Tags : | Rock | 12.70 MB | FL Studio

Description : A demonstration in contrast.

Always loved Joe Satriani's melodic soloing using the closed wah. Tried a little bit of that along with some tremelo and phase shifter in the bridge.

More Space Rock to expand your mind and blow the cob webs out of the ol ear holes !

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  1. Alien
    Alien on Sat 2nd Mar 2019 - 6 months ago

    Powerful sound, well done!

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks a lot Alienos mi amigo!

  2. clickbaitcabaret
    clickbaitcabaret on Wed 27th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    This was great fun to listen to.I love the rapid change ups. Fantastic work sir!!

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Glad you enjoyed the track. It is all about the fun really so I'm happy to hear that. Thanks for the listen and taking time to drop in here.

  3. royalnation
    royalnation on Wed 27th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    Yeah, I'm a guitarist too. I saw Joe play live in Kansas City in 2004, or 5. He's great, of course. I like all great guitar playing. Your sound and playing here is like his. I have one song on here called "A Day in the News" that has some shredding in it. Can't remember if you checked it out. Nice job with being creative on this track. I like hearing guitars mixed with electronic sounds.

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yeah it always cool to see more guitar enthusiasts joining the ranks. Satriani is a phenomenal guitarist. I just absolutely love his slow, melodic stuff. Well I dig everything he does actually but the more mellow and beautiful songs especially. I did check out the track you mention. Its the monk metal track right? Yeah that's cool man, really dig that.

    Thanks for weighing in on this, much appreciated.

  4. Nous2
    Nous2 on Wed 27th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    J'aime bien l'idée ! effectivement c'est contrasté ! J'aurai bien aimé savoir ce qui se passe dans ta tête au moment de la composition :)
    Bien joué !
    a bientôt

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Nous, Merci pour le commentaire !

    I'm glad you asked about my inspiration for this track !
    My impetus came from reading articles regarding the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. I'm somewhat of a science geek. Scientist's are hoping that the experiments they are conducting with the LHC will provide answers to open questions in Physic's and gain us some incredible knowledge that will benefit mankind and future technologies. But many feel its a doomsday machine, capable of creating a Black Hole that could ultimately destroy us. From my understanding of Physics this is not very probable. But there are many things we still don't know in terms of Quantum Physics.

    The track title makes reference to an elementary particle being caught in a state of energy fluctuation in a vacuum. Something relative to the LHC experiments. It also reflects my feeling so to speak on whether or not we should believe that these experiments are completely safe.

  5. fibonacci1185
    fibonacci1185 on Tue 26th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    It's like trance metal, I wasn't expecting that. odd flex but okay...I can dig it.

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Grazie amico mio fibonacci.

    It is like Trance Metal ! Is there such a thing ? Theres so many Metal sub genres I cant keep up. Anyhow if there is not then lets say...Now there is !

    Thanks so much for giving it a listen and commenting. I will return the favor.

  6. crucethus
    crucethus on Tue 26th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    I love me some contrast. You have delivered. The mix of pads and your crunching g-tar reminds me slightly of Pete Bardens (in songwriting) from Camel. You really are an AMAZING GUITARIST.
    From the heart
    Cru

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks Cru, I really appreciate it man.
    Pete Bardens was great !

  7. damonb
    damonb on Mon 25th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    but dint start messing with the acoustic till 19 80

  8. damonb
    damonb on Mon 25th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    dude I still have my first electric guitar from 89 yet started on acoustic in 78

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hang onto that stuff bro.
    I wish I still had a lot of stuff I got rid of.

  9. damonb
    damonb on Mon 25th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    what it is is too many guitars

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Well, I never said too many guitars.
    You can never have too many guitars.

  10. damonb
    damonb on Mon 25th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    not counting amps not using and other things not using of course

  11. damonb
    damonb on Mon 25th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    I only have 9 pedals and a amp that has buit in fx as well so don't use all pedals at once if I use a pedal its a American simulator amp or british simulator amp pedal or looper have a very nice metal pedal but amp built in fx specializes in metal sound so don't need it I can use the simulator pedals with out amp straight into sound card and get a fender amp or marshal sound depending on pedal

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yeah the amp modeling software is very cool and offers so much choice and versatility. Also a great solution to having all that gear to contend with.

