Another guitar synth doodle from time spent getting a setup on the computer I can use quickly. Again as played (along to a port ambience) with sound changes by expression and sustain pedals only routed to the background sound not the mellotron flute.
A release of all things. Not quite what I intended to get going again but it came to mind at the end of last year and hear it is, a critique of and plea to the bands that forsake Bandcamp without good reason.
The main track, Bandcamp (Come Back), turned out a bit long as the lyrics on the faster bit were meant to run together but proved confusing like that so I split them into two sections. Given the length I’ve also done the ‘radio edit’, Bandcamp (Slight Return), which omits part two.
The Streaming Suite Consists of:
1. Descent Into iTunes 2. The Third Circle Of Spotify 3. The Pandora Paradox 4. Bandcamp Regained
and is not at all a collection of oddments tenuously tacked together.
A submission to the Chords Of Orion Ambient Guitar Highlights series of video compilations. Probably should have practised a bit more before recording but why break the habit of a lifetime.
Contains nudity from the ankle down.
For Bill (2018-09-12)
And the YouTube spiel to save clicking through.
Having seen the call to guitars from Chords Of Orion I’ve knocked out a tune for #AmbientGuitarHighlights.
As the series I’m attempting to appear in has been quite generous in the application of the Ambient tag the fact that I’ve overplayed a bit will hopefully not be my undoing.
This was going to be backing for E-bow and what not but in the end I rather liked it as it stood. For anyone who follows Bill’s channel the choice of UD Stomp to base the sound around will come as no surprise but everything else was added on a whim.
It may all look a bit serious which is due to not being entirely decided on the structure of the tune before setting off and trying to remember when to wiggle the controller and volume pedals.
I’m going to claim the fluffs were in fact on purpose as they tended to produce the most interesting delay effects.
Whist taking photos of my new guitar it fell forward and landed on the edge of the nut causing a small crack and creating a buzz on the low E string. It would ultimately become a split so out with the baking soda and superglue.