back in weekly beats 2014 i created a rather dense series of computer processed classical guitar pieces. some of it was pretty well received on here but I couldn't muster much interest in the album as it was pretty abstract and out there and not very classical guitar sounding overall (more on the processed into oblivion side).
So, now I wanted to do more of a human classical guitar album. That and I love how my guitar sounds ran through the electroharmonix POG2 pedal.
This piece titled Conflicting Aspirations is 3 separate guitar tracks using the POG2 to sometimes effect the guitar, I designed a preset that sounded piano-like, and another almost like a harpsichord or something. and another that was like a ghostly keyboard sound that is more used for percussion in parts.
The idea is that it is sort of a play, a family of three and how they all live under one roof but are pulled in different directions as their own lives unfurl. the wedded couple and the only child. the child observes and begins to overanalyze and pull apart the parents' life experience, giving them the reflection of their own tumultuous existence.
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