This is a little vague. I don’t hear any "bleeps" (define "bleeps") – I hear a Fender Rhodes -ish chord/pad and some drums/glitches.
Thanks for responding noob_meister.
Sorry about the vagueness, but i ment the drum/glitch sound.
I don’t know, try loading a synthetic drumloop into groove~ and setting a loop size around 30 – 80 ms and raise the signal value > 1.
i’d do it with oscillators, distortion maybe, highpasses, and i think compression or at least envelope shaping is quite important to make these sounds kick in a bit.. maybe some short envelopes doing stuff during the first 20 ms of a sound to make it punchier..
just some ideas, good luck
vagueness is good for creativity.
so someone make him a bleep/drum/glitch sound!
or something similar, like … a violin.
or a painting of an haystack in front of a violin.
an alien haystack full of bleeps and glitches.
creativity is good for vagueness.
c’est un vague extraordinaire. bleep! splash!
Nice one Roman.
@ woyteg. I gave a simple answer quickly; you gave a detailed answer quickly. Despite his vagueness.
Thank you all for the pointers! And sharing some of my vagueness ;)
We’d like to see your results when ur done
I’ll give it a try and let all of you see the result.