One of the downfalls of my performing/composing/recording methodology is that interruptions really mess things up. Case-in-point: this particular song. I had just been getting into a groove & really enjoying how the song was developing, when my Wife came home from Saturday morning grocery shopping. I had to stop the recording (in mid-phrase, so-to-speak) & go help her bring in the groceries & put them away (a Husband's job is never complete). The upside of all this is that I have a sketch of an idea & three loops recorded that I can go back & revisit if the Muse is so inclined. But my "capture a particular feeling at a particular moment in time" methodology is sort of deflated like that. In essence: you can't go home again. It will never be the same. But then, perhaps the next moment captured will be equally as inspirational (or even more-so).
Again, this was that standard Candle M.O.: HG Fortune's Astral Dreamer as a bed track with guitar loops (c/o Mobius) built over top. There was potential, but the universe (& maybe my Wife ) had other plans.
Oh well… on to the next.
See You In The Shadows…
Fender Deluxe Stratocaster
Yellow Fender 0.73mm Plectorum
DigiTech Grunge Pedal
Behringer UMC404HD Audio Interface
Behringer FCB1010 MIDI Foot Controller
Candle's "Live" Jeskola Buzz Setup
Please keep your comments respectful, honest, and constructive. Please focus on the song and not the demo.