Scary Halloween Music from Mark Mosher
Here are his words on it's creation:
I just released a dark ambient album just in time for Halloween, featuring Largo on a track. The album was mastered by Gannon Kashiwa the Director of Digital Media at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. He does all their planetarium
surround mixing and mastering - so as you'd imagine these tracks sound pretty incredible on big systems or with great headphones.
Lots of attention to detail on this one. For example, Track 2 "Alone in the Dark" is a single Largo patch carrying the whole track! I had a phase where I was listening to lots of David Gilmour, and while the track isn't emulating guitar performance, it is an experiment in guitar-like harmonics with overtones and distortion. But I don’t stop there and go where a guitar can’t go.
Play Guitar Like David Gilmour
Although Mark states that his performance was not emulating David Gilmour’s technique, I thought it would be fun to include an article that does. Beginning Guitar HQ has a great article on emulating famous guitarists, and one focus is the inimitable David Gilmour. Check it out and learn how to emulate players like Gilmour, Hendrix, and Paige.
I wonder if these techniques can be applied to synthesis…