Not the best use of microtuning but had to try it

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2 weeks 3 days ago - 2 weeks 3 days ago #892 by jimhanks
from a question on Facebook, I had to try it
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2 weeks 1 day ago #895 by imoxplus
Hey Jim...very interesting tuning experiment....THANKS....

I did try to play it and indeed it did first shake my musical brain......but then I tried to play it such way that the different tuned notes blend better into each other in term of the "feeling" of the frequency and my brain started to shift into a different mode and started to travel (get into a flow)...

It is important to play each note long enough to give your brain the time to adapt... and then make each note speak by fluctuating gently your breath.

A trick is also to map with the pitch offset parameter to breath, this with a very little impact.. Doing this does make the notes "dance" a bit more around their detuned frequency and therefore provide more "magic" .

cheers..stay safe
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