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White and Gray

By onezero on December 16, 2018 11:23 pm

This week contained a lot of activity--pre-holiday parties, the school semesters winding down, and (suddenly) a furnace that has to be replaced. Still, I managed to carve out some time for a track, and much as Devieus mentioned in a comment last week, it seemed like a good idea to use at least some of the same working methods as last week's piece. So once again, here's something at 96 bpm, with three tracks of almost-Fahey-tuned Univox (B F# B F# B D).  Unlike last week, I went straight into the board, as well as throwing some baglama-tuned (G g D D A a) Heit Deluxe into the mix, and approached with a slightly sparser frame of mind.


All guitars went through Auto-Filter (high-pass with some drive), and there are two drum kits: 32 Pad Rock Kit, and 64 Pad Rock Kit.  Both went through Drum Buss.  Sends are two convolution reverbs (incoming lows cut with Auto-Filter) and two Echo (one with Auto-Filter in front, modulating a bandpass).  Full-chain master on everything, and some automation.


Title from the two varieties of tin (white and gray).  And here's to getting a new furnace tomorrow.

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December 17, 2018 4:07 pm

Deep and melifulous, not at all tinny (someone was going to say it).

December 19, 2018 3:25 pm

Yea, it's too clear for that tinny sound.

So are you going to do something festive with antimony?

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