Subject: RE: Methods of Creation / Setup
From: James Brody (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Sep 18 2005 - 09:17:53 EDT
I look at the work flow in two parts: first, sound creation and
modification; second, sound recording.
For optimum flexibility and clarity, that would involve three computers, the
Macintosh with all of the sound modification programs native to its
platform, a Windows machine likewise and the third machine to act as a
recorder of all the results on the first two and as a composition device to
arrange all the sounds in tracks and in the appropriate order.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Rick
Sent: Sunday, September 18, 2005 5:32 AM
Subject: Re: Methods of Creation / Setup
Another nice set of processing tools is Fscape. You can find it at
It's platform independant and, like ArgiephontesLyre, can take up a
lot of processing time. And, the results are pretty clean. No realtime
stuff, but the wait is worthwhile.
It's less poetic than "the Lyre" but it was also created as a set of
tools used by the composer for his own ends. It's help files are good,
but incomplete, but also give some insight into the preferences
(opinions) of the composer/programmer.
On 9/18/05, Henry Rodrick <email@example.com> wrote:
> I got myself a $200 2nd hand MBox. Didn't kill my economy, and it works
> really well.
> On 2005-09-18, at 10.10, Morgan Sutherland wrote:
> > Well, there's also the more realistic side: I can't just go out and
> > buy myself a copy of Logic right now. It's out of the question.
> //henry rodrick
> +46 70 3685136
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