Octatrack Metronome Only Warp Experiment Science Lab


#41

We can do it all together, our Octatrack modern version of Poème Symphonique For 100 Metronomes, mixing 100 versions with randow lfos !
At work ! :slight_smile:


#42

It deserves a topic ! “How to make a baryton sax with a metronome !”
Played with a keyboard ?
Settings !


#43

haha. I hope i saved it in that state, so I can look for the settings.
Played with OT chromatic mode.
I have to find space in my track now for the sax solo :wink:


#44

I’ll never buy a sample library again.
It all can be done with OT and it’s holy metronome :content:


#45

Unfortunately Metronomy as a band name is not available. :smile:
Stay synced and don’t loose the tempo !


#46

Otronome


#47

If I can recreate it, I can try to make a short tutorial :wink:

You have the flute. We need oboe and bassoon to complete our section


#48

Call it Metro-Gnome… You know, a gnome that lives in the city, so it plays electronic music… :smile:
Gnome sayin?

And loving your new saxamaphone…


#49

By the way this threads the best… It’s like a whole new genres evolving… :smile:


#50

The bari and the bass are killin’…
Oboe and Bassoon are one of my favorite reed pairings.
I’m learning a lot from this challenge. At its core, it’s taking me back to synthesis class’ sampler unit at uni.


#51

My attempt


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#52

Great work, soundings and musicaly! :thup:
I’ll listen to it more attentively later.
I think it is my favourite.


#53

So good, no one would ever guess that’s a metronome…
This metronome sh*ts just stupid good…
These are like full on tracks… :joy:

People seem to think they need gear? And samples? Hahaha
The OT is just so limited. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: it sucks…


#54

great stuff here.

I was trying some things out last night and very quickly got into a jam. Too bad I didn’t press record. It got wild.

This is fantastic practice exercise.


#55

Yeah, I know that I can do almost everything with it since the first Science lab I participated.
Still I spent almost 3000 Euro on Synths since then :wink:
There is just a lot of interesting, fun stuff out these days, it’s hard to resist.
But I could do most of what I do with only some samples, for sure :slight_smile:

Hardest thing for me here, was hihats and snare, cause the metronome contains no noise, or sibilants.
But the lofi got me covered


#56

Other workaround : select a “silent part” and normalize, or use compressor with max gain !

kind of white noise.


#57

creative tip! Thanks


#58

The untonal (?) is allowed too, no? I’ve been using that and yeah the noise for drums…

I was disappointed to learn that you couldn’t record the metronome. Seems like a missed opportunity on the marketing side…


#59

this is seriously amazing. on a loop here!


#60

Thanks guys!