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Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion

Hi all,
I've got a new one to share, this time around a short prog-rock instrumental clocking in a just over 3 minutes.  
 
I've used a combination of TH3 and GR5 for guitars, with Hybrid, Vacuum, Ultra Analog, and Lounge Lizard for keys.  Reverbs are Valhalla Plate, Eventide Stereo Room and Blackhole, and delays are Replica.
 
I'm not completely sure of the mix as it's fairly dense and I rushed it a bit since I'm heading out to Cali for a few days, so comments and suggestions are welcome.     Thanks!
 
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/01 00:26:54 (permalink)
    wow - amazing musicianship Steve. love the synths and that recurring theme with the 'scales'.
    The mix definitely has a band/live feel 
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/01 00:29:57 (permalink)
    Gorgeous, textured, sublime analog feel!

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/01 02:11:27 (permalink)
    Holy coolness! ELP meets Kansas!
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/01 08:29:48 (permalink)
    Crazily good Steve, very complex but still melodic. Love the calm ending

     
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/01 13:38:25 (permalink)
    Pretty cool stuff Steve. Nice job pulling this off.
     
    I think the mix is pretty good the way it is. It suits the vibe of the song very well.
     
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/01 13:57:59 (permalink)
    Steve,
    WOW!  I don't even know how one starts a project like this.  What do you lay down first?  Some parts - Zappa and Moogy Klingman meet.  Mix sounds great.  I listened in my studio (twice).   

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/01 16:41:03 (permalink)
    Simply brilliant Steve...
     
    I could make all the usual prog comparisons but that would detract from the fact that this is very much a Steve Cocchi Prog Classic.
     
    Works really well as a short piece. Would be a great interlude sat in between two longer pieces, for sure.
     
    Nice work!
     
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/01 19:45:48 (permalink)
    Cool! Interesting prog-rock instrumental.
    Good mix and sounds


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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/01 20:14:33 (permalink)
    I like this a lot. The bass is excellent and the changes in time signature work seamlessly, something thats not easy to acheive.

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/02 00:03:24 (permalink)
    Steve, this makes me want to get my cope of TH3 out and start playing.  The level of musicianship in this is stunning.  There's much to be learned here.

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/02 14:24:53 (permalink)
    Steve,
     
    Very creative playing and sound textures
    You always bring me to a familiar sounding type of playing style & vibe of music that I wanted to do back in the day yet I never got the chance too do it...
    I enjoy listening to your music . You set the bar pretty high .
     
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/02 14:53:36 (permalink)
    Steve, your brain called, and it wants back inside your body.  :)
     
    You have totally nailed this prog - such a fun listen, and like the others, I'd comment that while the execution is admirable, it's the conception that is truly stunning. You crank it out great, but jeez coming up with the parts in the first place and making them fit - that's the amazing part for me.
     
    cool job!
     
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/05 13:41:57 (permalink)
    The combined forces of Fripp and ELP 😊 Sweet 

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/05 14:50:38 (permalink)
    Sounds great. I caught the Kansas, too.

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/07 23:59:51 (permalink)
    daryl1968
    wow - amazing musicianship Steve. love the synths and that recurring theme with the 'scales'.
    The mix definitely has a band/live feel



    Thanks, Daryl!   I was feeling a bit live and scaly with this one.  
     
     
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    Gorgeous, textured, sublime analog feel!



    Thanks, Tony!   To get anywhere near an analog feel is a good thing IMO. 
     
     
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    Hehehe... thanks, Scott!    Both are DNA material.
     
     

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/08 04:07:19 (permalink)
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    Crazily good Steve, very complex but still melodic. Love the calm ending



    Thanks, James!   After lots of notes during most of the tune the ending just seemed like the right thing to do...
     
     
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    Pretty cool stuff Steve. Nice job pulling this off.
    I think the mix is pretty good the way it is. It suits the vibe of the song very well.

     
    Thanks, Dan!  I appreciate the mix confirmation, I really was unsure about it.
     
     
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    WOW!  I don't even know how one starts a project like this.  What do you lay down first?  Some parts - Zappa and Moogy Klingman meet.  Mix sounds great.  I listened in my studio (twice).   



    Thanks, John!   This one started with the two main sections as guitar lines, and just sorta built itself up from there.   I had to Google Moogy Klingman to realize his connection to Rundgren/Utopia and beyond! 

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/10 18:16:19 (permalink)
    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!

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    Simply brilliant Steve...
    I could make all the usual prog comparisons but that would detract from the fact that this is very much a Steve Cocchi Prog Classic.
     
    Works really well as a short piece. Would be a great interlude sat in between two longer pieces, for sure.
     
    Nice work!

