Spanish stele of a girl with a pandura2nd century A. The earliest image showing a lute-like instrument came from Mesopotamia prior to BC. Under the Sasanians, a short almond shaped lute from Bactria came to be called the barbat or barbud, which was developed into the later Islamic world's oud or ud.
A deeply mediative piece Seriously man - this thing is changing my life!! Orchestral Plane From the second Wayfarer album: Namely Kaleidoscope, B2, and Aether: A Framedrum from the Alchemy soundest by Simon S.
The patch Tremor Drone generated a deep drone growling sound that comes in once in a while A Vocal ensemble singing a gesualdo piece fully submerged in Kaleidoscope preset.
Everything was extensively tweaked and mixed in Logic X. Kaleidoscope is the ultimate sound-design tool and creative effects toy! It is an entirely new class of visual audio effects processors and is one of the most unique generative signal processing tools to come to market in recent history.
Technically speaking, Kaleidoscope is a massively parallel bank of physically modeled resonators that can be tuned completely arbitrarily with scientific precision and dynamically modulated over time by over two million points of automation. In simplistic terms, Kaleidoscope uses pictures to control sound!
Kaleidoscope is both an effects processor as well as a content generator, meaning that it is possible to synthesize completely new sounds without any input sound or MIDI performance data as well as to transform incoming audio signals in other-worldly manners.
Music is organized sound. The organization occurs in time and frequency. Kaleidoscope is a tool that offers ultimate control over musical organization in both of these domains and adds a third axis of creative control we like to call Spatial Choreography.
It is designed with one goal in mind: Some of its most common applications are: Andreas Sans - Kaleidoscope Funk Getting into the deep end of things: Kaleidoscope fed into another Kaleidoscope This sound is entirely Kaleidoscope and nothing else.
The first instance creates the musical phrase -- the rhythmic ostinato thing. The Output modulation produces shifting variations in it over 32 measures The sound is generated entirely by this first instance -- there is no input signal. The second instance provides morphing delay-based effects.
Here use different delay lengths! The delays are tuned the same key as musical phase, but down several octaves The low harmonics remain in perceptual delay territory i. The higher harmonics get into the audio rate range and produce additional resonance FX in-tune with the music.
The middle-ground between these ranges produces something sounding like a spring reverb Each delay also has its own independent damping filter with a different freq for each.
Two Mod Images are used. The Output mod gives smoothly shifting variations again with a period of 9 measuresSound is transmitted through vibration speakers attached to the bottom of the sculpture.5 In the context of composed contemporary music, the piece ‘Stern’ for electric violin and grand piano by Austrian composer Karlheinz Essl6 features an exciter inside the piano.!
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Each style of instrument has its own sound quality and is associated with particular forms of music.  The group landed in the U.S. on January 2, in New York City, and played in Bostonand New York to wildly enthusiastic crowds.
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