Kármán Lines by Elliott Sharp, BandCamp, 2021 on #neuguitars #blog

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Kármán Lines by Elliott Sharp, BandCamp, 2021 on #neuguitars #blog

Kármán Lines | Elliott Sharp (bandcamp.com)


The “Kármán line” is both an abstract construct and a geopolitical definition created to delineate the upper border of Earth’s atmosphere and the beginning of “outer space”. These new compositions by Elliott Sharp extend the abstraction to manifest a series of sonic meditations on this zone and the vectors representing the physical forces present there.

Kármán Lines was performed on a Godin Duet Multiac electroacoustic guitar modified with a fretless neck and tuned in the baritone range. Sharp uses a selection of extended techniques as well as the EBow but no other preparations or objects.


released September 30, 2021

Produced by Elliott Sharp

Performed by E# on a custom Godin fretless baritone electro-acoustic guitar

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Studio zOaR – NYC, August 2021