So this year I did a little something different. I used the Biologick Asynchronius Sound Indulgent Generation (BASIG - patent pending) block code audio generation code to read the sequences of proteins and molecules used in anabolic reactions to create the base of the sound. Addative chemistry = addative sound.
To do this I created virtua; bacteria in avirtua; environment then measured the amounts of molescules in the environment being "waste" and "target" moleules such as ATP, ADP, and macromolecules to trigger the sounds pciked and the frequency they ar played. Obivously to make it something worth listening to (unlike those crazy Lin3 Hiss guys) I put a lot of constraints on it make it music as opposed ot noise. Stupid guitarists can make noise, but this is music.
In this case I triggered certain sounds (the library of sounds being preselected banks) while certain certain molescules were present in the pathway, selected different soudn banks as certain molecules disappeared etc. The beats are selected arpeggios on the Motif XF which acted as the drummer and aboyut 70% of the soudn you hear. The other is samples and some are generated on the fly by directly writing to the output ports.
Anyway, I then cheated and stitched this all together to make a larger entitiy of something and finally, busted out my EBow skills on guitar to add the final piece.
Quite happy with it. It should propel me to stardom within the molecular chemisty crowd.
Good day today. I slept in, ate pizza, and worked on 2 drum tracks in FL Studio. I probably could have done more, but it's a mellow day. I'll spice them up with the right amount of cymbals tomorrow and hopefully get 2 more drum tracks programmed. 'Til then, here are the lyrics to one of the drum tracks I finished tonight. It's called "Does Anyone Ask" and the song is about....well, feeling down. Just the sort of mind numbing monotony that plagues the modern girl. Enjoy!
DOES ANYONE ASK
But she holds on
Alarm goes off, another day goes by
But she holds on
Does anyone ask if she’s all right?