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KVRAF
8268 posts since 6 Oct, 2004

Post Tue Nov 09, 2021 5:51 am

I ran one of my songs through the Acoufiend/with-reverb, that is pretty simple, just some pluks and turns, and the slightly adjusted 'Guitar Natural Feedback' preset responds like the recorder or panflute that was used in the old Jefferson Airplane tear-jerker, 'Comin' Back To Me'. I've noticed that type of woodwind sound in several other attempts, a very musical artifact!
Cheers

CafeInLove-Feedback.mp3.zip
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My instrumental music is now on Spotify and the other streaming sites that Distrokid supplies, search Franklin Cheney, the song titles and cover art might offer a content clue, peace, energy, romantic, fun etc
Cheers

KVRAF
8268 posts since 6 Oct, 2004

Post Sun Nov 14, 2021 12:51 pm

Likely most daws can do this, I used linux Reaper:
play a song from a media player to a daw track with
Acoufiend, followed by a favorite delay-reverb. I then use Reapers
file menu option to 'Save live output to disk (bounce)'

This records the feedback/effects, but without the song.

example:
plucked-by-mesons-feedback.mp3.zip

Add a drum machine, and plug in the axxx, there are worse ways
to get a new backing track :hyper:
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My instrumental music is now on Spotify and the other streaming sites that Distrokid supplies, search Franklin Cheney, the song titles and cover art might offer a content clue, peace, energy, romantic, fun etc
Cheers

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