I am disheartened by how many guitarists who should know this man, still do not. If you are interested in the possibilities of the electric guitar, this will be a well spent hour of your life.
After numerous failed tries to post a new improvised track on Facebook, I am going to attempt to embed it here. Please fee free to comment on the music and/or on any problems and fixes you have encountered with Soundcloud and Facebook.
All sounds guitar generated, except the sample, which is from a radio station picked up by my Trombetta Feederbone when my guitar volume was al the off. Mmm…I guess you could call that guitar generated as well.
To hold you until my Guitar Player interview comes out (where we focus more on the new record), here is a great interview with Mitch Gallagher at Sweetwater.
Apologies for the dearth of posts. I have people trying to migrate my site away from the awful Bluehost and it has been taking longer than expected. It is still not done but they have fixed the email and assure me I can post, so here is a Guitar Festival for those increasingly hot days when you don’t want to go outside.
Sidsel Endresen and Stian Westerhus live at the Torino Jazz Festival 2019
Fred Frith Quartet at the Festival Météo, Mulhouse, 2015
Nels Cline and Yuka C Honda collectively known as FIG performing “Purple & Red” at The Stone on Aug 26 2016
While perusing the latest edition of Electronic Musician, I chanced upon the Enos Looper by Audio Damage.Much as I love doing loops on my iPad with Simpler, Borderlands, and iDensity, I have been looking for a more basic looper to add to the iOS arsenal. I was intrigued enough to plop down $5.99 USD and check it out, only to learn that , while it can be used for basic looping and Frippertronics, ala the Ableton Live Looper, it is capable of much more. I recommend checking out the video. (It demos the plugin, but they are very close).