i cannot tell the genre, if you have some idea to tag this music please tell me! :-)
i want to stress that all the instruments were played and recorded by myslef at home (i admit i have some difficult with some of them and i used a lot of audio editing! ), and that the only samples are the one from the piano (anyway played with my keyboard) and the percussion/drums.
This is the instrument list (in order of appearance):
Drying clothes rack – look here ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxUsSbhlckg ) for furhter informations... :-)
electric guitar Hamer Slammer archtop series
classical guitar Alhambra 3C
bass Ibanez soundgear
12 string acoustic guitar
erhu (chinese violin)
acoustic guitar Yamaha CPX5
dizi (chinese flute)
panflute from the andes
fujarka (slovak flute)
piano (samples from Garritan Orchestra)
Rayzoon Jamstix for drum parts
synths: Korg 01RW, Yamaha TG77, Creamware Minimax
Valiha (traditional instrument from Madascar)
Flute (classical traverse flute)
electrical guitar Yamaha Pacifica
Creamware B2003 (hammond)
the electric guitar and bass sounds are made with creamware Dynatube.
Preamp: SM pro audio TB202 (used also for the direct recording of bass and guitars)
Mic: roytek CM200WB
mix and mastering with Creamware/Sonic Core board
what do you think about this piece and, most important, of the sounds and the mix?
I have also the idea about making a video of this piece, with me playing all these instruments, but this will come only in some months.... :-)
Re: Alchemy of the worlds - i play more than 15 instruments!
Genre, you ask? Why -- it's pure Bosi, if course!
An excellent job on this, Matteo; impressively well
done. And seriously, I don't know what genre it
might be; but I do know I thoroughly enjoyed the
listen to this richly inventive, beautifully produced
Many compliments! This is top-flight work, my
friend, in every regard.