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Description : This track came about through a great collaboration with Salook and N0mad 23. This will be... as N0mad put it... the third panel of the painting. Without Salook and N0mad, I wouldn't have been able to make it fly in a different direction.
You can hear N0mad23's work

"Digital Aboriginalism - Osmosis and the Veil' here : https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/92707:

And Salook's work: " Ham Radio" here : https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/95256

Two great tracks, that each, have laced with their signature sound. I think that this track is a great mash of a few different genres and some great imagery, creating a really different vibe.. From the intro,there's a working contrast throughout the track. War and peace with a little depth, so that hopefully everyone that listens... can interpret it differently. Not the direction I set off in, but it's where I landed. I used fruity loops, reFex Nexus, and Reason...with stems that were manipulated to life by Salook , n0mad23 and myself . Intro and Omega manipulated and constructed with audacity. .Take a listen.

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  1. jay777sin
    jay777sin on Wed 15th Jan 2020 - 1 week ago

    Killer. Love the voices speaking sweet liberty in the background.

  2. supernut66
    supernut66 on Tue 30th Jan 2018 - 1 year ago

    wow cool

  3. arkeyetexture
    arkeyetexture on Fri 18th Feb 2011 - 8 years ago

    Well i had listened to both of the other versions before heading hear. and i got to say im glad i saved this one for last.
    super plesant suprise how differnt this one is. super contrasting but really seems to tie the three toghether nicely. i am very glad to have taken that trip. Awesome production freind, brilliant concept! great stuff!
    Bless!

    Avonaco
    Reply by Avonaco

    For me... the one thing that's really cool about reading reviews isn't someones critique on production or the mix and master. It has to be how other people relate and interpret the music. That's priceless. Thanks Arkeyetexture for the review and kind words.

  4. MCHN
    MCHN on Tue 15th Feb 2011 - 8 years ago

    I listened to this after seeing Nomad's post in the forums and was blown away by the song(s) as a whole. The title alone makes me wonder. In the context of the track I to get a political vibe. Not a menacing form of dissent, more of a frustration or bleak view. Sonically the whole track is great. The rapid percs mixed with that heavy kick create a cool rush feel. Makes for some great imagery. I'm wondering what that low end sound is. Didgeridoo or a bull roarer. Very unique sound though. Cheer's on a great track and collaboration :D

    Avonaco
    Reply by Avonaco

    N0mad23 supplied the yes... bull roarer and it fit really nicely. And honestly, the sound I was looking for took me in this direction and kinda by surprise. Thanks for the ear.

    -Peace

  5. Salook
    Salook on Mon 14th Feb 2011 - 8 years ago

    Can never get sick of this beat man...again this gets me moving, the breakdowns are neat to me and in the 'Now' after finding out the order of the tracks the outro of this piece seems perfect for the introduction into Ham radio...each track almost a prelude into the next and it works for me...great work with melding the percussions..the ambience make the track wide opening listening also.

    Thanks again for the collab and so glad you accepted the offer of doing so....dabbling with the Mardi Gras vibe and fusing the African percussion with your Apache drums seems distant now and the way it has evolved since then has been a treat to witness.

    cheers bro and good work

    S

    Avonaco
    Reply by Avonaco

    Dude... it turned out pretty good. I appreciate the work you've put into this collaboration as well. I believe that all three were influenced by the ground work YOU laid down. From some stuff sitting in the closet into three..count em'..three great variants of the the same formula. This collab has introduced me to a different way to not only hear but listen to the music as well. Not to be braggadocios... but I believe we all did right by the music. Glad you dig the track bro. THAT'S what's up.

    Cheers!!

  6. Phyruis
    Phyruis on Mon 14th Feb 2011 - 8 years ago

    some great ideas here brother... you set the sound scape up well...for me theres a few things amybe fx that could have been add to give it more texture and more interesting to listen all the way through... the production is good...all the elements work well together...really make you feel the track...nice...keep 'em coming brother

    Avonaco
    Reply by Avonaco

    The saying goes.. a song is never finished... only abandoned. I understand what you mean about the possible addition of things FX wise to the track. But I think that the track sits nicely. Didn't want to overload and make it to heavy with much more going on. Good ear though. Thanks for the review and the listen.

    Cheers!

  7. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Mon 14th Feb 2011 - 8 years ago

    First, this had to be a beast to mix because of all the elements you have going on.....you have something occupying just about every frequency. Unbelievable how well balanced this is.

    I like music that makes me think. This did just that.

    I'm intrigued with this project - it certainly has three really talented people working on it.

    Well done. I'm off to "view" the next panel of the painting.

    Bear

    Avonaco
    Reply by Avonaco

    Actually... it took less time than I had originally thought it would. As far as the music making you think... that's cool. It's layered with so many angles, that everyone is bound to visualize something and/or feel a certain vibe. Thanks for the review and the listen.

    Peace

  8. n0mad23
    n0mad23 on Sun 13th Feb 2011 - 8 years ago

    Instantly faved. I really love how resolution (interpretation) lies with the audience in this piece.

    On one hand, I can hear "Action Figure" as a sort of sonic fetish - one that can be used by either the defender or aggressor as gris-gris for aggressive action. Who needs bullet proof jackets when you've got sonic protection? Behind this is a kind of "reality" that's completely ambivalent to the short term actions of the human agents. Geological time prevails.

    Amazing how you've fused so many musical traditions in this piece.

    Brilliant.

    Avonaco
    Reply by Avonaco

    I'm kinda digging your insight on music mate. The way you can feel the music is great and shows the depth and love you have dancing with it. And I'm glad you really dig the track bro. Three of three... right?
    Thanks for the review N0mad23!

  9. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sun 13th Feb 2011 - 8 years ago

    This is a haunting soundscape! Great flute sounds! Very intriguing track, and inspiring too!

    Avonaco
    Reply by Avonaco

    Its cool that you liked the track. The flutes were made by Salook. I manipulated them with audacity and g snap. Came out pretty good. Thanks for the ear bro.

  10. MStokes
    MStokes on Sun 13th Feb 2011 - 8 years ago

    a v effective mix - makes me think of malik's 'thin red line' in terms of cinematic juxtaposition - nature/beauty vs war/horror - wrenching, much respect

    Avonaco
    Reply by Avonaco

    That's what's up. What I really dig about the track is the contrast. How much can be symbolized and balanced depends the listener. But most of all... I think it all came together kind of cool.

    Thanks for the review.

  11. theHumps
    theHumps on Sun 13th Feb 2011 - 8 years ago

    You have two great producers that you chose to work with, I recognise the music from their great tracks. The bird at the beginning of the song reminds me of when I kayak, I always hear that bird call, ha. Mix sounds pretty good and I love the sound of the bull roarers, nice job on this one.

    Wayne

    Avonaco
    Reply by Avonaco

    Thanks mate. Those two are talented... and I'm glad you lent a ear and liked the track.
    peace

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