Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/22 19:15:55 (permalink)
Fantastic.  Absolutely crushed it. 

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/22 22:04:29 (permalink)
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Cat, this is outlandish.
 
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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/23 01:24:24 (permalink)
Great song.  Sounds amazing in the cans turned up to unsafe levels.  Felt like the right flavor the whole time.  Each part fit there and sounded very deliberate to me.  Very impressed.

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/23 15:31:33 (permalink)
Wow!  Nothing to say that hasn't been said already.  Beautifully complex and rich.  I needed to listen several times to hear it all.
 
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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/24 15:07:03 (permalink)
Great stuff. It was so busy and almost chaotic it made me sweat:) Great performances

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/24 15:22:23 (permalink)
oh wow, i missed this one...
this is cool.
it reminds me a bit of a more heavy-handed 'Happy the Man'
excellent mix.
i think i'd like to hear the snare with a bit more edge,
it's the only thing that tends to get buried..
but i think the level's right, just the eq needs a tweak.
that was pretty frantic, i like it!

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/25 14:25:06 (permalink)
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Steve - this is just greatness!  I love prog rock!  just saw Yes in concert a few weeks ago (for the dozenth time or so!)  this is very nice stuff!  really like it!




Sorry, Reece, I missed you there...    thanks!   
 
How was the Yes concert?   I've seen them more than any other single band, but the last time was... I think the Open Your Eyes tour. 


Yes was awesome as usual!  of course, we're missing a lot of the core players, and Bill Bruford only played at the very beginning and at the end (he has some pretty bad back problems, I understand).  Howe was killing it like he has for years!  Downs is an excellent player, I've always liked him, he's not Rick Wakeman, (neither is Oliver, whom I did see with them at the last concert I saw Chris Squire on).


 
anyway - this is excellent, I gave it another spin!  thanks for sharing it with us!

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/26 16:58:15 (permalink)
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Fantastic.  Absolutely crushed it.


Thanks, cwestmont!   I appreciate that.
 
 
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Cat, this is outlandish.
I am beyond words to express my reception.
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Great song.  Sounds amazing in the cans turned up to unsafe levels.  Felt like the right flavor the whole time.  Each part fit there and sounded very deliberate to me.  Very impressed.



Thanks, Tim!  I've turned it up a bit myself a few times just to be sure it stands up, so thanks for confirming.  And yes, most of the parts are deliberate though not all pre-planned - I like leaving a little breathing room for happy accidents (ala Daryl).
 

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/29 01:03:51 (permalink)
This is just fantastic Steve - you are one talented guy - your playing is just great and this is such a well-written, interesting tune. I really this one.

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/29 18:30:56 (permalink)
I Don't know much about prog rock, but with the little I do I'd say this is an excellent specimen.

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/29 19:37:20 (permalink)
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Wow!  Nothing to say that hasn't been said already.  Beautifully complex and rich.  I needed to listen several times to hear it all.
 
Bravo!


Thanks, Bob!   "Complex and rich", huh...   I'll take it.    
 
 
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Great stuff. It was so busy and almost chaotic it made me sweat:) Great performances



Thanks, Antti!   Well, it certainly isn't a dance tune but I'm glad it gave you a workout.   
 
 
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oh wow, i missed this one...
this is cool.
it reminds me a bit of a more heavy-handed 'Happy the Man'
excellent mix.
i think i'd like to hear the snare with a bit more edge,
it's the only thing that tends to get buried..
but i think the level's right, just the eq needs a tweak.
that was pretty frantic, i like it!



Thanks, Bats!   I did hem and haw a little with the snare since I usually like more "pop", but in the end I decided to go for more of a Phil Ehart vibe, if that makes sense.  
 

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/30 22:23:41 (permalink)
Impressive...astounding...all them kinda words...
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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/31 15:15:35 (permalink)
Dig it!

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/31 19:13:38 (permalink)
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Yes was awesome as usual!  of course, we're missing a lot of the core players, and Bill Bruford only played at the very beginning and at the end (he has some pretty bad back problems, I understand).  Howe was killing it like he has for years!  Downs is an excellent player, I've always liked him, he's not Rick Wakeman, (neither is Oliver, whom I did see with them at the last concert I saw Chris Squire on).
 
anyway - this is excellent, I gave it another spin!  thanks for sharing it with us!


Cool...  Haven't seem them in years myself, but they're way at the top of my "most seen" list.    And thanks again for listening!   I know of no place better to share music than right here...
 
 
MarkusClinus
This is just fantastic Steve - you are one talented guy - your playing is just great and this is such a well-written, interesting tune. I really this one.



Thanks, Mark!  I am glad you enjoyed it.  Fortunately technology can help fill in any gaps where my technique cannot.  
 
 
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I Don't know much about prog rock, but with the little I do I'd say this is an excellent specimen.



Thanks, David!   I appreciate you examining my specimen.    Oh, wait...  
 

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/31 19:45:58 (permalink)
Steve,
 
Not much to add to previous comments.   Had a few listens through and there is plenty to hear in this track.  Really well executed.  
 
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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/04/02 15:15:12 (permalink)
Steve, that was awesome! Great playing, arrangement, and mix. It's early this Sunday morning and who needs coffee when you hear this first thing in the morning?
Stellar work.

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Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/04/04 18:35:06 (permalink)
ABull
Impressive...astounding...all them kinda words...



Thanks, Allan!   Since this tune has no words...    
 
 
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Dig it!



Thanks, Jonas!  Good to see you around these parts.
 
 
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Steve,
Not much to add to previous comments.   Had a few listens through and there is plenty to hear in this track.  Really well executed.  



Thanks, Mark!  I appreciate that.
 
 
Rimshot
Steve, that was awesome! Great playing, arrangement, and mix. It's early this Sunday morning and who needs coffee when you hear this first thing in the morning?
Stellar work.



Thanks, Jimmy!!   I'm glad to know this tune could act as a caffeine substitute.  Just looking out for your health.  
 

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