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Two guitar tracks, bass track, and vocal track. And stuff.
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fretless guitar and effects recorded live in one take.
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Prophet 12 desk module, Brazille VST, session drummer VST
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all guitar (except percs) one way or another "I think our whole society is run by insane people, for insane objects, for insane objectives," Lennon once said.
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vocals + effects, Bass + effects
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In this one, also created for Sound-In 18-22/9/2019, both the rhythmic and melodic content seem to be irregular. Like the other two pieces recorded today, this was also taken directly from the Roland SE-02 with no intervention on my part in any way.
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Less grungy and somewhat more funky version of "She Comes..." by way of considerable filtering. Created for Sound-In for 18-22/9/2019.
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Roland SE-02 pattern that is rhythmic but with an irregular melodic element. Created for Sound-In for 18-22/9/2019.
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Mashing Benjamin Smith's Piano work Shane Cadman's strings and with Kävin Allenson's I reversed climate collapse and lengthened it by 1.5x in paul stretch effect. Mash for the sound in group this weekend. sept 18-22 2019
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In this one, also created for Sound-In 18-22/9/2019, both the rhythmic and melodic content seem to be irregular. Like the other two pieces recorded today, this was also taken directly from the Roland SE-02 with no intervention on my part in any way.
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Less grungy and somewhat more funky version of "She Comes..." by way of considerable filtering. Created for Sound-In for 18-22/9/2019.
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Roland SE-02 pattern that is rhythmic but with an irregular melodic element. Created for Sound-In for 18-22/9/2019.
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Two guitar tracks, bass track, and vocal track. And stuff.
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newbold said

ok was that a physical change to your voice or by electrons the higher chipmunk like voice?

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Prophet 12 desk module, Brazille VST, session drummer VST
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Brett Warren said

This has an interesting, kind of uneasy, but relaxing dissonance to it. Reminds me of something I can’t quite put my finger on, but I like it. Like a dreamy castle from some videogame or something.

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newbold said

this is so so well played I like it.

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Prophet 12 desk module, Brazille VST, session drummer VST
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Fassbender

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all guitar (except percs) one way or another "I think our whole society is run by insane people, for insane objects, for insane objectives," Lennon once said.
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Funky crazy people.

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The question of how microtonality is perceived and why is a hotly debated one. There seems to be, in general, but not in all cases, shared intervals around the world, like the 5th. However non-western cultures use, in general, microtonal tunings. 12 equal notes to an octave is a relatively recent invention in the west. 300 years ago it was common for what would be now called a microtonal tuning to be in common, everyday use. As best as can be determined the push for 12 equal was all about changing keys in a single piece of music. If you take the tuning of the middle ages, Pythagorean, you find you can’t play in any key despite having 12 notes because the intervals between the notes are not equally spaced. As a result when you take a pure chord and move it up or down the octave with the same distance between the notes it could become something hideous. 12 Equal solves that problem at the expense of detuning all notes, some more than others.

from I think it would be a good idea. Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization, AQ

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