NARRATIVE

by FLIPTRACY

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This is a collection of original compositions that were written and recorded for use the in 2011 BFY Productions® film DEFY, and are also released as this soundtrack/score album titled "Narrative". Each one of these recordings was produced with a film/multimedia application in-mind, and were essentially arranged as individual scores for visual scenes. These tracks seem to morph their character upon multiple listens, and most likely that effect amplifies as they're applied to film scenes. The main production technique was to layer and arrange/chop various patches and instrument sequences, primarily with the SP-404 sampler and MMT sequencer, and then 'ride the faders' on the Tascam to blend an atmosphere from the sounds. One approach was layering and sequencing patches on the Roland D2 and then sampling the output. Another was to max-out the polyphony on the Microkorg using the MMT sequencer, and come up with some interesting patterns that 'cut out' sounds due to the low number of notes that it can handle. There were all kinds of different button-pushing-syncing-sampling approaches on "Narrative", and I think that it ended up being a unique soundtrack project.

Created With:
Korg ER-1 Drum Synth, Korg EA-1 Synth, Boss SP-303 Sampler, Roland SP-404 Sampler, Roland D2 Synth/Drum Machine, Boss DR-670 Drum Machine, Yamaha S-03 Synth, Yamaha P-120 Piano, Microkorg Synth, Korg Kaossilator, Tascam 2488 Multitrack Recorder, Alesis MMT-8 Sequencer, M-Audio Axiom 25 Controller, Peavey PV-8 Mixer, Behringer T1952 Tube Composer, Behringer SU9920 Ultramizer, Tapco S-8 Monitors, Sony MDR-7506 Headphones.

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released June 29, 2011

www.fliptracy.com
written, produced, recorded, artwork: Josh Grzyb
FLIPTRACY Production Music

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FLIPTRACY Bellingham, Washington

FLIPTRACY Production Music

Josh Grzyb

Bellingham, WA USA

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