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NEMO 030
year: 2008

project coordinator:Anders Östberg
mastering: Anders Östberg
artwork:Anders Östberg

The description for this project was to make a composition that reflects our natural environment or wilderness - things that have not been substantially altered by human intervention.

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11 Adam J. Wimbush
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This piece attempts to recreate my emotional experience of a forest in Thailand; this is the furthest from civilisation that I have been with recording equipment outside the UK. The raw recording could easily have been presented alone, so an untreated version runs through the track acting as I kind of 'floor' for other elements to grow and intertwine. So sonically translated are the awesome heat and humidity, the enveloping claustrophobia and isolation and the green foliage in its millions of shapes. As we trekked further into the undergrowth the unidentifiable animal noises ringing out all around us got more and more intense as they signalled intruder alert to the whole forest. Here you could really believe there was a magical force at work both beautiful and intimidating, I hope if you shut your eyes and listen to this track it could transport you to this place, enjoy.
comment 15.10.2008: raul bonell (www.myspace.com/theplayingorchestra)
  alert!. mastery on this track sighted.
may i ask to mr. wimbush to mix
my home projects in the future?
how did you managed to blend all those creatures
into a tiny stereo file?
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