Taylor LaFlam

This song benefits from a bunch of software I recently bought from iZotope, an audio company that has a whole array of entirely awesome products. Much of the crazy sweeps and glitches come from them as well as many of the more common audio effects.

Harmonically, I wrote this song to have a constant drone note throughout. This was a fun challenge as the rest of the harmony is non-standard enough that it allowed for weird things like crazy chromatic melodies on top of a constant note.

I debut this song at a party in Taylor's honor.

Released on 18 August 2012.

Taylor LaFlam

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