MATRIXSYNTH: Ciat-Lonbarde STUBERBRO

Saturday, May 30, 2020

Ciat-Lonbarde STUBERBRO


Published on May 30, 2020 Peter B

tail/dubbing: olive grizzly marabou
shellback: antistatic "chips" mylar
hackle: hungarian partridge cape
wingcase: kapton tape
location: smith and bybee lakes

input sound: soft pop by PE/BASTL
connectors: banana and antistatic foam


"three guys vocal technique" is a formal extension of Beck's "multivoice." Consider trying it in your next project. The first guy is a normal announcer. The second is a weird or gruff voice, something to add texture. The final guy is secret, a whisper, something to add mystique.


Dudero Singing is related to "three guys," because it is a great way to inspire the weird guy. You take a synth like the stuber with rich inputs, and mangle it a little, and try to sing that. It can mangle lyrics and channel frustration into something mysteriously entertaining.

STUBERBRO 2

Published on May 30, 2020 Peter B

Thanks to Stu Mostofsky for being the original "Stu" in "Stuber!"
That was back in Baltimore. The brain scientist liked his eccentric synths, and svengali to the weirdo scene. Well I had this stereo filter, it was real wet, but we needed to add some Ciat to the Lonbarde, so it got the digital octave divider. The rest is history!
band: garage

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