An interesting musical experiment by musician Steve-san ‘Samurai Guitarist’ Onotera.
What he’s done here is perform an incredibly slow instrumental cover of Here Comes The Sun by the Beatles, taking a full half hour (appropriately, either side of dawn) to pick all the notes. He then speeds up the recording by a factor of 20, approximating the speed of the original.
The result is a strange, not unpleasing modulated violin effect.
Steve-san discusses it in more detail here.
Much as you suspected.
Data source: Encyclopaedia Metallum
(H/T: John Gallen)
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