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This is an extension of two previous posts earlier this year by Jack Hertz and myself. Jack's was "I bought a Looper" and mine was "Anybody Like To Fripp Out?"
Anyhow I've owned my Loopers for a while nothing new to report or geek out over but music. Why make this post? I thought maybe all of you out there that use loopers or create looping music might wanna create a track or two. Below are two recent examples of me using my Digitech Jamman and Line 6 POD HD to Loop out with. I originally attempted a multi camera angle presentation even though my feet switching overdub in/out is not that exciting. I figured I throw in some video montage of ideas I'm crossing through.
Anyhow here is some new music warts and all.It does have a theme that revolves around the word Empathy. I didn't want to edit and re-edit the hell out of everything like "we" do when we create new projects. It kinda ruins the music and ruins the spontaneity of it all. Never the less I spent more time working the audio and video to what I deem acceptable but its always going to be better with time spent but time is short and running out.....
The first piece is called "The Way Through IS...."
The second piece is called "Myopic Empathy" and was done about 10 days ago and was separate from the original idea or perhaps a side kick to the Looping post.
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this is the first part almost completed of a much longer song being worked on by us right now..hope you all enjoy
instruments in this song so far are, percussion, bass, organ, qanun, flute, and an E-Bow guitar track
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here is the first full song using just an E-Bow, on the guitar run through Midi-Guitar with several garritan orchestra patches using a glass slide..
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in a bit i will also try out this E-Bow using Midi Guitar. that way i can run any vst instrument using my guitar with the E-Bow...lots of fun for sure..definitely worth the $150 i paid for it..
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Here as a "first look", is a soundscape video from early last December when I was still finding my footing, so to speak. Hope you find it interesting! I tend to use a single loop for the video body past the title cards, so as not to distract too much from the audio, rather than to create a "music video" styled release.
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Here is one for TBT. The original cover art for my cassette tape release "Poiintillism" In the 80s, anything made on a computer was close to a miracle. I played up the pixel look to support the album title. Another thing to note is the complete list of gear used to make the album.
The album has since been remastered and released online. You can download it here:
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here is our full collection of all our ambient music..226 songs all together..like 18 hours of music..hope you guys enjoy...
edit: hmm weird..it is not showing all the songs in the set..just the first one...am i doing something wrong?
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Crows In The Garden returns to Aural Films with a new album titled, "Different Sides." Russian artist, Kirill Makushin, presents a beautiful new album that was created almost entirely on accordion, and a bit of harmonica. The music that reflects on urban scenes, evoke harmonic paintings that are both haunting and enchanting. The album will be available Monday July 7, 2014. Download this album now at auralfilms.bandcamp.com/album/different-sides
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Aural Films presents "Fog Music." A series of recordings inspired by the weather condition known as fog. Light and dark, wet and dry, this invasive event is a great source of inspiration for sound artists from around the world. This project seeks to publish 24 hours of these recordings as an on-going series for all to hear and enjoy. Fog Music 4 by Scott Lawlor will be available Monday July 7, 2014. Download the album now at auralfilms.bandcamp.com/album/fog-music-4
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