The Disambiguation Of Anonymeye

by Anonymeye

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Original release on sound&fury, May 2009. This digital re-release includes several alternate album art images photographed by sound&fury label head Adam D. Mills.

Second album from Anonymeye. Though still peppered with his rustic steel-string guitar, The Disambiguation of Anonymeye sees Andrew Tuttle experimenting with analogue synths, creating a multifacteted listening experience of deep, dense drones and shimmering overtones.

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Dedicated to the memory of Adam D. Mills.

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released May 1, 2009

The Disambiguation Of Anonymeye was written, recorded, edited, produced, mixed and performed by Andrew Tuttle throughout 2008.

Created with steel string acoustic guitar, synthesiser (ARP 2500, ARP 2600, Korg MS-20, Nord Modular Lead, Putney VCS3, Roland Jupiter 6, Roland Organ/Strings, Roland SH-1000, Thomas Silvertone), percussion, computer (Audiomulch, Ableton Live, Pro Tools, plugins).

All instrumentation by Andrew Tuttle, except for additional guitar/processing on track five by Cameron Webb, additional percussion on track seven by Tim Condon.

Additional synthesiser/guitar on tracks two, five, six, eight, nine, ten recorded at WORM.studio (Rotterdam), 22-26 September 2008.

Track seven recorded by Tim Condon, February 2008.

Mastered by Cornel Wilczek at Electric Dreams, January 2009.

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Andrew Tuttle Brisbane, Australia

Andrew Tuttle, based in Brisbane, Australia; creates an instrumental sonic convergence of acoustic and electronic tones performed on instrumentation including banjo, acoustic guitar, synthesiser and computer.

Tuttle’s recordings and performances encompass blurred boundaries between composition and improvisation; incorporating elements of abstract folk music and shimmering processed electronics.
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