Since submitting my Water Triptych, I decided to turn my attention to another of the classical elements: fire.
Using the stereo capsule on a Zoom H5, I made two field recordings of a small garden bonfire, one from about two metres away and the other as close as I could stand without burning myself. The gentle cracking of the fire became this instrument’s sustain and the snaps and pops became the attack. Try turning ‘length’ right down and ‘intensity’ all the way up for little explosions at your fingertips!
The modwheel controls intensity and optionally colour.
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The song of fire
It's perfect for background texture. All those sparkles, the birds song and the main note like a soft flute or organ make it very inspiring. It sounds very woody and could be taken from the amazonian Forest. Gui is beautiful and there is a lot of control on the different layers.