"Xenochrony is a studio-based musical technique developed at an unknown date, but possibly as early as the early 1960s, by Frank Zappa, who used it on several albums. Xenochrony is executed by extracting a guitar solo or other musical part from its original context and placing it into a completely different song, in order to create an unexpected but pleasing effect. He said that this was the only way to achieve some rhythms." - Wikipedia
i used this technique some when i first started making music back in junior high. not very successfully but it was fun none the less. i really like its application in general.
anybody got anything relevant to share? id love to hear something new
can make for some very strange vibes