Short loops of voice, synth and recorded ice cubes. a contact mic on the glass, along with a portable field-recorder at a distance captured different sonic aspects of the ice, namely the resonance in the glass and room, and the interaction with the glass as a surface. the contact mic recordings, the dirtier of cube sounds, were processed with notch filters. Slight panning was introduced along with additional EQing of the master track.
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