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    Default New Release Day!

    This is an interesting project. It consists of a 32 different 15 minute piece of music for every day of the month (and a bonus day), which adds up to 8+ hours of music. It is ambient, but all recorded with solo guitar processed with all sorts of things to make it not really sound guitar-like. I used looping in a different way, too. To read about how/why it was done, check out my blog about it.

    No solos, just spacey stuff. I livestreamed most of the recordings on Facebook, too. A different piece each day to either chill out before or after the workday is done.

    Here's one of the pieces:

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    Default Re: New Release Day!

    Well done

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    Default Re: New Release Day!

    Looking forward to checking this out!
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    Default Re: New Release Day!

    32 different pieces in the same number of days is way more creative output than I'm capable of! Hats off to you for trying something so ambitious. It's a cool idea.
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