can you light up your process of making all the grainy glitchi sounds on many of the end part of your songs?
do you have a favorite way of doing it?
or some particular plugins\hardware?
There's no particular process - I just chop things up and spread them about until they please me.
Sometimes it's a granulising plugin, sometimes it's an 8bit delay with a whacky control voltage plugged into it. Most of the time it is hours spent with scissors and glue.
I am in the West Virginia mountains working through the 3rd draft of a multi-volume book series.
There’s a particularly scary-story for amateur writers: “To prove how hard it is for new writers to break in, Jerzy Kosinski uses a pen name to submit his bestseller Steps to 13 literary agents and 14 publishers. All of them reject it, including Random House, who had published it.”
The music industry and publication industry are different, but they share a similar process: create -> consume (with some marketing and distribution in there).
How did your music catch on? How important was it to your career as a musician to be part of Twisted Records years back? How do you make money in a business that seems to have been abruptly dismembered? Independent production seems viable these days, if not a bit crowded with mediocrity—how do maintain yourself in public awareness? What outlets do you find most useful?
Is there hope for a meritocratic type of diffusion?
Hey man! Do you allow artist to sample your work?Ott responded on 02/26/2015