Fuzzy Logic... new release from pezhed!!! (11/15/19)

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  1. dogletnoir

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    More guitar-centric neofusion this time around!
    https://pezhed1.bandcamp.com/album/fuzzy-logic
    A couple of sample tracks:
    Up At 4

    Loose Wigs

    As always, there are some free downloads of the album available, no strings attached...
    and as always, thanks in advance for your support!


     
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    Yeeeeee-ikes. What changed? This stuff seems to suit you, the production sounds, um, bolder? Maybe? Some of those guitar tones on Up at 4 killed and Loose Wigs but the FUHHHH in funky.

    Or maybe this stuff suits me??
     
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    Cerb Anti conformist reformist Strat-Talk Supporter

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    I agree with Dado, this is much more in your face (for the lack of a better phrase) than your usual material. I like it!

    A question out of curiosity. You produce a lot of stuff, do you write everything down or are they all in your head? Could you perform them from the top of your head?

    I usually forget what I played if I haven't written it down.
     
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    (Pretty sure some of the other material is above my head. :D)
     
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    Good stuff, I like the direction you've taken with these.
     
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    That's a great question, and i thought a bit about the answer while i was out walking the pup this AM.

    Apart from my collaborative work (where i'm trying to find a synergy between what it is
    that the other artist and i do naturally) or a project i'm involved in as a 'hired gun'
    (where it's pretty much 'give the producer/music director what they want to hear')
    i basically work in three styles: the beats-driven triphop stuff, the spacey ambient prog material,
    and this jazzy neofusion (although there is some cross-pollination between them).
    Of those three styles, the neofusion stuff comes the closest to actual composed 'tunes'
    that i could perform off the top of my head, then the triphop material.
    The ambient prog stuff is made as 'layered improvisations', in which i might start out with a
    germ of an idea, develop that, and then react to the previous track(s) in real time with no
    preplanning, no punch-ins, and no do-overs, just as if it were a live collective improv (except
    that it's just between me, myself, and i).
    In all the different styles, i do try to establish some strong melodic themes, which i could come back to
    if i was trying to recreate a given track.
    i don't generally write things out in my own music; i just have the recorded tracks to play over &/or refer to.

    Does that make sense? :)
     
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    Cerb Anti conformist reformist Strat-Talk Supporter

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    It makes perfect sense to me. I usually do the same, either by layering it in the DAW or by using the Trio pedal, most of the time I don't even save it. Lately, I've been trying to do it with a plan, to make something that I could actually perform on "request".

    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I get proggy, fusionish urges but then I realize I am too dumb to do them. :D