19 edo guitar and percussion melds percussive electric guitar playing with gongs, Tibetan bells and cymbals.
Archive for the ‘19 edo’ Category
I’m Not Sleeping is a serial improvisation in rock band format with 19edo instruments. The dissonance is very much on purpose.
The Engine of my Mind is a 19 edo looper experiment. The title is an acknowledgement that I can’t seem to slow down releasing various types of adventures in sound for good or bad. I’ve been enjoying my 19 edo guitar of late.
Three Tasmanian Devils feeding at the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park in Port Arthur. Source http://www.flickr.com/photos/willislim/3173810890/ Author Willis Lim Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 license.
Fight to Feed is a 19 edo rock ensemble inspired by competition and the effect it has upon human relationships.
Fanfare for the 99% (Electric 19 edo Guitar and Percussion Ensemble)
The Suspended Harp is a combination of harmonic series aeolian harp with effects and 19 edo electric guitar with effects. Creative Commons for the music only.
One Fine Day – 19 edo instrumental rock as I mastered it.
The Broken Cathedral of Christchurch is an ambient poly-tuning piece using 11, 12, and 19 notes to the octave. The instruments used are a Korg MS2000 synthesizer, 19 edo electric guitar (several tracks), and 5 string bass – all with liberal application of effects, mixing, and mastering. The piece is dedicated to the Anglican cathedral of Christchurch New Zealand which will be brought down and rebuilt due to extensive earthquake damage.
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