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An ALL-Ciat-Lonbarde-ALBUM

Post by Montgomery Word » Mon Dec 03, 2018 12:39 am

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Howdy all,

Just finished this album made entirely from Ciat Lonbarde instruments. All songs made while doing an artist’s residency at the Sou’wester Lodge in Long Beach, Washington this summer. It was super fun just bringing up wooden toys and keeping things super simple.

Anyways, here it is! (Just click on the photo)

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Post by YE'OLDE BOY » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:30 am

Hi there Montgomery Word it sound great checking it out now.
I can't see on your band camp where you would get a tape ?

And which wooded goodness tools did you use?
any pictures of the set up?
nice :yay:

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Post by Montgomery Word » Mon Dec 03, 2018 12:56 pm

YE'OLDE BOY wrote:Hi there Montgomery Word it sound great checking it out now.
I can't see on your band camp where you would get a tape ?

And which wooded goodness tools did you use?
any pictures of the set up?
nice :yay:
My Bandcamp is


And my setup I used was
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Post by YE'OLDE BOY » Mon Dec 03, 2018 1:12 pm

Super nice set up, lots of options there :banana:
I was on the right band camp the whole album is cool lots of grit, I see where you can get a digital copy but I don't see where you tap to get a tape :despair:

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Post by ookrsia » Mon Dec 03, 2018 1:29 pm

What's the big black thing on the down left?

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Post by YE'OLDE BOY » Mon Dec 03, 2018 1:41 pm

Ha once I finish work it's like my brain goes to sleep :oops:
I like the way it has lots of short pieces, it's downloading now cheers,
I'm chuffed :tu:

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Post by Montgomery Word » Tue Dec 04, 2018 2:10 am

YE'OLDE BOY wrote:Super nice set up, lots of options there :banana:
I was on the right band camp the whole album is cool lots of grit, I see where you can get a digital copy but I don't see where you tap to get a tape :despair:


Oops! It was too far down.

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Post by Montgomery Word » Tue Dec 04, 2018 2:20 am

ookrsia wrote:What's the big black thing on the down left?
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Its called the Sidraw. It’s an adaptation of the Sidrax, by Meng Qi, with 7 added touch plates and 16 capacitor/vca’s. It’s superb, and I believe I have the only one. I bought it after asking Meng Qi how I could get close to the Sidrolz. He told me he was building such a thing that maybe I could have. I said YAY and promptly found myself wondering what to take on an artists residency, and hence this album was made in 5 days in a cabin on the Washington coast right next to the ocean. It was super magical, only bringing ciat lonbarde. so weird and wrong and beautiful.

Anyways, here’s the last track on the album which features the SIDRAW. It was recorded on my last day in the cabin. It’s called “Praise the Sun”.

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Post by ookrsia » Tue Dec 04, 2018 5:27 am

Montgomery Word wrote: Its called the Sidraw. It’s an adaptation of the Sidrax, by Meng Qi, with 7 added touch plates and 16 capacitor/vca’s. It’s superb, and I believe I have the only one. I bought it after asking Meng Qi how I could get close to the Sidrolz. He told me he was building such a thing that maybe I could have. I said YAY and promptly found myself wondering what to take on an artists residency, and hence this album was made in 5 days in a cabin on the Washington coast right next to the ocean. It was super magical, only bringing ciat lonbarde. so weird and wrong and beautiful.

Anyways, here’s the last track on the album which features the SIDRAW. It was recorded on my last day in the cabin. It’s called “Praise the Sun”.
Cool, thanks!

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Re: An ALL-Ciat-Lonbarde-ALBUM

Post by ignacio » Thu Mar 12, 2020 9:06 pm

I've gone all CL in the last year - PB2, Tetrax, Rollz-5 and a Cocolase. I am over the moon. There's definitely a learning curve but the journey is worth it.

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