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I recorded this tune when I was studying digital music production at Miramar College in San Diego in 2002. It was a project that was completed and submitted as one of my class assignments. The piano and drums are stock sounds from an E-Mu XK-6 synthesizer. I improvised the guitar lead over the top. The guitar I played was my 1982 Fender Stratocaster loaded with Lace Sensor Gold pickups and plugged into a HHB Fatman 2 preamp. The output of the preamp went into a Tascam US-428 and the audio was recorded to disk using Steinberg Cubase VST software. When I completed the track and was ready to turn it in I had no title for it, but one was required. I hastily decided to call it Ninety Four (at the time stylized as 9D4) which represented the sum of the 6 strings of the guitar and the 88 keys of the piano. My resulting grade for the project was an F. My professor said I would have gotten an A if it wasn't for the lousy title! Just kidding... I got an A.