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Nuisance - Original song.

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Here is a song I wrote and recorded.

I used an Eric Johnson Fuzz Face for the lead guitar throughout most of the clip.
During the outro I used a GarageBand "distortion" for the lead tone.

 
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Another original song that I wrote and recorded.

This time using a Basic Audio Squarewave+ and an Ibanez Digital Delay II DDL-10.

 
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I like what your doing, specially in the second song it has a lot of interesting guitar lines in it.
 

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Here's a song I wrote and recorded, called Down Down Down.




For the rhythm and lead guitars I used a Barber Dual UnLimiTeD.
 
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Here is a song I wrote and recorded called Morning Comes Again.


Main guitar is a Seagull S6 acoustic.

The electric guitar is a Godin Session running into a Basic Audio Gnarly
fuzz with tremolo added in post.
 
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I coulda sworn I commented in this thread before... subscribed now.... keep em coming!

Thanks for listening, wrightdude!

If nothing else multi-track recording helps me flesh out and re-conceptualize
song structures. The results are a bit rough. But I'm trying to go for "feel"
more than anything else.
 

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Here is a song I recorded on a four-track recorder that used
cassette tapes. I recorded the this around 1995. At the time I
occasionally borrowed a friend's four-track.

 
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Here is a song I wrote. I used my Eric Johnson Fuzz Face into a Barber Dual UnLTD
on the lead guitar (Godin Session). There is a bit of tremolo on the lead guitar line.
I used the volume knob on my guitar to quiet down or fuzz up the various parts.
The rhythm guitar is a Seagull S6 cedar acoustic.

 
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I've been working on putting together a soundtrack for an animation that I made.
As part of that I've been experimenting with using the Montreal Assembly Count To Five
pedal to create textures and loops.

In this clip I was experimenting with running a phaser into the Mode1 pitch-shifted delays of the CT5.

 

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Finally finished the soundtrack for this animation, which I also made.

Pedals used: Montreal Assembly Count To Five (CT5), Boss RE-20 and
a very sparing use of the Basic Audio Gnarly fuzz.
 

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And... I just finished another animation.

Pedals used:
Basic Audio Fuzz Mutant
David Rolo Stamme[n]
Boss RE-20

 

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Here is a recording that I made around 1991-2.

This recording is sort of a sketchbook workout that I recorded in the thick of
writing the various parts to a song called "Soul Love" and then a snippet of a
song that I was working out called "Full Stop".

At the time I was borrowing a friend's Tascam 4-track recorder. I'd just plug in
my guitar and press record and try to fit the song parts together on the fly. At
various points one track would peter out while another track kept going and then
I'd start up again at a later date with another track in the blank spots. So there
are false-starts and one song blends into the next (Soul Love goes into Full Stop).

The other thing is that I no longer have access to the Tascam 4-track and so this
recording is just 2 of the 4 available tracks that I was able to transfer. The rest
are in reverse on the other side of the cassette tape.



[ @Phineas Ball This is the clip I was talking about in the Strictly Fuzz thread. The only "fuzz" is some preamp distortion at the tail end snippet of the song "Full Stop" at the end]
 
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