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Genetics of Sound
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Genetics of Sound
Part 1: Introduction
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Is there a sensible analogy of Genetics and .... yes, and what? Spectral Analysis? ...... Granular Analysis?

Or am I dreaming of wizardry?

May I be right to say that the granular aspect deals with micromovements and micro-envelopes of all and every single partial or harmonic, deals with spectrum- and velocity-changes as a unit on a micro-timescale, whereas the aspect of additive synthesis works with fixed pictures of a special momentary soundspectrum?

How does a loop, a sample - after some kinds of genetic engineering - react on a macroscopical scale? Perhaps there is no audible difference between the original and the such manipulated sample containing now some foreign genes, but a remarkable difference, when looped and changed in a more conventional way with filters and other external effects?

Or perhaps -- all these questions are nothing else than complete nonsense.

So -- why should you listen to this here? Why am I producing clips like that one you are watching right now?

Well, its fascinating, it spurs my creativity, its inspiring, it may even lead to a better understanding of all kinds of sounds, or might help me to create not only uncommon sounds but also quite common ones more precisely and faster. And -- first of all -- its fun .... perhaps emanated from the crooked mind of a sound-junkie.

More is to follow.
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