 2003 - 19 years ago (#5430)
what is acoustic/organic?

what kinds of acoustic/organic material are you digital/electronic people using?

curious and curiouser....

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Posted Wednesday February 12, 2003 - 19 years ago (#5431)
i mean, uummmmm, what is analog/organic.....
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Posted Wednesday February 12, 2003 - 19 years ago (#5448)
digital synths are fairly modern developments. before the digital age there was the analog age. all synths in the old days were made of analog electronic components - capacitors, resistors, vacuum tubes, etc. digital synths are, for the most part, chips which are designed to emulate analog synths.

organic is using real life things which are not necessarily meant to be instruments. for instance, the wail of a cat, the cry of a baby, the engine of a car, the sound of the wind.
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Posted Thursday February 13, 2003 - 19 years ago (#5459)
nicely put efesar.
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Posted Thursday February 13, 2003 - 19 years ago (#5466)
Yeah really! brought a tear to my eye!!!
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Posted Thursday February 13, 2003 - 19 years ago (#5467)
aha!

it seems unlikely that most of the folks in here are starting works from totally digital sources? no?

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Posted Thursday February 13, 2003 - 19 years ago (#5486)
on the contrary i think a good number of the folks who make music and post and hang around here are working with primarily digital instruments and tools as it were, i had the impression that musique concrete described sounds recorded from every day "non-musical" sounds and the like then used to create a type of music?
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Posted Thursday February 13, 2003 - 19 years ago (#5491)
some of my songs are completely and entirely digital. all of them are digitized and resampled and reengineered digitally. but i do like to toy around with analog and organic sounds, i am generally a digital musician.
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Posted Thursday February 13, 2003 - 19 years ago (#5492)
angaym k oss said:

on the contrary i think a good number of the folks who make music and post and hang around here are working with primarily digital instruments and tools as it were, i had the impression that musique concrete described sounds recorded from every day "non-musical" sounds and the like then used to create a type of music?

they are all parts of the same equation. in the old days, industrial could be considered in that category. consider einsturzende neubauten, a very near analog to the original form of "industrial" wherein shopping carts with metal sticks were used as instruments. i'm sure musique concrete can be applied as well as "analog/organic."
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Posted Friday February 14, 2003 - 19 years ago (#5496)
interesting that you mention musique concrete and the tie to early industrial. it seems that many popular digital tools ( looping programs, sampler/sequencers ) are very applicable to extending the organic/musique concrete. of course, the borders between styles/labels are fuzzy.

coming from a highly improvisational background, i have been struggling with these tools, trying to find a space to call my own. out of the box, digital tools seem to prefer certain kinds of composition. "what is there between the steady beats of dance music and the complete wash out of new age?"

its a rhetorical question of course!
my lack of familiarity with the tools is the real issue.

cheers!

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