The Hue of Q
Generative Electronic Music Generative Video Art
30 minute meditation slash brain cleansing
From idea to reality postcards from slow places was a project conceived on llllllll, pronounced lines, a forum of like minded creators. An open call to the community asked for ambient long form compositions to build a purposefully long album. No one would be turned away and it was up to you to interpreted and create what you thought was an ambient long form composition. postcards from slow places is 34 hours long and is comprised of 55 songs each from a different artist.
Some notes from my video/song The Hue of Q.
I started in Ableton at work on my lunch break and used a lot of max for live devices to create to program cords and arps in a in a particular scale and heavily lfo ed lfo's into lfo's into perimeters with the operator being the source of the sound. I did this over and over across a week and took the content and cut it up and arranged it. I then took the project home and moved what I created into Ableton and ran it through some delays and filters and laid it down on a 4 track. I then did one full improve track over it with a korg polly 800 ran through my modular to add some extra movement to the polly 800's pads. I captured this all back into Ableton to mix because and do some light mastering. I focused mostly on tonality and shape of sound. After completing the song I created a sort of generative visual video for the whole song. The amplitude/frequency of the song is leading particle generators around the frame and feedback is creating a vortex, and there is also added randomness with hue and other setting. I am launching that tonight for all the lovers out there.
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