Hybridised Production Techniques; making music breathe…

April 8, 2014 § Leave a comment

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A few recent discussions prompted me to think about sharing a bit of what I actually do to create Echo Us music. To the initiated some of this may seem elementary, but in actual practice in a contemporary music setting the processes here are often lost. As a result many ‘pop’ music productions lack the basic tenants of music- Music moves, it flows almost always slightly out of time and space. You hear fine details of an acoustic instrument, and electronic music should reflect those delicacies in almost all situations.

In an era of mass-produced, pre-set driven beating of drums, I think exploring the delicacy of music is more than called for- Ethan

 

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