Would help if I had the sound on! Interesting :O
And a successful experiment at that. Mouth noises with delay added?
Thanks Lily.Yes, Dominic, got it in one - surprisingly difficult to keep up the popping for any length of time.Thanks to you for the introduction to sound cloud too
What made you think of doing this (I wish I had) I think you should progress to the cheek pop then over lay the two tracks.Your mouth noises reminded me of popcorn!
Dear Niamh: Is it popcorn yet. Reminds me of the song "Popcorn"! Love it! Yummmmy. What exactly is the sound? Purely synthesizer or real sound? Yes, interesting indeedy!
Gwei, not sure I'm ready for the cheek pop yet, it's a big step, we'll have to see what happens. I did this because it's the least cringeful noise I can make and record. Ie least identifiable as me. More experiments to followThanks Chicco, we made popcorn at home the other day, so perhaps that has some influence. It's my own sounds, four tracks of it.
We were all on standby for your vocal debut! Small ones a tad confused.I, however, laughed.
Be careful with the popping -You know what they say - if the wind changes you'll stay that way... Though it would be a real crowd puller at the poetry readings Looking forward to the sequel!
Aw Titus, apologies to the small ones, glad you enjoyedThanks Words. It's really a difficult one to perform live, maybe I'll just bring the laptop along sometime.
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