And what’s more it’s a really cool reactive app as well, which makes it even more of an honor to be in the app. If you haven’t tried it, then you need to try it. What more can I say? Seriously, if you know and love RJDJ or the Inception app or that kind of thing, then you should give this a go. You won’t regret it one bit
Oh yeah, and if you hadn’t noticed, the preset name is AshPalm, for Ashley from PalmSounds.
I recorded these samples whilst watching / helping out at last year’s London to Brighton Vintage Car Rally. I made the rhythm track a while back and them it sat there for ages. Then last week a few ideas came together and this got made.
I hope you like it.
The sounds of the fruit and veg market. A little quiet today though.
Some more random sounds and recordings
As part of my ongoing experimenting with Android and Tasker I decided to see if I could get tasker to make a recording every morning at a specific time and then send me a text to confirm it was done.
Well of course tasker is more than up to this and this morning it worked relatively well although I’m having a few problems with getting the file to play now, but I’m sure that’s just teething troubles. Once I’ve got that sorted I’ll start to post the recordings.
Messing around with stuff is great fun, and if there’s an iOS app that is superb fun, then it’s Jasuto Pro Modular. I haven’t played with this app for ages, and so it’s great to get back into it and discover stuff that I’d started but not done anything with.
The patch, or sketch, or whatever the proper name is, that you can see above uses a sample file that was recorded using RJDJ on a journey home one day. The idea was to record a week of travel sounds using RJDJ and then create patches for it in apps like Jasuto Pro.
I must work out how to get the audio out on this track, but perhaps on another day.
This is quite an old clip that I thought I’d lost actually. It was from a festival in Brussells that I went to in 2009 I think. Good fun. The actual clip was from an installation in a park pond. Interesting to watch, although I couldn’t work out what exactly it was responding to.
I’m clearing out recordings from FIRe (my fav iPhone field recording app), so expect a bunch of recordings in the next few hours. Some of them are quite big though.
The sound reminded me of it so I recorded it.