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This was just something I slapped together to play with mixing drums for the first times. I'm on all instruments here... including the drums, badly. The drum set was awful, I practically had to synthesize the snare because it was literally held together with Duct tape... it was doctored with a significant amount of tube saturation, EQ, and triggered tone/noise.1:34 minutes (2.15 MB)
acoustic guitar riff0:37 minutes (1.14 MB)
Made with FTII. Incredibly artificial guitars and a piano melody.1:07 minutes (1.29 MB)
Last demo for the 5-song EP for Tales of Arthur volume one pending as soon as i can get the cover art done.3:16 minutes (3 MB)
A pretty clean, given it's an ad-lib single take, organ progression.0:45 minutes (704.94 KB)
This is a hank drum groove and the last third of the file has a distorted amp effect added.
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