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Terria

FutileBreadMachine on December 09, 2012 18:34

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Hi guys. It's 2:30am in Perth and this is me, kicking writer's block in the face. This song is named for two primary reasons, perhaps most obviously for the Devin Townsend album that has influenced it so. Terria is also the name of the guitar I used on this tune, in which she's sounding the best she's ever sounded. Secondarily, this song makes me think of the colour green, so does the name "Terria".

This tune was recorded with a PRS Custom 24 and an Axe FX. Clean & distortion sounds were from different "Drive" and "Boost" settings on the same patch, blah blah blah. I'm not gonna give any details aboot the bass sound. Not that it's a particularly good sound anyway. Production wise, I tried to go for an overall more organic sound than I've done before. Aside from that, this track is really more of the usual, although perhaps with more delay and "Crystal Echoes" than I've used before.

I'm pretty happy with how this tune is sounding. Emotively, I set out to make it the counterpart to Ambrosia (You know, the only other good song on my Soundcloud?).
Anyway, I think I succeeded in creating something that's ultimately the positive to the sadness of Ambrosia, and it's kind of ended up even more emotionally resonant with me personally at least (which is weird, I don't consider myself a positive person).

I don't really know why I've written so much shit you're probably not reading anyway. I guess I'm really proud of this track. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed creating it. Thanks guys. :)

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