My Splash post introduced Healthy Work Ethic, so if you missed that post, then feel free to check it out.
Splash enters with a splash (oddly enough) and hits the listener (preferably you) with a fairly complex production somewhat obscuring the basics of the detailed spatial effects warping technique that I’ve been arduously refining for roughly over a decade in my very humble studio.
Good Day begins with a reasonably slow introduction of instrumentation, and each instrument is detailed in its spatial effects. You can really get a sense of how dramatic this spatial warping effect is upon listening to Good Day, because you can hear dramatic spatial shifting when the first verse enters your mind in spatially colorful ways.
That dramatic impact basically doesn’t exist upon casual listening during engagement in some other activity (i.e. as background music), so feel free to let that consideration enter your mind first, if that impact interests you.
If you haven’t listened to the whole audio sculpture collection yet, then you’re apparently in for a treat upon doing so in the following manner, because the seamless path of the sculptures forms a ride that will launch you way out there upon listening in a way fitting my recommendation specified in my Splash post…
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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