  12. damonb
    damonb on Mon 25th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    no what it is is I have amps stacked 4 foot long synth and too many guitars in one room if I play ill plug thru pedals too amps but if im gona play I must record have a very good sound card but its usb plugs into the lappy witch im climeing thru cables and headphones either nocking the loose usb cable meaning gota reset sound card or knocking over guitars or basses

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Ha ha, well I know what you mean. I know many musicians who just have way too much stuff and are very unorganized. Their studios or practice rooms are junk piles. Its very easy for things to get cluttered and messy.

  13. theHumps
    theHumps on Mon 25th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    Good chit man! Mind expanding sounds....then whoa, wake up call. Now that's the way to intro some guitar. I can really appreciate this, the dichotomy of feeling soothed and chilled out mentally against the intensity and abruptness of the guitar is effective in setting calm, tension and chaos, kinda like the universe itself. Nice composition, arrangement and execution!

    Been watching the science on the electric universe, the thunderbolts project. Man, does that destroy all the science over the last 100 years and explains the universe in such a simple way. Big bang and goodbye to the standard model!!

    Rock on dude, great guitar sound!

    Wayne

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    'I can really appreciate this, the dichotomy of feeling soothed and chilled out mentally against the intensity and abruptness of the guitar is effective in setting calm, tension and chaos, kinda like the universe itself."

    I dig that interpretation Wayne, well put. That's exactly what I was going for! Its a Zen thing, Yin and Yang, balance in nature etc..(Ha ha, I'm full of crap but don't tell anyone) But seriously my impetus to combine the two distinct moods was pretty much just to shock the senses a bit.

    I will have to check out the Thunderbolts project. It sounds pretty wild. I dig all that heavy theorectical stuff ! Was it Neo or Morpheus who referred to humans as being nothing but batteries (a power source) for the Matrix?

    Thanks for the way cool comment brother. Very much appreciated.

  14. Mahloo13
    Mahloo13 on Mon 25th Feb 2019 - 6 months ago

    Great tone on that solo. It's been a while since I've heard music like this posted over here. Great playing as well, good phrasing and good use of vibrato and dynamic range. Love it!

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks Mahloo !
    Very cool of you mentioning the phrasing. Its a real high focal point of mine. I'm very appreciative of your kind words here bro.

  15. damonb
    damonb on Sun 24th Feb 2019 - 7 months ago

    dude ive been playing with loops latey this track you have makes me want to pick up the strings and jam out thankyou for that its just such a pain in the arse all the cables setting up ect

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    I know what you mean. I used to loath setting up and tearing down. I don't know what your particular situation is but if you have too much gear, effects pedals, multiple amp heads, cabs etc., you really need to build a pedal board. I also highly recommend the Switchbone AB-Y amp controller. All I do is plug and unplug my guitars anymore.

  16. damonb
    damonb on Sun 24th Feb 2019 - 7 months ago

    never got into joe when I was 20 lil sister had a boyfriend he was a guitar player that played all joes stuff when we invited him up to the band room he couldn't just jam and cometogether with original band feeding off each others sounds that's how we would make a song and the band wasn't a band yet that's why we tried him out he was no good to us and he got pissed and ran off he would always kill you with music that was alredy a song he was good but he was big headed he kinda destroyed the joe thing for me befor I herd of joe as met him first but dude YOU KILLED THIS SOUNDS AWSOME

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    I had a drummer like that in one of my bands. He wanted to play a drum solo in every song. He was an amazing drummer and had a set like Neal Peart. But he just had no control and was way to full of himself. I let him go after 2 practices. Yeah Satriani is one of those guys you either hate to love or love to hate. I'm in awe of his music and talent but cant listen to too much of it at a time. It gives me an inferiority complex.

    Thanks for your comment bro !

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