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October 08, 2012


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He and his bud were working in iZotope Iris for a few shots of B-roll. Which makes me think it would a good app for isolating parts of a given ambient track then exporting the bits in to 'Scape' and ascribing the programming functions to the symbols, etc. --
A little like if you could semi-randomly mix a set of clips in session view in Ableton and then integrate with a visual mapping system. Hmmm could use Resolume as the visual link... think I'll play with that idea. love your blog.

Mark Mosher

Hey Dan,

Yeah, I've been using iZotope IRIS then bringing those samples back into Ableton Sampler and Alchemy. I've also been working towards integrating all this with Resolume so funny you mentioned that. Oh, and re. Modulate This! - Thanks!


Mark Mosher

@lux_seeker, let me know how you like Eno's Space app.

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