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    Got the El Cap this past weekend. Here it's running before the Dig. The Cap is giving some texture with tape wear and wow and flutter repeats, and then the Dig opens things up (follow by the big sky for reverb).

    At the end it gets silly- I capture the loop as it fades in the El Capistan, and then let it degrade for a bit. Looping a drone or simple phrase in the El Capistan and then just letting it degrade over time is hypnotic.

    https://soundcloud.com/casuallyaband...-tuesday-21219
    Volume 1, Volume 2, and Volume 3 of my best ambient stuff from last year. 1 is the Frippertronic stuff, 2 is the knob twiddling, and 3 is one big meditative piece.
    And there's still that weekly ambient guitar soundscape podcast.

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    Volume 1, Volume 2, and Volume 3 of my best ambient stuff from last year. 1 is the Frippertronic stuff, 2 is the knob twiddling, and 3 is one big meditative piece.
    And there's still that weekly ambient guitar soundscape podcast.

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    Checked out the Frippertronics on Bandcamp yesterday and This is How I Play Guitar Now and the one from Feb 16(Sat) and enjoyed them all very much. I have trouble listening to instrumental pieces for very long due to a slight case of attention deficit, but I love the soundscapes you are getting.
    Some people may think it's easy to just sit back and let the textures take over, but it's not. It takes talent, practice and patience to control it all into a musical piece.

    Very well done, and thank you again for your kind words of encouragement and for visiting my page.
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    Thanks for listening. And keep doing what you do.
    Volume 1, Volume 2, and Volume 3 of my best ambient stuff from last year. 1 is the Frippertronic stuff, 2 is the knob twiddling, and 3 is one big meditative piece.
    And there's still that weekly ambient guitar soundscape podcast.

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    Something on the mellow, droney side.

    https://casuallyabandoned.podbean.com/e/22619-833pm/
    Volume 1, Volume 2, and Volume 3 of my best ambient stuff from last year. 1 is the Frippertronic stuff, 2 is the knob twiddling, and 3 is one big meditative piece.
    And there's still that weekly ambient guitar soundscape podcast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesmanzi View Post
    Something on the mellow, droney side.

    https://casuallyabandoned.podbean.com/e/22619-833pm/
    so peaceful...
    Soundcloud page: Open Window, musical meanderings https://soundcloud.com/precipice

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    Thanks.
    Volume 1, Volume 2, and Volume 3 of my best ambient stuff from last year. 1 is the Frippertronic stuff, 2 is the knob twiddling, and 3 is one big meditative piece.
    And there's still that weekly ambient guitar soundscape podcast.

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    Nice stuff James.

    I recently put up on Bandcamp my experiments with the Valhalla Shimmer & Space Modulator plugins. They transformed some very ordinary guitar playing into something else entirely.

    https://stevesmith2.bandcamp.com/alb...ar-meditations

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    Listening now Steve. Lovely as always. Ooh. just got to the big moment in the first one. Nice.

    Working on getting my gear cleaned up on a proper pedal board. Maybe, possibly, finding avenues to soundscape in public. eek.
    Volume 1, Volume 2, and Volume 3 of my best ambient stuff from last year. 1 is the Frippertronic stuff, 2 is the knob twiddling, and 3 is one big meditative piece.
    And there's still that weekly ambient guitar soundscape podcast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesmanzi View Post
    Listening now Steve. Lovely as always. Ooh. just got to the big moment in the first one. Nice.

    Working on getting my gear cleaned up on a proper pedal board. Maybe, possibly, finding avenues to soundscape in public. eek.
    Thanks James, would love to hear more about that, good luck!

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