Canis at Wooji Juice posted an interesting demo, embedded below, that highlights how you can use Grain Science to turn just about anything into a synth patch:
Recently, I posted a new Grain Science demo track to SoundCloud. It’s just a series of experiments, but quite a few people found it interesting because it demonstrates a side to Grain Science that maybe not everyone is aware of: the ability to bring to life the awesome synth instruments that are lurking in the everyday sounds all around you.
Here’s the audio demo:
All the sounds in this demo were created from four short recordings:
- a glass being struck;
- a coin being spun and dropped;
- a short whistling sample; and
- a tiny bit of beatboxing.
Any readers using Grain Science like this?