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Old 12-22-2016, 07:05 AM
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Nice. I'm stealing that.
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Love it, Bob! Of course, we need to hear it, and know everything about how this feat was achieved!

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You'll have to ask the guys at Audio Animals in London! I just borrowed their graphic.

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Love it, Bob! Of course, we need to hear it, and know everything about how this feat was achieved!

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I'll take a stab it from a very general logistics of DAW mixing standpoint an how I would do it .
I looks to have been made in Pro Tools where can you select different track colors and have the clips (showing sound waves match the track color)
I do not know what the sound is but the tree shape is an even fade in level of an audio track ( either natural or automated ) the stand and star are simply two more wave form clips from two other tracks of different colors -red and yellow, which have been cut and then pasted or dragged into place on the green track.
I agree it would be fun to hear it though, but just imagine it is a great acoustic guitar hammer on, on the low E for the stand.... then a 4 string/chord strum, for the tree...... and nice clean pull off on the high E, for the star. Of last three the ending notes of "little Drummer Boy" how's that sound ?
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Old 12-24-2016, 01:03 PM
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Being realistic, it looks more like someone using his mouth to imitate flatulence with a fadeout.

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Now if we compress the heck out of it, the track will begin to look less like a Christmas tree and more like a rough-edged Doric column, right?
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