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Broken Cello Lee Barry
1. Record each phrase and save into separate sound files (WAV). (Play each phrase smoothly and leave 1-2 seconds in the front and back of the files. Feel free to extend each track with silence. Added silence to each phrase will increase the probability of more space in the music)
2. File naming: phrase#_last_first.wav (20_jones_david.wav)
3. Transfer files to CD or other media or device. (It is optional to include the loop phrases in the randomization. Loop phrases will not be in sync in the shuffle order and will result in a cacophony of rhythms. It is recommended that only the single notes and phrases be included in the random shuffle of tracks.
4. Connect outputs of devices into a mixing board and set on continuous shuffle, or in normal
5. In performance, play phrases in any order against the tracks playing in random order in the
1. Connect the outputs of each system to a mixing board and record the output.
2. Make a set of discs with 3-5 sounds on it and random loop them, recording
3. Apply treatments and effects, transfer to media, then incorporate the new
4. Use with visuals: Multiple projectors on one screen, dissolving into
5. Use for soundtracks in multimedia and films, as they create endless variation based upon a well-defined set of diegetic and non-diegetic sounds.