Sounds from the Kitchen
I decided to sample one of my coffee mugs when, accidentally, I hit its internal side wall with a teaspoon, whilst stirring coffee. The sound it produced really went straight into my hear, and I said to myself “I have to sample that, and make an instrument out of it!”. The milk pitcher was not accidental, instead, I just decided to try and bang it with a teaspoon, and see how it would sound. Of course, the experiment was successful and so I decided I would add it to the collection.
The coffee mug was sampled as described above, though water was used to fill the mug, and not coffee. The end result is no different. The milk pitcher was filled with water and was sampled by hitting it from the outside with a teaspoon. The pads are made by picking one of the original samples and stretching it long enough. The wobbling effect comes from setting certain options in one of ProTools’ Elastic Audio algorithms.
“Sounds from the Kitchen” is meant to be a collection of sampled kitchen items, and turned into playable instruments (one shots, pads, etc.)
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