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NEMO 001-4
year: 1999

project coordinator:Michael Klobuchar
mastering: Bill Henson
artwork:Tim Nelson

This is one of the four CDs of the original CT project. A completely free-form collection of looped music from the US and Europe.

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7 Tim Nelson
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The basic track is a 2 minute or so loop of a Roland SH-101 (sequenced), a Roland Juno-6 (arpeggiator/hold), tree frogs (minidisc), a Yamaha DJX through a Korg SDD-1000, and an E-BOWED Fender precision bass (also through the Korg and a Boss DD-3) doing a lot of what sounds like guitar. Onto this, I overdubbed a minidisc loop of my bad drumming with fills played on the pads of an Alesis SR-16. Extra credit to anyone who knows the source of the female voice sample! The pseudo-dub bassline (part of which got erased: AAARGH!) is also the P-bass, and the guitar is a Tele split two ways: one (R) through a 1960 Gibson Ranger with no effects, the other (L) through a Boss TR-2 and a SansAmp
comment 17.10.2004: Krispen Hartung (http://www.krispenhartung.com)
  The backdrop in the beginning of the song is beautiful....and the bass groove that eventually comes in is very tasteful and catchy, almost old Terje Rypdal sound in nature. Nice! Give me more of this and some "outside" melodic work on the top and I'll be in ecstasy. Nice job.

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