Danny J Lewis does a Deconstruction of the song, “It’s Alright.” In other words, he cleans up the distinctly grainy sounding bits of the song to make it sound better. The medium this deconstruction is done on is “Ableton Live.” By the end of the video, he has cleaned up and created a bluesy, jazz sound for the song. In his words, “all of these elements…just take him back to 1989.”
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Dennis FoleySeptember 4, 2019
Abstract Composition – Recording The Output Of A Live Synth Performance – YouTube
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