     
    Thanks, Andy!  Funny, I was sorta thinking the same thing as a potential prelude/interlude piece.  But that would mean I'd have to write something else to go with it.   
     
     
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    Cool! Interesting prog-rock instrumental.
    Good mix and sounds



    Thank you, Makke!  I appreciate it.
     
     
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    I like this a lot. The bass is excellent and the changes in time signature work seamlessly, something thats not easy to acheive.



    Thanks, Glyn!  I've heard your work before so I know you have a bit of the prog bug too.   And although I really don't consider myself a bassist, thanks for the props!
     
     

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/11 17:48:58 (permalink)
    Lynn
    Steve, this makes me want to get my cope of TH3 out and start playing.  The level of musicianship in this is stunning.  There's much to be learned here.



    Thanks, Lynn!  I find all amp sims to be a bit hit or miss from song to song, fortunately TH3 was a hit this time around.  Regarding musicianship, growing up during the 70's there's more to live up to than could ever be achieved.   But hey, all we can do is try!  And FWIW, your musicianship is certainly nothing to sneeze at.
     
     
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    Steve,
    Very creative playing and sound textures
    You always bring me to a familiar sounding type of playing style & vibe of music that I wanted to do back in the day yet I never got the chance too do it...
    I enjoy listening to your music . You set the bar pretty high .



    Thanks, Kenny!   I'm happy to hear the familiarity aspect, I like that.   And that said, with your abilities and technique you could do this type of thing and more.   See you at the bar.    
     
     
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    Steve, your brain called, and it wants back inside your body.  :)
     
    You have totally nailed this prog - such a fun listen, and like the others, I'd comment that while the execution is admirable, it's the conception that is truly stunning. You crank it out great, but jeez coming up with the parts in the first place and making them fit - that's the amazing part for me.
     
    cool job!

     
    Thanks, Tom!   Geez, I obviously need to put a leash on that thing...  
    Prog is in my DNA, so for me the execution is often more difficult than the concepts, but the concepts are certainly more fun!  I'm not that big into puzzles, but when the puzzle pieces are music my interest level changes...
     
     
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    Sounds great. I caught the Kansas, too.



    Thanks, Steve!   I've been a big Kansas fan for a long, long time, so I appreciate that.   Playing guitar and keys during the late 70's/early 80's I sorta wanted to be Kerry Livgren.  
     

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/16 03:31:28 (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!   
     
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/16 13:50:02 (permalink)
    This one really shows off your arranging and technical abilities which are extensive. The time signature changes and adventurous guitar playing borders on jazz improvisation. Probably "out there" in terms of the typical listener who is accustomed to more of a structure. I am a Kansas fan too, so I totally get it!  I could hear this building in intensity to a beefy keyboard solo with drums...all grandiose like :)

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    Wow is about the only response I can come up with.
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/16 20:05:12 (permalink)
    Starise
    This one really shows off your arranging and technical abilities which are extensive. The time signature changes and adventurous guitar playing borders on jazz improvisation. Probably "out there" in terms of the typical listener who is accustomed to more of a structure. I am a Kansas fan too, so I totally get it!  I could hear this building in intensity to a beefy keyboard solo with drums...all grandiose like :)



    Thanks, Tim!   Huh, I almost referred to this as prog-fusion...     Perhaps the beefy keyboard solo will come in part deux...
     
     
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    Wow is about the only response I can come up with.



    Thanks, Phil!  I appreciate that. 

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/18 20:37:48 (permalink)
    This sounds great! My head is spinning from all the changes in this. WOW! You are really GOOD! Enjoyed hearing this one very much!
     

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    This sounds great! My head is spinning from all the changes in this. WOW! You are really GOOD! Enjoyed hearing this one very much!



    Thanks, S_NZ!   I appreciate that.   
     

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/20 19:43:28 (permalink)
    Just come back for another listen - this is the shizzle.
    Sounds even better after a strong coffee that I had at lunch time
     
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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/21 21:40:24 (permalink)
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    Just come back for another listen - this is the shizzle.
    Sounds even better after a strong coffee that I had at lunch time



    Thanks, Daryl!    Strong coffee and prog, perfect together.  

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/22 01:37:36 (permalink)
    Wow, creative as all get out. Prog-rock isn't something I'm really into, but I know good musicianship when I hear it. This is great!

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    Re: Prog-rock instrumental: Density Dillusion 2017/03/22 19:07:13 (permalink)
    bjornpdx
    Wow, creative as all get out. Prog-rock isn't something I'm really into, but I know good musicianship when I hear it. This is great!



    Thanks, Bjorn!   Yeah, prog definitely isn't for everyone, but I am certainly glad you enjoyed it.  

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