“Singularity”: a lot of real instruments, in disguise

In a previous post, I’ve talked about the idea of go back to record some songs using real instruments.
On my new LP ”Singularity”, published on major streaming services today, I’ve recorded a lot of real instruments in disguise.

Indeed, all themes has been played on guitars and ukuleles, recorded and heavy processed in order to obtain strange and unusual sounds.

For example, the loud theme of the title track “Singularity” has been completely performed on a clean guitar: then, with a big rack of effects, has been shaped into the synthetic noise that you can ear in the song. Furthermore, the “synth” solo performed on the end of “Stage Fright” has been recorded with a electric ukulele!
The same process has been performed for almost all themes of the entire album.

Singularity” has been released today on all major music streaming services, including Spotify:

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