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Toning the Chakras - Base to ...
by GeeArtriasRose
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Tue, Feb 17, 2015 @ 10:35 AM
permalink   Tue, Feb 17, 2015 @ 9:12 PM
Thank you so much for doing this!I was about to make the request in the forums.You did a fantastic job too! I had the idea of trying to get a bunch of people to do it and then make a virtual instrument with the results. (Where key switches could be used to switch between the vowels) Since you seem to really know what you are doing with this, I have a question. Would there be any benefit to layering the voices like this in a VST…or would something be lost in the resonance? Seemed like a cool idea for an instrument, but I was starting to think there was probably way more benefit in people just performing the mantras on their own…actually singing them. Is it worth trying to build the Kontakt instrument…or would it really be just more like a choir VST… probably sound cool, but not much of a Chakra balancing tool?
permalink   Jeris Tue, Feb 17, 2015 @ 9:18 PM
Similar to this: http://www.soniccouture.com...

The ‘Crowd-choir’ was an idea for a crowd-sourced sampled instrument, partly inspired by the 10cc track ‘I’m not in love’, which famously featured a vocal pad sound created by painstakingly over-dubbing a single vocal note over and over again.

We wondered if we could get hundreds of people all around the world to sing one note each from a 3 octave range - then layer these recordings in a sampler to create a unique vocal sound - a wash of different voices in different rooms in different countries.

Also, I thought it might help to spell out the words in your description:

Uh- (Cup)
Ooo- (Do)
Oh- (So)
Ah- (Saw)
I (Fly)
A- (Play)
Eee- (See)
Om- (Home)
permalink   GeeArtriasRose Wed, Feb 18, 2015 @ 9:24 AM
I think these are all fantastic ideas, Jeris! Yes, I think the sounds are of real value however they are mixed, multiple voices, same note with multiple voices, combination of all notes, etc. I am excited to see the different mixes people create! I will post the rest of my sounds, and yes will add the words to descriptions. Lots of fun!
permalink   Jeris Wed, Feb 18, 2015 @ 12:27 PM
Ok…I guess it has to be done then :)
permalink   Tue, Feb 17, 2015 @ 9:49 PM
I hope to do a take for you when I get back from the Open House in Utah this week. I’ll be recording stories of patients and doctors. I love this Gordon and can’t wait to hear your instrument Jeris!
permalink   GeeArtriasRose Wed, Feb 18, 2015 @ 9:29 AM
Excellent, I look forward to hearing what you make!