SOUND FACTORY MASTER CLASSES
Audio Demonstrations by Colin Moore of some sounds designed by Ian Terry using Sound Factory
Harp arpeggio. There are actually two sounds, an ascending and a descending harp arpeggio of 9 notes each. One is in Upper Manual 1 and the other in Lower Manual 1. One finger of each hand was used to produce this demo. How this sound was made up will be revealed in a future Master Class
This is slightly different from the Wersi sound, with a built-
Acoustic Guitar Major 7 Arpeggio.
By holding down just the tonic note of the key, this is the result. It can be
done with any sound though percussive sounds like guitar and piano/harp work
best. Itís suitable for the end of a piece of music, when the final chord is
played by both hands and one finger from the left hand can reach to a tonic note
on the Upper Manual where this sound has been placed in a suitably set-
Sunrise Final Chord.
This is just the final C major chord of Sunrise from Also Sprach Zarathustra by
Richard Strauss. The chord is simply held for the duration, the sound design
providing the fade-
A mixed choir with slow bass entry and the volume of all parts controlled by
Wunder Bell. This provides a sound akin to one used by Klaus Wunderlich.
Timpani Roll and Timpani Roll + Cymbal Crash. There are many variations and extensions to these.
George Shearing -
Reiterating Xylophone -