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Making of Friction world (Behind the scenes)

Listen to our song "Friction world" available here!

This is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of our song Friction world. The song is part of a movie soundtrack we have been working on.

We talk about how we are transforming a simple loop called 'Slippery Friction' into a full-blown soundtrack. We talk about how we utilized Ubuntu Studio, Ardour, and GitHub to collaborate remotely and create a diverse array of musical styles that led to an opportunity to score a Creative Commons film.

Soundcards we use in our studio setup:

We came up with a method to record music remotely

During the pandemic, we came up with a way to record music remotely using Ubuntu Studio as our production suite, Ardour as our recording Daw, and GitHub to share these full sessions and recordings with each other online through this sharing service.

We started out sharing music loop ideas with each other

We started out testing this idea by creating loops, and each one of these loops was based on one song idea, called "Slippery friction" and each loop we created from that original loop was in a different musical style that we would share with each other.

So by the end of this whole session, testing loops and sharing them with each other and collaborating online, we had 14 different music loops that were all in completely different styles.

We got the opportunity to turn our song loop ideas into a movie soundtrack

And while we were working on that song, we got an opportunity to make music for a film soundtrack. And that's when we realized that these different themed loops that we had all in different music genres, would be perfect for this film project.


Our latest song

Lorenzo's Music "So long" is available now! - listen anywhere you stream music Click here to listen

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This work by Lorenzo's Music is licensed under creative commons CC BY-SA 4.0