Liebe Blog-Besucher/innen,

Dear visitors of my blog,

 

herzlich willkommen in meinem Blog! Welcome to my blog!
 
Hey out there, what an awesome Imbolc:
My album has gone live!!!

I have just found it and listened to it on Apple Music/iTunes and Spotify.

All in all I am at peace and happy with the results and the release has been processed so quickly and smoothly, thanks to DistroKid.

 

Now it's up to you guys, stream me ... You'll find my album on ...:
iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon ... 
Click here to find all the links together, including some previews ... once again thanks to my distributor :).

Blessed be, AnU Skyrún, Imbolc, February 2020.

 

 

Past the Crossroads (The Sorcerer Part One) - Sketch for film music project ...

Blog-Wise >>

Am studying a lot these days (and nights). Trying to manifest what I learn about mixing and technical stuff into my current projects ... one huge and still beginner-level piece of work is my film-music-project. So here comes a rather rough composition, accompanying Sorcerer when he has passed the crossroads and the Nornir/Fates stand aside, veiled in clouds and foggy sceneries to watch (and manipulate) his steps. During the icy nights of an icelandic winter he has to get his guts and courage and desperation fixed to journey to the sacred island in the north ... he does not know though, that something is following him on his path ... likewise desperated and past its crossroads as himself ... 

 

Multilayered composition and I had some "almost-nervous-breakdowns" during my various attempts to get the different rhythmic patterns together and somewhat  "fitting to one another" *argx. Theoretically it is pretty easy in Logic as long as it is a Midi-file/-track. But it was not easy at all mainly due to latency-impact and my visionary stubborness wanting to add FX (effects) stuff here and there (and not wanting to spread them across the whole track). I have learnt a lot out of that ... not only techniquewise, also "novelwise" as creating sounds for my novel-characters opens new pathways to communicate with them and understand their storylines more deeply.

 

For the blogversion I added a track of solo tenor-flute ... (real flute). Recorded live with Logic Pro X.

 

⇒ Audio

 

Please note and respect: Tenor flute, Synth, Composition, Arrangement, Mix © Ann-Uta Beißwenger 2019

 

 

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