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During our visit to Seattle’s Decibel Festival earlier this year, Dubspot curriculum director Chris Petti presented a workshop on sound design and music production using the sounds of common household objects like kitchen utensils and fruit…
‘Sound Design with Common Objects’ w/ Chris Petti
Earlier this year Dubspot partnered with Decibel Festival in Seattle to present a series of music production and DJ workshops at this year’s edition of the annual music, technology, and art event. During our visit, Dubspot curriculum director Chris Petti led a music production and sound design workshop, using Ableton Live and a Blue Snowball USB mic to sample and process sounds produced by various household objects including spoons, a fork, fruit, and other common items, showing the kinds of effects that can be made using these sounds as a starting point. Sampling sounds from your immediate environment like this is a great way to come up with fresh new ideas and directions.
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