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A digital EP, sort of

Hey everybody!

I hope you’re all fine. If you’ve read this page lately, you know that I’m currently recording some music in my (home)studio, which consists of distorted electric guitar layers/walls with double first-take improvised vocals, huge bass and kick. I record and mix myself. I’ve fun doing something completely different and it doesn’t mean that I quit acoustic guitars and vintage keyboards at all. I’m planning to play some gigs with songs from my album “Perspective” this year, with my musician friends The Breakies.

My current recordings virtually form an EP, to listen to it, click on this page and just press play. I just mean that I thought about a running order to listen to these tracks. I’m still into the “record” format vs 45rpm format, which is currently called “single”.

I will post some more photography when it’s done/processed/scanned.

See you all later,

Cat’s eye aka Ben.

On the radio (new song)

On the radio. Listen on streaming here.

Composed, recorded, mixed and mastered  on sunday February 7, 2010

I’m still on the experiment of distorted guitars.

Download it for free here.

Around the corner (new song)

Around the corner. Listen on streaming here.

Composed and recorded on January 30, 2010

Mixed and mastered on January 31, 2010

I’ve use the same process as you can read on my previous post.

Download it for free here.

Listen to a new song

New song called “Blur”, click here to listen (streaming)

Composed, recorded, mixed, mastered by cats’ eye on January 29, 2010

This afternoon I’ve decided to do the following thing:

Composing (and improvising), recording, mixing, mastering one song. I wanted to experiment with distorted guitar layers. Here’s the result.

This is not perfect, for ex. the double voice is improvised, this is the first take you hear. I wanted to use only spontaneity in the process.

If you’re interested, you can dowload it for free by just clicking here.