I thought a French title would give this video some class. From the description...
More fun with multiple layering and various blend modes on the visual side. On the audio side I used Waldorf Nave exclusively. I collected 30 second audio clips from the Nave presets. I dropped these clips into Multitrack DAW at the rate of about 6 audio tracks per project. Then I edited these six tracks looking for two or three tracks that played nice together. I added WiderTouch, Crystalline, and/or AD380 as additional effects. I then exported these two or three tracks into LumaFusion. There are about 20 different audio clips in the LumaFusion project.
After positioning these audio tracks with the video, I was surprised at the auditory allusions that resulted. Your experience may be different but what I heard, in no particular order, was beach waves, washing machines, Geiger counters, analog radio tuning, shortwave radio, phone ringing, bird wings flapping, crickets, public address systems, jew’s harp, foghorn, didgeridoo, wind, wind chimes, and helicopter blades. Truly a mixture of biological and mechanical sounds for a Univers Biomecanique.
Earbuds don’t do the audio track justice - I highly recommended some headphones to pick up the deep, pulsing bass.
I hope you enjoy watching and listening!