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Cover art for cumulus frisbee's song: ubiquitous


cumulus frisbee


This is the first track off of my first LP "Hyperion" from 2020. The premise of the record was to sculpt a collection of songs where I focused on using vocal chops as both a lead and rhythmic element. In order to keep some sonic continuity throughout the record, every synth on here is from a single device using dozens and dozens of customized patches I made. This song is loaded with laser sounds, collaged vocal chops, jumpy basslines, and shakers I sculpted out of little salt packets. So much of this song is about making due with what you have. I had this one synth I really liked, a bunch of royalty free vocal samples, and a field recorder to make percs with stuff around my house. I loved the idea of seeing just how much stuff I could make with such a limited number of resources. You don't always need tons of equipment and plugins and such to make lots of music, sometimes maximizing what you already have yields the best results. Ideas are ubiquitous - you can find them anywhere at any time. There's a very limited amount of vinyl remaining for this album, and they include a folded 24" x 24" poster of the cover art. I will be sending a signed copy to the buyer of this song. Please contact me on twitter @cumulus_frisbee so I can get your contact info. I also designed the cover art, as I do for all of my releases.

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Date Pressed
March 14, 2022
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