A more refined version of "Hey 112 (Raw)".
The same tracks made with the Doepfer A-112 module are used (control voltages messing with 8-bit sampled synth loops): one synth, one clicky percussion plus a third, non-8 bit track made with the Reaktor Rhythmaker synth (all three are overlaid)
Made with the Doepfer A-112 module: control voltages messing with 8-bit sampled synth loops.
Two tracks were made independently--one synth, one clicky percussion--then overlaid.
This is supposed to be kind of funny.
Three .wav files were independently run through the Reaktor GrainStates effect plugin...
(update: where considerable time was spent setting parameters to find the best "clouds" of sounds from each file then creating sequences where these clouds could be "played" in a set order)*
...then layered together with some minor tweaks and additions such as reverb. Academic electronic music meets modern jazz - it's almost a parody of "free" style composition. (The ending, where it sounds like an orchestra tuning, is a GrainStates-ized Lazerbass solo, for the record.)
*update: parenthetical added because "run through the Reaktor GrainStates effect plugin" makes the process sound much more passive than it was. the machine does a lot of the work but the ear has to decide what's worth capturing