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American Tortilla (feat. Stirling)

By kineticturtle on February 1, 2016 12:01 am

Late night collaboration with my somewhat recent friend Stirling, who makes music on a laptop which gives me the jeebies so it's really awesome to work with him.

his Ableton & samples & microkorg chords
my Sub37 bassline and melody
lots of talking and compromises

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February 8, 2016 3:43 pm

Gotta love collaboration. I was just thinking it's so interesting that there aren't more projects by more than one person on here. I think it's because WB is like our version of "the band?" Anyway... sounds like you had fun! And it has "one sound", does not at all sound disjointed to me. Rock on.

February 8, 2016 7:33 pm

Really love the light-hearted feel of this. Reminds me of some of the tracks on Coda's album Tree of Knowledge. Great collaboration!

February 9, 2016 10:13 am
colorful grey wrote:

Gotta love collaboration. I was just thinking it's so interesting that there aren't more projects by more than one person on here. I think it's because WB is like our version of "the band?" Anyway... sounds like you had fun! And it has "one sound", does not at all sound disjointed to me. Rock on.

As a bassist being chained to someone else's ideas is something I want to move away from. Playing solo is an amazing freedom.

Awesome and chilled track, reminds me of summer and living near the beach.

February 9, 2016 11:47 am
Lyons wrote:
colorful grey wrote:

Gotta love collaboration. I was just thinking it's so interesting that there aren't more projects by more than one person on here. I think it's because WB is like our version of "the band?" Anyway... sounds like you had fun! And it has "one sound", does not at all sound disjointed to me. Rock on.

As a bassist being chained to someone else's ideas is something I want to move away from. Playing solo is an amazing freedom.

I admit I hadn't thought of that scenario! I guess it's because *I* never get to play with anybody that I assume we all do, ummm... OK I think I'm done projecting my stuff now. Thanks for the heads up.

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