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NEMO 033
year: 2010

project coordinator:Nick Robinson
mastering: Nick Robinson
artwork:Nick Robinson

Reverbs - many and various: the most prominent element of each piece, used to give differing sense of "place" throughout the piece

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it's a duet between two guitars, one electric, the other electro-acoustic, both parts performed on the Parker Nite-Fly. Reverb effects are primarily supplied by the Line 6 M9, mainly the Octo and ParticleVerb, with some Chamber 'verb in places. The whole track then received some post-production additional 'verbing in AudioStudio to accent various moments of suspension and drama
comment 02.08.2010: raul bonell (raulbonell.blogspot.com)
  excellence, is the word. libraries should not exist, so this man would be free to devote his life to music.
comment 02.08.2010: David Cooper Orton (www.davidcooperorton.co.uk)
  Raul - that is most gracious. Actually, it's been my experience during my "career" in libraries that they exist precisely so I *can* spend so much time on music. OK - maybe not all the time...
comment 03.08.2010: Steve Moyes (stevemoyes.org.uk)
  Really beautiful playing David. I have to agree with Raul that more of your music in the world would be a very good thing! But, of course, libraries are important too...
comment 03.08.2010: Rick Walker (www.youtube.com/looppool)
  God, this is beautiful, David!

You really inspire me, man!
comment 03.08.2010: Fabio A. (www.eterogeneo.com)
  David, it's beautiful !

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