Live Mix Breakdown – Factory of Hope, Mechanism, and Virus
Breakdown of Factory of Hope, Mechanism, and Virus.
I’ve been sick the past few weeks, which means a lack of content coming out of The Silence Noise camp.
I tried to make up for this today, spending over an hour providing some deeper insight into my track this week, Factory of Hope, as well as the previous instrumentals Mechanism and Virus.
In particular, Factory of Hope was a deep mixing process with a lot of different instruments in the mix fighting for space. The track includes three sets of vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, double bass strings, a violin section, piano, drums, and much more.
In the other two releases, the songs based around the themes of “Analog” and “Distortion,” are shorter and were mostly generated from my phone and tablet before finishing them on the mix station.
Happy to share this breakdown with you!
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The Silence Noise (n) - The moment before the music begins. The hushed moment of anticipation and build up of energy. Also, a local electronic rock project from the Boston area by Ken Course. Includes elements of various types of rock including progressive rock, ethereal rock, industrial, metal, and electronic music.