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Creativity when Creating Music Scores

Posted on | March 20, 2006 | 1 Comment

Something I’ve having fun with just now when working on the preliminary title of 52 Minutes of Nonsense is to create various melody loops and other primitive parts in the palette that will ultimately become the parts of the whole.

As such, I like also giving the loops odd and strange names, so the synthesis when using them together will build something unexpected. We are dealing with a composition that should be unexpected, indeed.

So what kinds of loop names do we have so far?

Church Bells in Space, Anti-Matter Saw, Electronic Bamboo, Hush hush synth, Crazy FM Radio, Old Rubber Tire World, Bali Space Suits, Gnome Orchestra on Ice, The Happy Pattern, LP Music in a Can…


One Response to “Creativity when Creating Music Scores”

  1. Jonas R
    March 28th, 2006 @ 5:40 AM

    Whoa! trippy :D

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