Stop. And. Listen.
Somewhere along the way we stopped listening.
We watched and listened. Read and listened. Wrote and listened. Played games and listened.
And great music became hidden.
Hidden by the din of loud trains. Hidden in the spectacular visual effects of music videos. Hidden in low-quality formats. Hidden by our inattention.
A lot of art shrinks when exposed to a shifting focus, but music falls hardest.
Our ears are magical because they can completely trick our brain. They can take us to a pacific forest or an african bazaar. But we can go further with music — new places that never existed before.
Musicians use textures, tones, balance and placement to create a new physical and emotional places that never existed before — and our ears are the only way to get there.
All you need is focus, content and equipment.
We bring our own focus, artists create the content but for years we built
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