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whiskers

Perpetual student
I was thinking maybe something more like tempo-synced swells and waves (sustains and pulses), perhaps with an evo-like grid to score on the fly. But whatever it is, it sounds great.
Yep, agree on that. IDK for how useful that would be though
 

MauroPantin

New Member
Each of these first two videos are the two first Kepler laws of planetary motion. So there's gonna be a third.

1- All planets move about the Sun in elliptical orbits, having the Sun as one of the foci (F1).
2- A radius vector joining any planet to the Sun sweeps out equal areas in equal lengths of time.
3- The squares of the sidereal periods of the planets are directly proportional to the cubes of their mean distances from the Sun.

Since they are referrencing laws of planetary motion this probably has something to do with orbits, which are periodic. So... Sounds arranged in some form of periodic way? Rather than EVOs which are a straight line forward, these would be a circle? My guess anyway...
 

ism

Senior Member
I was thinking maybe something more like tempo-synced swells and waves (sustains and pulses), perhaps with an evo-like grid to score on the fly. But whatever it is, it sounds great.
Yes, something that takes the experience of the rhythmic Evo (evo 3?) and filters it through the success of the OACE waves (which turned out to more practical in their realization than you might have thought, doubtlessly having learned from previous evos) seems kind of an obvious next step now that you mention it.

I find Evo 3, kind of fun, but in practice much more niche than I would have thought. Whereas the waves are much more all purpose (seriously, there’s almost nowhere I wouldn’t use them, though maybe that’s just me). The ‘pendulum swings’ of time Macro while they make for a nice high concept demo, are also a little too, I don’t know, ‘high concept’ or some something, to be all that useful in practice.
 

StillLife

Senior Member
I think it is something big, more than 'another' evo or an Edna cartridge. They have a special event on 23 may scheduled to unveil it. That's not for every library, I think? Only for the big ones (Tundra, Hans Zimmer Strings, if I recall correctly).
 

James H

01001000 01101001
I was thinking maybe something more like tempo-synced swells and waves (sustains and pulses), perhaps with an evo-like grid to score on the fly. But whatever it is, it sounds great.
Yeah I agree, sounds lovely especially that second pass of Law Two.
I was even trying to mix the 2 videos and it sound great having them slightly off.
 

smallberries

member at small
Interesting how the elliptic movement speed of the planets correspond to those swells... a hint to controllable swells as someone else was predicting before ?
I'm thinking this is more a demonstration of how humans will find sync between audio and visual, whether it's there or not...
 

Soundhound

Senior Member
Law 3 is reminding me of the Waves Brauer Motion plugin. Maybe here with multiple source material, each moving at different speeds, something like that...