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Zero Order Phase

Discussion in 'Neil Kernon - Auslander' started by Genius Gone Insane, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. Genius Gone Insane

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    Neil -- hope you are doing well. I had my fingers crossed you would be working on the new Loomis album, but had no such luck. Did you get a chance to listen to it? Thoughts?
     
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    There are a few loops on that track. I didn't use any real drum takes, just loops on that song.
     
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    Haven't had a chance to hear it yet. Looking forward to it a lot though.
     
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    I am still spinning Zero Order Phase a few times a week. I think this record is incredible.
     
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    Glad you're enjoying it!
     
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    Jeff's been my favorite guitar player for a long, long time. I still listen to the solo records and all the Nevermore material on a pretty consistent basis. It's so fun watching Jeff play live, too. He's a monster on stage! Ferocious!
     

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