“Critters” — Experimental Looping Composition

Jim Dee
Jim Dee
Nov 21, 2017 · 1 min read
“dried bamboo sticks floats on water full of waterlily pods” by Sabine R on Unsplash

Another in an experimental iPad looping set. This one’s more of a trance-like reverie, entitled “Critters.” Prior to working this up as an iPad loop, I’d envisioned it as a never-ending repetitive progression, possibly realized on some bell-like instrument like a child’s piano. In any case, this loop was done on the iPad GarageBand app using the instruments: “Ethereal Rhythm,” “Whirly,” “Grand Piano,” “Hip Hop Drum Machine,” and the “Evolving Colors” synth. The public domain footage is from a 1952 short film called “Spring Comes to a Pond.”

✍🏻 Jim Dee maintains his personal blog, “Hawthorne Crow,” and a web design blog, “Web Designer | Web Developer Magazine.” He also contributes to various Medium.com publications. Find him at JPDbooks.com, his Amazon Author page, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Medium, or via email at Jim [at] ArrayWebDevelopment.com. His latest novel, CHROO, is available on Amazon.com. If you enjoy humorous literary tales, please grab a copy!

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