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Clear Your Path

By Arcana on April 17, 2016 3:14 pm

Clear Your Path


Nick Jonas really is a better guitar player than I am.


Friday, April 15, 10:10 - 10:50 PM. Started late this week. I got some new hardware and I’m still experimenting with the hardware that I own. I think I’m going to spend the next few weeks trying to make some new sounds and to tweak a bunch of my patches and setup. With respect to composition, I’ll try to stick to the basics.

Sat, April 16, 16:45 - 17:50 PM. I have a bit of catching up to do, this may be a short music week. I can crank out ideas for a song in an hour and a half but I haven’t been very good about actually crafting something that seems to have a full beginning, middle, and end in an hour and a half.

9:00 - 10:50 PM. Okay, this sounds like a song at the end of the session, but there are a lot of finer touches that could be applied.

Sun, April 17, 10:00 - 11:10 AM. I spent a lot of time getting my hardware to do a good intro. It didn’t work out so I scaled it back a bit.

Total time: 4 h 45 min, 141 bars at 175 bpm.

Instruments used:

Jackson Guitar & Logic Amps (lead and rhythm guitar)
Dave Smith Mono Evolver Keyboard (bass)
Korg Volca Beats (drums)
Native Instruments MASCHINE (drums)
Native Instruments Massive (lead, bass)
Logic ES2 (pads)

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April 19, 2016 5:51 pm

Nice track, had me grooving along. I like the sounds and the drum and bass beat. Fun to read your process, I can relate to a lot of that smile This is first week I've come across your music (thanks for the comment on mine), I'm playing through some of your past stuff - nice work!

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