In my “Casual Charge” post, I embedded a version of my original song of the same title, and declared it finalized.
I settled upon that goal, because I mentioned the Cannaflow event to be held upon the then-soon-upcoming June 18, and somewhat hastily needed that post to get published with the included finalized song for that event.
I even felt comfortable with that finalization, as apparently were those of you who thankfully liked that post.
While enthusiastically coming back this October 14 at The Yoga Loft studio in Marblehead, Massachusetts (there will likely be a followup post with timing and a signup link, if you are interested), Cannaflow was sadly cancelled due to insufficient signups during a misfitting time of the year.
My good friend (who has an excellent producer mindset) found the trumpeting sound in “Casual Charge” distracting in its prominence, so with the event cancelled, I agreeably returned to casually charge naturally forward to shift the audio perspective accordingly.
The inevitable limits of perspective reveals blind spots, which are in the eye of the beholder. There sincerely is nothing wrong with that trumpeting resonance, if it works for you (like it did for me then).
In this case, my friend communicated an angle that revealed my relative blind spot, so I simply chose to go with my friend’s convincing perspective.
If you are not already listening, the embed atop this post expresses the genuinely finalized result — one provided by adherence to my natural calling for your meditative mind.
The trumpeting sounds are softened and vary to blend in harmoniously with the musical environment, and many other tweaks were made along the natural way.
I hope those of you who liked the “Casual Charge” post also like this one.
If this song gives you a valuable experience and you want to support this appreciating artist, then to experience the most pristine listening expression of this song, buy the audiophile-quality (24-bit uncompressed) version at the reputable Bandcamp… https://stresshealth.bandcamp.com/track/casual-charge
After gently wrestling with this piece for many years, It is thankfully truly time for me to move on to a healthy amount of other works to serve our growing community.