Devise a short piece of music in celebration of the Galactic Tick.
Perfect excuse to play with the brilliant iPad app 'SpaceVibe,' which generates all the arpeggio orbits and low frequency hums. Layered an AniMoog and live guitar over it with a basic click beat created in Acid using samples.
In the context of physics, "coherence" happens when waves exhibit similar direction, amplitude and phase and thus can interfere (i.e. play nice) with each other.
Celebration of the galactic tick struck me as a (re)discovery of the coherence our lives have with the milky way. And here in the USA we could certainly use some coherence these days.
Synths (iPad): SpaceVibe through FluxFX via AudioBus. AniMoog.
Guitar: Jolie (Gibson ES335 DOT (1999))
Pedal Board: SmallSound/BigSound Sparkle Motion -> Lotus Pedal Snowjob -> tc electronic flashback delay (tape setting) -> Diamond Tremolo (chaotic saw/square) -> Strymon blueSky reverb -> Line6 Pod-XT (Vox AC-30 emulator)
DAW: MOTU 828mk2 -> Acid 7.0 (Win 8.1)
Master: Harrison MixBus (MacOS)
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The image associated with this project is borrowed from the website galactictick.com