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(Classical/Jazz/Electronica) Mellotron Quartet

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amokrecordings
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55 posts since 8 Jul, 2011

Postby amokrecordings; Sat May 10, 2014 8:14 am (Classical/Jazz/Electronica) Mellotron Quartet

Just wanted to share this new tape release... It's a new album made entirely on 4 Melltrons (with some arpeggiated step CV running as well)... Very "vintage" and unique sounding record... Also, the reverse side of the cassette is literally the first half of the record backwards (it was written with the intention of being played both ways...which somehow worked out).

Check it out: http://amokrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/mellotron-quartet-ends-no-ends
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seismic1
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6675 posts since 13 Mar, 2009, from UK

Postby seismic1; Sun May 11, 2014 4:57 am Re: (Classical/Jazz/Electronica) Mellotron Quartet

I've just played the first 4 tracks. I like the way some of them take a different approach to the use of the instrument, by giving the music a more rhythmic emphasis. I really enjoyed Tsukihito Otoko. I'm currently working on a 'tron VSTi piece now, but in a more "traditional" setting.

Good work :)
amokrecordings
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55 posts since 8 Jul, 2011

Postby amokrecordings; Sun May 11, 2014 6:28 am Re: (Classical/Jazz/Electronica) Mellotron Quartet

seismic1 wrote:I've just played the first 4 tracks. I like the way some of them take a different approach to the use of the instrument, by giving the music a more rhythmic emphasis. I really enjoyed Tsukihito Otoko. I'm currently working on a 'tron VSTi piece now, but in a more "traditional" setting.

Good work :)


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