Session extract (“notable”)

This page will contain one track from each session, representing something succesful or otherwise notable from the session.

Introductory session Trond/Øyvind May 2016

2016_5_Trond_7c 2016_5_Trond_7c

Take 7:Multiband sidechain gating. Guitar lo freq opens gate for pitchdown effect on vocal. Guitar high freq opens gate for pitchup effect on vocals. We also use an extra sidechain from the low-band trigger track to duck the high-band trigger track (avoiding strong transients in the bass registe to open the hi-freq gate). Again, one thing that is hard as a performer is when one wish for a specific sound, and the modulating musician plays something to the contrary, there is a strong tension (for good and bad).

Introductory session Bernt/Øyvind April 2016

2016_4_Bernt_1_take5 2016_4_Bernt_1_take5

Take 5: .Effects and mapping:Vocal: Reverb. Guitar pitch controls reverb decay time. High pitch= long reverbGuitar: Delay. Vocal transient density controls delay feedback. Low density= max feedback. Increase sensitivity. Also control reverb mix and delay time.

Westerdal session, Ylva/Øyvind, April 2016

2016_4_Ylva_1_first_reflection 2016_4_Ylva_1_first_reflection

Take 1: Cross_shimmer: Vocals as spectral input, Drumset as exciter

Tape To Zero, April 2016

* Full concert, the cross adaptive (shimmer) effect is used in the first few minutes. Recording available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NInAifyF1B8&feature=youtu.be&t=10767

Jazz ensemble, April 2016

2016_4_jazz2_1 2016_4_jazz2_1

Take 1: Sax/Git: cross-adaptive amplitude gating