Extremely happy best describes how I thankfully feel towards my final refinement of the Healthy Work Ethic audio sculpture series.
My audio sculpting methodology leaves the listener (preferably you) experiencing an audio feast (or such) likely carrying you well-beyond your normal realms — if you follow my suggested way to best listen to my work/play (we’ll get to that below).
Stress Health is all about positivity and “balancivity”, so some familiarity is necessary for listening comfort in this case. This mainly uptempo music relies upon basic grooves and reasonably traditional composition and production for a more inviting effect.
You can visually get a sense of space from moving while seeing the relative motion of objects (and/or such) giving you a sense of distance. Remove motion, however, and sight alone leaves you unaware of dimensional depth.
Your hearing always gives you a sense of space by the many forms of echoes.
I meticulously sculpted a highly complex (albeit positive and/or balanced) sense of space, so you’ll feel that sense colorfully warping in dramatically psychedelic ways preferably impressively inviting more audio sculptors (and their unique audio signatures) into our growing community.
It may even feel somewhat awkwardly disorienting at first (in part because I strive to keep it real, so you’re really feeling likely unprecedented space warping like experiencing the effects of a magical spell), but I hope then it simply becomes an acquired taste. Constructive criticism is always appreciated by yours truly.
Echoes are complexly modulated to form much of that warping sensation, and this coincidentally modulates in my scientific side. Reality Waveform Theory concludes space is energy, which means space (including all of its properties — e.g. dimensionality) modulates in all possible ways.
My audio sculptures, relying upon pure audio energy, basically demonstrate that energetic spatial outcome to preferably inspire scientists to take a much more complex look at spatial possibilities basically infinitely beyond the 11 dimensions (or such) forming an oddly rigid conclusion in a reality demonstrably incapable of actualized linearity, but that’s enough of my scientific digression.
Moreover, complex equalization changes the angle of the sound, so new sounds can dominate to shift the entire orientation of the mix, so there really is a strong sense of being on a ride full of surprising twists.
We’ve only begun my expression involving this deep methodology, and while I have much more music to share here (including that from other entertainment projects — including more updates of some of my/our publications), if people are interested, I’m happy to share my highly detailed techniques to achieve this apparently innovatively and pronouncedly textured effects composition and production.
My highly recommended way to experience Healthy Work Ethic is to turn off the lights, set your best audio system to your loudest comfortable volume, apply a comforting and lawfully used psychedelic (e.g. cannabis) — e.g. Blue Dream — and listen to (i.e. ride) the whole 45 minute long “sonaride”…
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