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Nearly There (Disquiet0004-mfischer If We Can't Be Wrong Remix)

_steiner / stijn hüwels on January 30, 2012 19:28

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Junto #4: a remix of Marcus Fischer's beautiful track 'Nearly there'.

I used some of the basic tracks + added guitar.

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Additional Background:

The track "Nearly There" is not just an example of Marcus Fischer's Collected Dust album. It originally appeared as the penultimate entry in the 365-day creative project he presented online, and material from it was part of the final entry in that same year-long series. That marathon creative experiment of Fischer's was a big influence on the development of the Disquiet Junto, this idea of setting a significant challenge to oneself as a means to stoke creative output. "Nearly There" was recorded on "lapharp + ebow looped using the monome 128 w/ the wonderful MLRv application," explains Fischer. The two tracks, for the curious, can be heard here:

http://unrecnow.com/dust/2374
http://unrecnow.com/dust/2380

And there's more information on Collected Dust at the Tench website:

http://www.tenchrec.com/TCH05.html

"Nearly There (Disquiet0004-mfischer If We Can't Be Wrong Remix)" by _steiner / stijn hüwels is licensed under a Creative Commons License

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