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:( Because Tim Miller is a beast! He should do some more classical theory compositions! Do some for classical guitar, the reprise in Blindfolds aside is one of my favorite moments in the PTH discog!!
Eli McKenna
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Eli McKenna I remember hearing the interlude version on Fortress back in 2008. I was 13 years old and my little mind was blown. I always loved how PTH would have all these little interludes between their songs. It made the transition between tracks a lot more entertaining. It's really cool that Timmy Tim decided to expand on "Isosceles" like this. PTH has always been one of my favorite bands because they're all collectively amazing musicians, as a band, and individually and this song proves it.
Matthew LeBrun
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Matthew LeBrun Always had hoped there would be an extended version of this. So beautiful.
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This is the first from the triangles series of songs that I have been working on. It first appeared as an interlude on Protest The Hero's Fortress, but I decided to extend it and build on the idea. Also, although it was originally recorded on a keyboard, we transposed it so the notes were a different pitch than when they were played on the piano. This will make it sound slightly different but should make a little more sense to those piano players out there. It was a great experience recording on a real grand piano for the first time and I wanted it to sound real and raw with limited production to beef it up. Enjoy.


released March 2, 2015
Written and performed by Tim MacMillar
Recorded by Darren 'Jeter' Magierowski at Jukasa Studios
Mastered by: João Carvalho at João Carvalho Mastering
Artwork borrowed from and tweaked by Elizabeth Wood




Timerity Toronto, Ontario

This is an outlet for some of the musical ideas I've written over the last couple
of years. I usually gravitate to the piano when writing, but have some guitar ideas. I hope to do some guitar and piano music as well. Any funds that come in from the sale of these songs will be used in the creation of more music. Thanks for checking it out! --Tim MacMillar ... more

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