Well forgive for posting about Paulstretch here
but as an excuse Nanoloop was used as example.
Paulstretch have been out now for about three years and is one of those amazing softwares that is maybe made more amazing as it is for free.
If you never heard of it before or never tried it it is something that should be on your computer as it works really good and can do things that no other software that I know about can do-
It can stretch audio like nothing else-
it can stretch a second to lifetimes of listening!
It comes with a fair amount of different parameters to play with
even functions for binaural beats.
It got some attention some years ago when somebody took a Justin Bieber song
and stretched it out for an ambient half hour excursion-
now there is a crazy amounts of videos/music being Paulstretched-
here is one that caught my attention-
as strings are really nice for stretching as is choirs...
Also prepared some samples using a 12 second piece composed
and totally unmixed on Nanoloop,
then stretching it to 20 seconds- one minute- thirty minutes.
Remember all of this is unmixed and if you just apply a bit of mixing you have something really nice.
Almost couldn't resist to at least cut out some bottom end but was thinking it is nicer to hear everything unprocessed and you get the idea of where you can go from here.
Interview with the creator Paul Nasca:
Playstore link Nanoloop: