Uncropped screenshot of Tracktion Waveform page. [Standard disclaimer: The Waveform DAW is used for editing and mixing on Ubuntu Studio; the tracks also incorporate sounds playing or triggered on other PCs and devices. This isn't a "score" so much as a form of notekeeping (I prefer these colored blocks, monotonous though they may be, to (a) the Soundcloud waveform with "this rocks"-level superimposed commentary or (b) YouTube demos showing dudes' hairy hands turning knobs.]
Tracks (Tracktion Waveform DAW on Windows 7 PC):
1.-2. A tuned percussion hit playing from a Eurorack module (I forget which one) is processed with a couple of types of delay. On Track 1 it's recorded dry and processed through Tracktion's "Tape Delay" plugin, which also adds hiss (hence the song's title). On Track 2 the delay FX are from a Eurorack module (I forget which one), recorded directly into Waveform with no DAW effects added.
3. Loop of Reaktor Memory Drum sequence
4. Loop of Reaktor Monark softsynth played with Reaktor Monoliner sequencer
5. Loop of ADDAC wav player module percussion processed through Reaktor Reflektor reverb plugin
6. Loop of ADDAC wav player module percussion with Eurorack (Doepfer) delay effect
7. Vocal sample processed with Qu-Bit Nebulae granular synthesis module
8. Vocal sample processed with Qu-Bit Nebulae granular synthesis module
9. Vocal sample processed with Qu-Bit Nebulae granular synthesis module
10. Loop of Doepfer mini-synth module played with Reaktor Monoliner sequencer
11. Reaktor Monark softsynth with Tracktion LFO modifier randomly turning the cutoff knob
12.-13 Renderings of Track 11.
14. Multisampler (Tracktion sample-player plugin) playing "house bass" hits