Hold On Let Go

Today’s song was a deep excursion into ambient/electronica, which is not where one generally finds a harmonica. You might not find all the harmonicas in “Hold On Let Go,” in between the loops and synth parts and electronic percussion and strange electronic accidents I couldn’t reproduce but reused liberally.

I recorded this with GarageBand using my Apogee Duet which I am officially in love with. It’s got the best-sounding D/A conversion I’ve ever heard — my iTunes music sounds amazing played through my stereo now — but it’s a damn good recording interface as well.

Lyrically, this is sort of fitting in with my unintentional February theme.

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One Response to Hold On Let Go

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m enjoying following along with the musical exploration

    I had to go back and listen to the first 40 seconds a few times. I was sensing a “Godfather” theme improvisation. Then, after the third listen, I realized I was hearing the “Knight Rider” theme (the old one, not the new one) too! I don’t think anyone could have anticipated that combination, real or imagined!

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