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Ian C. Bouras shares The Art of Saving Falcons

Date: Mar 05, 2015

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New York, NY, March 5th, 2015 -- Ian C. Bouras continues to push the limits of looping. Ian has something called Ataxia, a relatively unknown neurological condition.
He has attached a guitar synth to his guitar, and plays bass, piano, synth, guitar, and other instruments live from the guitar synth and then loops them to create a full band.
He plays everything through a delay pedal, a phase shifter, and, several other pedals, and manipulates the sounds live, so he gets to be a composer, musician, and audio engineer all at the same time, and not a lot of people get to do that, so he considers himself lucky.
When discussing his condition Ian said "I am not thrilled about having Ataxia, but I am happy to be forging my own path. As people say, necessity is the mother of invention.

The Art of Saving Falcons can be viewed at:

Ataxia is a largely unknown condition, and Ian will be performing his live looping since that is becoming one of his few creative outlets. Ian C. Bouras will also be making more people aware of, and educating them about, Ataxia.

A DVD of Ian's looping music is in the works, and is scheduled to be filmed in 2015.

All of Ian's music, including many free downloads, can be found at:

For more information about Ataxia please visit:

Ian C. Bouras
2025 Broadway, Suite 23K
New York, NY 10023
Tel: (646) 391-8488

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