seascape is yet another track sharing the usual structure of many t.w.zanetti's ones.
guitar is processed with usual signal chain of stompboxes in realtime.
no extra sources are used, no synths, no virtual instruments, just guitar.
three very simple riffs are played and recorded onto, then played back from, three separate loopers.
each looper's running its own undetermined loop length, totally independent and unorganized.
seascape's build-up and texture is random, as loops aren't placed for neither harmonic nor rythmic content, nor tempo, but aligned at the end, in order to simply stop playing at the same time, in this case after 64 bars, when fed into ableton live as individual clips onto six tracks.
loopers' outputs are doubled, each one's there in its original pitch, and one octave down / tempo halved.
three looper's outputs, in stereo, total six stereo tracks mixed directly into ableton live.
thank you for stopping by, than you for reading me, thank you for listening to seascape.

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