Another of the all-one-guitar + resonator network pieces. This one uses the Danelectro baritone, with one channel going through the resonator network. I tracked some compatible parts, and putting them together...didn't work. Rather than scrap the whole piece, I started over with arranging the parts, relying less on repeating one chord progression and keeping parts a bit shorter. Then I tracked a few new parts in each of three tracks to fill in gaps.
There's a convolution reverb on all three of these, and Wide & Warm compression on the output.
The title comes from what may have been the meaning of the Onojutta-Haga word that was the source of the name for the Juniata River.
A quick, mostly in-the-box track: trap kit single-hits, 909 kick on occasion, hand claps, tabla, Analog percussion, Operator upright bass, and Bastl Kastle synth for flavor. I had a few other voices in this and took them out. Lots of auto-filter, some auto-filter modulation on the delay send for some dub feeling.
Title from looking up the number 25 and seeing that the French department of Doubs is 25. (Could have called this "Doubs," but it wasn't quite dubby enough.)
Some percussion and electric piano around a sine-wave-modulator-generated sample.