Like the final crumpet of the packet being placed in the toaster and subsequently devoured, CreativePact 2016 has concluded (for the record, there is no significance behind the crumpet metaphor, I was just thinking about breakfast). I decided to go easy on myself and create a string part using one of Live's instruments.
"But wait Adam. What about Push's ribbon controller?" I hear you ask. It's true, I have basically neglected this really useful feature of Push – it is something I miss when using Maschine also, and wish somebody out there made a standalone pitchbend/mod wheel combo. (Wait, didn't I already request such a thing back in 2014?)
Dreaming aside, I did utilise the Push's ribbon this time, doing some pitch slides and, benefitting from the actual lack of a wheel, pitch taps (check out the mean automation in the picture below). Notably, considering my status as a recently-confirmed Soundtoys fan boy, I also used only Live effects this time round.
So there we have it. 31 days, 4 solid ideas, 2 potential starting points, 1 linker and a couple of experimental write-offs. Not bad stats for a Pact. I'll come back to epilogue this epic journey at a quieter time. Until then I leave you with the most annoying sound in the world.