Well, here we are again, and after a few hours slaving over a hot DAW, I’m back with another all-new, all-original piece of music for your delectation.
This time, I’ve farted out a blatant Devin Townsend rip-off, all downtuning and delays and Lydian scales. The song is called Bring Me Home.
Download the song here – Bring Me Home
Some technical notes: this song uses my Yamaha RGX-420 Drop 6 baritone guitar, which is tuned down a fourth to B-E-A-D-F#-B as standard. Unfortunately, this required me to use my 5-string bass, which, to be frank, sounds a bit crap compared to my Ibanez 4-stringer. Anyone want to buy me a new 5-string bass?
Also, after polling for opinions on Twitter, I’m going to record a podcast where I talk about the songs and the recordings in a bit more detail. More on that when it’s done, hopefully later tonight. If not later tonight, then probably Saturday.
Anyway, enjoy the tunes, and be sure and tell yer pals!
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I got played on the Tartanpodcast!
Hopefully all those thousands of folk that listen to the cast enjoyed the tune.
I listened to the Tartan Podcast for the first time a couple of days ago, a podcast that highlights independent scottish bands and artists (I’ve submitted my own stuff to it, so here’s hoping! :P) and the latest episode turned me on to the group emblazoned on this blog entry’s subject header, The Scottish Guitar Quartet. Download the latest TPC to get a listen to their lovely laid back jazziness.