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the first multi track piece that I actually finished “in the box” in Cubase. An ambient kinda thing that grew out of playing around with the Line 6 DL4. Not sure I like the bow parts, but I may re do it later

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Movement To Contact said

Oh and the bow works just fine, i really dig it.

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Movement To Contact said

Stunning man....missed this.

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These Metal Days said

From a minimalistic beginning this grows into well orchestrated piece. I like it.

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eshar said

An excellent compilation of tunes Kirk, and not only enjoyed by me, but my son also enjoyed your music too. :)

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Welcome to Forever said

I got lost in the dreamy sonic landscape! Love it!

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Johnny Stone said

Super cool Kirk great beat

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iconoclast said

Kirk, I like how you make it up, ( the last three words would be italicised if I could) What I mean is, you pull these songs out of a moment. And get to go someplace new and different. Getting to go there vicariously we ride along. Those are the moments we who play,sing write live for: when we touch into the other places. I admire how you find your self there. Does your world around you get what you do? And, thanks for your comments. And and, yeah, I realized Underneath My Skin had about 30 seconds of silence magically appended to it. My computer has had a ghost in the machine ever since the dread virus/trojan horse of February trashed its way through it. It's healed, but still has nightmares I guess. I'm pushing Steve my collaborator to get together again for some real sessions, so we can finally finish that song, and figure out what to do with the really great stuff we weren't able to get to in the RPM.

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Tharek Ali Mokbul said

You Have Tapped into Something Special Here Mr Lynch....... Sublime..

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K. SCOT SPARKS 79+intercessions said

-nice; ...cinematic somehow, no? Thanks for listening to mine and for the comments; a good day to you!

Guest said

one cool groove. Low plucking guitar in time with ticking clock is sweet. You can tell an interesting story with your playing.

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eshar said

There is a real hypnotic quality to this track.

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Gilbert Neilson said

Glorious Music indeed!

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lam said

I wish I could make a kickbut western cowboy film, this song would go verywell with a showdown:)

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ic42 said

he is on the job. a dusty trail that leads to a million nowheres. somewhere out there, the hacker wreaks havoc on another outpost. he is on the trail. he is on the hunt. the hacker cannot escape this time. the cyber cowboy tilts his hat. he licks his lips. this one is coming down. it will be a good day. skillfully played cyber-western-electronica. 0x0

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glu said

yes, can face another day after coffee and lynch

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Gary Fox said

The varying parts in this are tasty. Is it e-bow by chance, or volume pedal? Or is it simply that you play the gtr far better than I could ever hope to? ;)

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Guest said

digital metronome noise kills me. it's sort of like a less irritating alarm clock, and if there is any single noise that totally destroys my happiness it's alarm clock buzzing. other than the metronome, though, this song is awesome. it's very unique, though i'm trying to pinpoint something it sounds similar to. i don't know if it's the reversed guitar that gives off a robert fripp vibe, or if i'm just projecting that because of your electric guitar jams cover. either way, i dig the music. i'm listening to 'sunday afternoon' now. you're an accomplished guitar player. i really love the subtlety and texture of the synth noise, or whatever is going on in the background. this is all great so far.

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mmi said

A thing of beauty. Especially the bow parts :-)

Guest said, Kirk; 'here to check your stuff more carefully now. Thanks, by the way, for checking out my stuff and for the comments; Bless your day.

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another cultural landslide said

Every time I listen to this, I fall in love with this track all over again! I hear so many different genres in the piece. I LOVE that kind of work!

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another cultural landslide said

Kirk, thank you so very much for your support! It means so much to us! I LOVE your work! wendy

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Mannequin Races said

For doing everything in the box this sounds great! I'm not sure if the metronome fits but that adds to the beauty of it. Really nice guitar work and I like how the song builds!

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Uncle said

Nice weave, here. I lost track of time with it!

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glu said

oh this is nice! I really like it as it builds from around 01:15....01:45..and then the melody at 02:00 is great

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Mr Sandbags said

Love the feel of this one.

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yelyah said

I really dig the vibe on this one and like the effects you chose for the guitars.

Guest said

Very cool song!

Guest said

Beautiful! Conjures up wonderful images of plotting an escape, but knowing all the while that the clock is ticking, and it's all just an illusion.

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childhoodsend said

Well I like it anyway!

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kavin. said

Rock on with that DL4 dude!

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dj num izisoundsystem said

lovely use of the metronome "repetative clicks", cool, soft guitars and air strings like the echo fade out really num

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another cultural landslide said

Kirk, I really like this - haunting...

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