Dave Halverson | 1991

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by Dave Halverson

Fun instrumental guitar rock recorded in 1991, with funk, metal, and experimental edges.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. A Walk in the Park
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2. Bigger than Life
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3. The Child Asks Why
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4. Red Velvet
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5. Mood Swing
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6. Out There
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1991 was recorded on a Fostex 1/4" reel 8-track recorder in St. Louis, MO in 1991, and mixed in 2009. These songs were recorded one at a time over the course of the year (1991). The recording atmosphere was very open, adventurous, and often completely experimental. This project would not have been possible without the help of Scott Lowrey (drum programming, engineering, other instruments) and Mark Heupel (bass).

Most of the original multi-track recordings were preserved over the years. Tracks 5, 7, 8, and 9 were reconstructed using old in-progress rhythm track mixes and isolated sections and/or instruments transferred from cassette. The process was sometimes very time-consuming, both in conceiving the reconstruction, and in sonically making the parts fit. A few missing parts were re-recorded. These parts were painstakingly recreated to match the original as exactly as possible.

The guitars used were an Electra Westone Dynasty XV-2, a Kramer XKG-10, and a Fender American Stratocaster. Some songs used unusual tunings I have developed, the remainder were in standard tuning. Guitar amplification was often an old QSC power amp through an ADA 2x12 cabinet, or a Roland JC-77 or Roland JC-120. Also used often were the Boss DS-1, OD-2, FT-2, OC-2, PH-2, CS-3, the Digitech DSP-128+ and Digitech DSP-256, and a BK Butler Tube Driver rack module. The keyboard used was an old Ensoniq. The drums were programmed using an Alesis SR-16 drum machine.



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