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Behind the scenes photos: recording the As The Flow Cries album

Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

The “As The Flow Cries” album was largely recorded in a cabin in Brown County, Indiana, in early December, 2016.

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Here are some behind-the-scenes photos of the making of the album.

Photos by Sarah Johnson.

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Cabin

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Recording

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Tweaking sounds

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Sequencing

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Recording creek sounds

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Playing lap steel guitar

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Creek

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Eurorack modular synthesizer

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Lap steel guitar

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Playing keys

 

As The Flow Cries

Monday, December 26th, 2016

Earlier this month (December, 2016) I recorded an album, mostly in a remote cabin in Brown County, Indiana. It centers around lap steel guitar, a new instrument for me, as well as including a bunch of synthesis and field recordings. Here it is on Bandcamp (pay what you want/if you want):

It’s mostly beautiful ambient stuff, although there are a few somewhat surprising, heavier moments as well. I’ve got several other albums to release by the end of the year (including another one you’ll find if you click around on my Bandcamp page), so stay tuned for additional musical updates.

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