|Yeager, Ian / Music for Guitar + Computer|
|Album:||Music for Guitar + Computer||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2005-10-30||Pull Date:||2006-01-01||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||20 Nov||13 Nov||6 Nov|
|1.||Nov 14, 2005:||asymptotic freedom |
|3.||Nov 01, 2005:||lick my moody guitar |
|2.||Nov 08, 2005:||Lick *MY* Moody Guitar |
Wow, pretty guitar with noisy cutups. He strums along and the computer chops it to bits. Nice|
New agey in parts. Never gets aggressive. Pretty cool but would like more variation!
1.arpeggio repeats with minor variations, machine mirrors with glitches
2. like 1 but with an additional layer of overdubbed guitar
3.monotone glitch w/guitar accompanying
4.pastoral guitar harmonics, glitch is an even background. A little electric guit feedback?
5.Introspective tune, glitch is like an echo- then track becomes mostly glitch drone
6.lots of little notes
7.slow bell-like ringing harmonic guitar, meditation, then major key strums, & fingersnaps
8.Guitar inspired by Eno’s early ambient loops, but with hectic guitar strumming glitchery
9.Pleasant guitar, glitch comes and goes in neat packages
10.(successful) experiment in monotone- slow chord pulses while guitar trills high note
11.slow arpeggio and languid embellishments, while the glitch quietly frets
12.Subtle rhythmic manipulations, minimal 3-note repetition with mostly monotone glitch
13.rich sound of guitar playing a few notes over itself many times. Goes to 1 guit. at end
14.A tearoom filled with noodling guitarists. Ends w/50 secs of drone.