October 2, 2015

Ambient Guitar Music Soundscape 9 - Layered Rhythmic Looping with El Cap...


A chill ambient guitar soundscape constructed from simple guitar parts using a looping pedal.

1. The rhythmic part was pre-recorded into Loop 3 of the looper pedal 0:01
2. I recorded the first guitar part into Loop 2 of the looper pedal using the Stereo Wet reverb 0:08
3. I stopped Loop 2 from playing and recorded swells in a reverse chord progression (B,C#m,A,C#m) into Loop 3 of the looper pedal 0:34
4. I reversed Loop 3 so the swells will start playing in the desired chord progression order (C#m,A,C#m,B) and I start Loop 2 back 0:55
5. I play over my loops using the Vick Audio Tree of Life OD, El Capistan, DD20, and Keeley Aurora Reverb 01:32
6. I stop Loop 3 and then Fade Out Loop 1, Leaving only Loop 2 playing 03:40
7. I apply an octave down effect to Loop 2 and then play some swelled notes over that 04:23

Gear Used:

Gretsch Power Jet
Wampler Ego Compressor
EHX PitchFork octave pitch shift pedal
Tree of Live OD by Vick Audio http://www.vickaudio.com
Ernie Ball MVP Volume pedal
Custom Favorite Switch from http://foxpedal.com
Strymon El Capistan http://www.strymon.net
Keeley Aurora Reverb http://www.rkfx.com
Boss DD20
Neunaber Stereo Wet (v1) http://neunaber.net
Vox AC15C1 with PM tubes from www.tubeboutique.com
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe II
SM57 (2)
Scarlett 2i2 interface
Ableton Live Lite

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3 comments:

  1. My partner and i enjoy above my own loops while using the Vick Audio tracks Shrub regarding Living OD, El Capistan, DD20, and also Keeley Aurora.

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  2. Great sound! Do you use ear monitors to control the sound from DAW? Nice use of an octave down on Boomerang, should try it one day)

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    1. Thanks! Yes, I use the monitors so I can hear my recording levels in the DAW. So you have a Boomerang?

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