sábado, 11 de julio de 2015

David Torn


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David Torn (born 26 May 1953) is an American composerguitarist, and music producer. He is known for the organic blending/manipulation of electronic and acoustic instruments and performance techniques that have an atmospheric or textural quality and effect. He is particularly well known for his influence on the development of looping effects.
Torn has contributed to recordings by artists including David Bowiek.d. langJohn LegendMadonnaTori AmosBill BrufordTony LevinMick KarnDavid SylvianChocolate GeniusMichael ShrieveSteve RoachPatrick O'HearnAndy RinehartMatt Chamberlain,Meshell Ndegeocello and Don Cherry. He has produced a Grammy-winning recording for Jeff Beck, as well as recordings for Tim Berne, Drew Gress, Dave DouglasDouglas September, and many others. In addition to his composition work, Torn's recording have been featured in a number of films, including Friday Night LightsVelvet GoldmineAdaptationThe Big LebowskiThe DepartedFurThe HoaxKaliforniaTrafficReversal of FortuneTibet, and Three Kings. He studied with Leonard Bernstein (within the "Music for Young Composers" series), as well as with guitarists John AbercrombiePat Martino, Paul Weiss and Arthur Basile.[1] Torn works out of his personal studios, known as Cell Labs; occasionally, he uses the pseudonym "splattercell."

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