Éclat: Part 31

Avatar eclatcrew | October 29, 2019

Have you heard of Wendy Carlos? She is one of the most important synth pioneers in history, having helped with the development of the Moog synthesizer, and having composed the album 'Switched on Bach', as well as the scores to 'A Clockwork Orange', 'The Shining', and 'Tron'. We've taken the audio from the wonderful interview with her above, and we're going to use it to make our own tracks!

Sample bits from the interview, from the synths she plays, or anything you like, to make your own track.

Download the audio from the Youtube video here.

Find more wonderful artist documentaries right here!

Here's what we made!

And check out more tips on manipulating samples here:

Chopping Samples in Ableton with Underbelly
Chopping Samples with Ableton Simpler
How To Create & Process A Kick Drum From Any Sound
Novation // Start Making – House
Creating a Kick Drum from Scratch (Logic Pro X)
Advanced Sample Flipping with Andrew Huang
Creative ways of using Loops & Samples in your productions
Logic: Chop and Reinvent Loops in the EXS 24
Ableton: Making Vocal Chops
Ableton: Adjust Pitch in Simpler using Pitch Envelope
Drum Hacks from Maike Watson
How to make a Vocal Chop track
Ableton: Make your samples sustain in Sampler
Bwana: Creative Ways of using Vocals
Novation // Start Making – Techno
Bitwig: Creative Ways of Manipulating Audio
Ableton: Using Reslicing as a Creative Sampling Tool
Bwana: Sampling from Youtube
Logic: Sampling in Logic with “How to sample like Kanye West”
Ableton: 10 Tips To Help You Master Live’s Drum Rack

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