How did you tackle the project?
I started looking for different sound sources that I was able to transform into percussion. I prefer sounds that can be used as percussion but don't necessarily come from an existing percussion instrument or drums, in order to create a non-obvious percussion sound. In the end, I came up with samples where different things are done with both metal and plastic, which I shortened to form a more percussive sound. With these sound sources I made different rhythms, looking at which rhythms seemed to synchronize best with the individual parts of the fragment. In the end I decided to start with a specific rhythm and gradually add the other rhythms later on. After that, at quieter moments of the fragment, I added silences to the rhythms and created an atmosphere that amplifies the rhythms and the fragment.