Sound For Dali’s Melting Clocks

I created this track using Tiction (recently featured on CDM), an interesting piece of MIDI sequencing software created by Hans Kuder and developed in Processing. Tiction works by connecting nodes together to form loops. Each node has properties that can be adjusted like the number of “tics”. Dragging the nodes around the screen changes the pitch and volume of the nodes. I routed the MIDI output from Tiction into MDA’s DX10 while dragging and adjusting the nodes on the screen. After capturing the output I processed it through Pluggo’s Comber and a little bit of reverb. Here I have rendered the first fifty seconds as an excerpt for today’s sound.

Melting Clocks

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