Tone Matrix Composition

I recently stumbled upon a Flash instrument called Tone Matrix created by Andre Michelle. This is a slick little sine wave synthesizer triggered by a simple sixteen step sequencer. After goofing around with it for a half hour I decided to record some of what I was doing. So, here is a little ditty called “Faded Diary” inspired by Tone Matrix. The main morphing pattern in this composition is the piece that I recorded from my Tone Matrix session. The rest is an assemblage of synth, fretless bass guitar, and lots of little programmed bits. Check out Audio Tool too. Fun Stuff!

Faded Diary


5 thoughts on “Tone Matrix Composition

  1. Thanks a lot for sharing this, it’s really fun! It’s very easy to get great little sequences out of this!

  2. Nice one, Nils. Andre’s stuff is amazing. I had the pleasure of seeing him speak for the last couple of years at Flashbelt and meeting him a few times at the after parties. You might remember meeting him at a couple of our Keston and Westdal performances there as well.

  3. i’m a consistent non-commenter and appreciator of your work but, for some reason, this particular piece really affected me, especially considering it’s origins. Thank you.

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