A Day in the Studio Episode 1 | Maybe I should make a snare out if that glass I knocked over? This month I’m focusing on upgrading the studio and building my sound library. Learned from FLUME this week to grab as many unique samples as you can get so you have interesting sounds to inspire you. (EP link in bio)! ◻️◻️◻️Thanks for vibing 🤙🏻 - TRAVLLR
@eleventwelfth just released a song out of nowhere, just like the title. Two years ago, they properly introduced themselves with their music. One year ago, they finished what they’ve started. Two days ago, on December 11th 2017, once again, they won’t let this tradition dry. To commemorate the date that started it all, they would like to introduce you to their latest endeavour in their musical journey. This is something new for the band, and something new for you to listen to.
The song divided into four parts that consists “along with its consequences”, ”deeper into the depth”, “levitate” and “still a part of your home”. I can feel the improvement of Rona's vocal when he started sing in "along with its consequences" until the last part of the song, also the transition between the song is very very neat. Eargasm.
here’s a clip from something i put together this afternoon, the entirety of which can be found on my website, under “sounds,” titled “electroacoustic purrs.”
the video is from a 1947 film called “Private Life of a Cat” by Alexander Hammid and Maya Deren.
the audio was a study on a new small-scale setup i’m using, recorded in one take onto cassette. in playback, there were some imperfections translated into the audio. in listening (before i found the video), i thought they sounded like purrs, so how perfect (passing over the low-hanging pun) that i would find this video!