So, following up on the previous idea I had, recruiting Phylum Sinter, Praveen, and I (er, as Quantazelle) to do a rotating remix using the online Monome / Tenori-On / APC-40 / Launchpad (ie matrix / grid-based sequencing, etc) flash clone, Nudge, I invited m50 to play with me. Nudge is a very simple sequencer with preset synths (harp, organ, fx, drum kit), and–as m50 discovered–the ability to create multiple patterns, meaning you’re not restricted to one 16 bar loop–one could actually make a song out of this lil flash app.
Anyway, the Pravy + Phylies + Zelle remix project was based on that platform, so that’s also the zelle+m50 deal that’s showcased below. M50 pointed out the additional functionality (more patterns) right as we finished, these are all just 16 bar loops thrown back and forth. Check it out, it’s neat to hear different musicians approach the same material and mold it into something that they are pleased with.
Here’s the play-by-play:
quantazelle: ruh roh…forgot to take my woofie out…brb