Some productive days musically are days that you make progress on the two pieces on which you are working, but then arrives the point where you can't do more. You are at an impasse with your creations. You leave them for tomorrow.

And so, as a result, and to cleanse your brain just a bit, you make a long, abstract with your guitar and modular synth.

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An using the and various guitar configurations. I spent most of the time playing around with various euclidean rhythms and tunings to create a backdrop that was naturally repetitive but not jarring. It was another learning process.

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@PatchNotes

My conclusion upon listening through this is that it's a bit of a failed experiment. I learned that I should concentrate on one experimental factor at a time, not three. I was playing with the idea that @june had described - triggering an envelope by OR-ing two others, but got distracted by adding radio broadcasts in real time while creating soundscapes to match random arpeggios.

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Not to mention modules like and .

I threw on to record the last 20 or so minutes last night. The excerpt is superficially representative of the 27 hours as a whole, but, of course, doesn't demonstrate all of the textural and harmonic changes throughout.

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