Jorchime

The Audio Workshop
Transient split with VolumeShaper
2023-11-23
2023-11-23

Can we use Cableguys VolumeShaper and its transient detection together with REAPERs routing capabilities to split a signal into transient and sustain sections? Yes we can! This is a another transient shaper on steroids!

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Amplitude split with REAPER 7 FX Containers
2023-11-10
2023-11-10

Can we use REAPERs routing capabilities to split a signal by amplitude? Yes we can! In fact, REAPER 7s new FX Containers make this even more convenient. This is a transient shaper on steroids!

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First Three Eurorack Modules and Reaktor
2020-09-25
2020-09-25

What are the first modules to get, when starting with Eurorack? I am trying to answer that question for myself and look into digital alternatives in Reaktor.

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First Thoughts on Online Collaboration 2020-08-28

If you are a musician in 2020, chances are you want to collaborate remotely with others. With this post, I am trying to set up a workflow that makes 100% remote collaboration a bit more fruitful.

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Song Analysis: Quester 2020-09-04

In the IndieMusicFeedback genrespin game you spin a wheel, get a genre, and try your best to produce a new song of that genre. The last time I played, I rolled Synthrock. Without knowing too much about the genre, I went and made a bass-heavy rock ballad with all but perfect vocals. This is a good time to take a close look at the production and see what I want to do better with my next song.

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Compounding Growth in Pet-Projects 2020-08-21

Compounding, as in accumulated and accelerated growth – similar to compound interest. Can this concept be transferred to music production and coding? In this post, I want to approach this idea to learn if it can be useful to do more and plan less.

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Introduction to Jorchime 2020-08-14

At the foot of the Jura mountains, I was thinking a lot about how things sound. I am a Software Developer, Physicist and Musician and will probably always go between these fields. But this also leads to ever-changing pet projects and I felt a need for cohesion and convergence between them. This is why I decided to look for an umbrella that groups all of these projects together, such that every new project finds a place under it.

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