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#123071
Re:Interest in OT science lab...? 9 Years, 8 Months ago
Heh, thanks guys.

@JBUONACC: yes, i'll sort you one out. I'll upload the OT Set/Project too (though I assume that's the done thing with these Science Labs?)
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#123072
Boo
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Re:Interest in OT science lab...? 9 Years, 8 Months ago
No one's really definitively answered on the resampling thing. All I keep seeing is "I think X"

Well?
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#123074
Admin
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Re:Interest in OT science lab...? 9 Years, 8 Months ago
@ Kyroshift: Yes, you can use resampling, no external editing, effects, etc of any kinda. It all has to be down within the OT.
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#123082
Killer Beez
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Re:Interest in OT science lab...? 9 Years, 8 Months ago
Perhaps the Science Lab details should be moved from the 4'th page to the first page?

About resampling, perhaps we should have two categories? One for work done from just the raw original samples and one for work that includes any resampled material, which really would allow for netherworld explorations.?
I dunno, just ideas. So far I'm having a great time with just the original samples but layering and resampling would be fun too..
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#123113
Re:Interest in OT science lab...? 9 Years, 8 Months ago
re- sampling allowed!
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#123116
Hammer Bro
Posts: 619
Re:Interest in OT science lab...? 9 Years, 8 Months ago
Nils wrote:
neilbaldwin wrote:
Mercury Buns

Wow, nice work!!


Certainly is!

Neil, did you use resampling to create that?

Andy
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#123117
Re:Interest in OT science lab...? 9 Years, 8 Months ago
BobTheDog wrote:
Nils wrote:
neilbaldwin wrote:
Mercury Buns

Wow, nice work!!


Certainly is!

Neil, did you use resampling to create that?

Andy


Nope, no resampling at all. I think the Tracks are:

T1 = croaker
T2 = conga
T3 = spingle
T4 = conga
T5 = wavescan
T6 = 303 bite

1 64-step Pattern, no scenes, no cross-fading. Pretty much used all 3 LFOs on each Track and a liberal sprinkle of p-locking.

Because a few elements are controlled by RND LFOs and a few VERY slow ones, the Pattern is never the same twice. You can literally press Play and leave it looping (for ever!) and it will keep surprising you. That's exactly what I wanted to achieve - my idea was to see if OT itself could make a performance.

And some people complain that the OT is unusable
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#123118
Re:Interest in OT science lab...? 9 Years, 8 Months ago
neilbaldwin wrote:
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And some people complain that the OT is unusable


I know..............



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#123125
Killer Beez
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Re:Interest in OT science lab...? 9 Years, 8 Months ago
Total piece of junk. Really, what were those Elekton degenerates thinking? Yay, we can pitch shift samples. Isn't this 20011? lol

pps, will pay $500 cold hard cash for any unwanted Octatracks

(btw, I think this is going to be a groundbreaking showcasing of how versatile the OT actually is)
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#123154
Re:Interest in OT science lab...? 9 Years, 8 Months ago
Oh no

I've just realised the folly of being lazy and recording the OT straight into the input on my MacBook - all the bottom-end is totally lost.
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