New KoriSoron Release Now Available Online

Hi Everyone,

Just a quick announcement – we hope to have the physical copies of our new live ep:

A (Live)

A(Live)-Poster

Graphic and Logo by Farzad Golpayegani

out by the end of the year but, for anyone interested,  the digital lossless (i.e. full quality AIF) tracks are available on BandCamp here for $5.

We decided to try to make it an accurate demonstration of what we do live, so there are very few digital interventions in the final tracks and, instead, just documented a live performance with a lot of improvisation that happened on the day we tracked it.

We also decided that since what we do is a live performance with acoustic amps and signal processing, that we would incorporate that into the final recording.  So rather than try to capture a pristine acoustic guitar sound, John Chiara, the engineer, used a combination of mics on the guitar and signals from the amp (direct off of Farzad’s ZT acoustic lunchbox), I had an LR Baggs session DI in the effects loop of my lunchbox and ran a DI out of that.

You can stream the recording for free, but any purchases help us record and document more material and we have a lot of cool material that we’ve been developing.

So your support is appreciated!  Even if you like our facebook page (facebook.com/korisoron) and share the link to the bandcamp page – it helps us get the word out about what we do.

We wanted to record our first release live to document what we do! Live we use some signal processing to get our tones across and we decided to not shy away from the acoustic-electric aspect of what we do.

for more information – see our webpage – korisoron.com or our facebook page facebook.com/korisoron

credits

Scott Collins – Guitar and loops
Farzad Golpayegani – Guitar, loops and violin
Dean Mirabito – Percussion

Recorded by John Chiara at Albany Audio Associates on November 15th 2015.

Mixed and mastered by John Chiara

Artwork, logo and design by Farzad Golpayegani

Special thanks to ZT Amps for their support!

As always, thanks for reading!  Look for another (regularly scheduled) GuitArchitecture post soon.

-SC