64 tracks by kirklynch

Last of the archives for now. A set of reels from the Last Nights Fun album. I did pipes, whistle and guitar on the last tune in the set. There's a live version of this up here too. This is the studio cut
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Also from the "Last Nights Fun" album. This tune was written by Mike Dugger who played mando and fiddle. I think we did a really nice job of arranging this tune in retrospect. Roger Landes on guitar in the first half. I think I did the bouzouki…
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Title track from the Scartaglen album of the same name. There is also a live version of this up here. Oddly enough the live version of the set actually has the tune called Last Nights Fun, but for some reason we couldn't get that to work in the…read more
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More from the way back machine. A set of polkas from the 1992 Scartaglen album "Last Nights Fun". Former band mate Mike Dugger wrote the first 2 tunes and I can't remember where we got the last tune. There is a live version of this up here. This…read more
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More from the archives. This was the opening cut on Scartaglen's 1986 album "The Middle Path". A double jig, a slip jig, and 2 reels. I played bouzouki and Uilleann pipes on this cut
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Archival stuff from the 1986 Scaraglen album "the Middle Path". A friend recently asked me about it and I got around to getting some of it in digital form finally. I played whistle on this set, which are tunes we learned from some County Kerry…
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Something that I intend to develop more at some point, but was going through things from a month or so ago and kind of liked this little version
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This is a snippet of acoustic guitar recorded a year or so ago which was already loaded with effects. I ran that through paulstretch and came up with this. It created almost orchestral or choral sounds in places.
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More searching for new sounds. Same setup as the last one. Experimented a bit with paulstretch on the fadeout
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Searching for new sounds. The Goodall, Boss OC3,DL4 and stereo Jamman
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Recently picked up an old Ovation 12 string for cheap and also the newer Boss octave pedal, so I had to do something with the new toys
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This is a Phil Keaggy tune. I swiped his original loop and then built my own thing on top of it. Might have been longer, but my volume swell effect keeps slipping out of sync with everything else. May work on it more at a later date
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What can I say? I just always feel this way this time of year. Done with the Goodall fitted with a Sunrise pickup and the usual toys and loopers.
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Just an experiment from a while back using multiple delay units. I hated it initially, but after not hearing it for a few months I decided there were enough interesting moments to warrant sharing.
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Quick recording of a new set of pipes I'm working on. Long winded explanation- prior to the late 19nth century most Irish pipes featured very small bores and finger holes and were pitched well below modern concert pitch. I've always loved them…read more
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More ambient experimentation with my fretless guitar and Roland GR20. This time I used some sounds from the magnetic pickups as well as the midi pickup. Kind of a cheesy synth patch I know, but it was working for me!
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A bit of improv done yesterday with my newly refurbished fretless guitar. Finally got the midi pickup to track almost right! Part of the sounds were gotten by rubbing a teaspoon on the strings.
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I'm calling this my Halloween track, but really it's just one of my more noisy experiments that I never intended to release! I actually can't remember now how I got part of these sounds, but it's all the Taylor and a floor full of toys, and a…
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Maybe I missed a career scoring for no budget spaghetti westerns, because this is what this reminds me of. Done live a couple weeks ago with the Taylor and a floor full of toys and loopers.
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Another Live performance with former band mates in Scartaglen back in 1988 on the NPR show Mountain Stage. This time a piece of Gaelic mouth music followed by 3 reels. Maybe the most complex arrangement of a set of tunes that we ever did.
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