The first track uses my Lorre-Mill Double Knot and CL Plumbutter. The second uses a Bug Brand Board Chirper, Plumbutter, and some geetar.


Edited to add - if anyone is familiar with it, the first tune reminds me in parts of a Peter Sherrer/Arto Lindsay tune called Pretty Ugly.

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Hi Baltergeist,

Nice to hear from you again, straight away with two great tracks! :-) I love your experimental touch towards your music, it's always exciting to listen at your music and the creativity you are putting into your tracks is just fantastic :-D

Two different tracks, but both have much to love for. Thank you very much for sharing this with us and kind regards, Garfield.

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Thanks, Garfield! As always, you're incredibly kind!

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Thanks - enjoyed these - quite delicious.

Thank you!

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Love the crazy rhythms in 9721, and the guitar in Enthusiasts is way out there. Not sure I’d want to hear that after a night of heavy drinking. :-) Your Board Chirper recordings are making that thing very tempting. Cheers!

Thanks a ton! Yeah, the guitar was done with a Montreal Assembly Count to 5 and my mutant attempt to do a Bill Frisell thing. It's definitely different, and I'll probably take another run at it. I think it's a little loud in the mix, too.

The Chirper is more versatile than it at first seems and rewards continued exploration, and I can't recommend the Double Knot enough if you want your electronic music to swing. You can make a four-over-three thing cracked by inputing off-beat. So it's in time, but a really effing weird time. The DK was providing time for the Plumbutter, so it's clicks and clacks are in the same systematically off time. A Red Panda Tensor makes some pitch adjustments and further time weirdness available in stereo. I highly recommend that pedal.

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Hey baltergeist,

This is fantastic, I liked both tracks a lot. Really interesting and experimental.

Keep up the good work and don't forget to share it with us :)

Thank you!!

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