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After 9000kms, our documentary team, Bart Izoard from SoundBringer and Ozgûr Yalcin from the Turkish band Karagünes has brought home a lot of amazing moments to share with you. We are currently editing the film we made during this amazing musical journey across Europe.
Here are some scenes from the movie.
Sercan Gider - Darbuka Performance On İstiklal
 
 

 

A collaboration between two French musicians, lying somewhere between 'The Cure' and 'Etienne Daho' with a touch of 'Pink Floyd', this Boat is bound to glory!

GET 'Maelstrom' (in MP4)

Listen to this and more HERE!

In 2013, Artists from Gezi Park in Istanbul inspired the whole country into a fight to save the trees from their park, all which then led to a revolution, a street band at the centre of this story is "Kara Günes", which means "Black Sun".

We worked with them from Istambul to the French region of Ariège to collaborate on the mixes and finally master the album 'Mevsimler Geçti'. Their music is amazing, and you can download some of their music for free on their website - http://www.karagunes.net

After a long wait, we finally recorded the first songs with Milan (lead singer from 'Mawaran') and his band blending a subtle cast of eastern and western flavors and featuring a plethora of acoustic instruments recorded through our mikes and outboard. Needless to say we are very impatient to share the final mixes with you!!

Check the studio page to see a few more photos from this week's session.

To be continued..

A great book to start 'The Mastering Engineer's Handbook'

If you are interested in the history of the Art of Mastering, do check out these articles..

http://www.dangerousmusic.com/learning-center/mastering

Also worth a visit, this blog:

All about producing and mastering audio for disc, the web and beyond http://mworksmastering.blogspot.fr/

On a very ordinary day in Saint-Girons, I had the chance to meet this amazing woman and especially her enchanting voice for a quick recording, go to the Media Player to hear her blessings to the Ariège.

Sainkho Namtchylak came from the little republic of Russia called Tuva, and since 1987, she has brought her own ethnic roots to the worlds of jazz and fusion music, electronic music, such as trance, techno.... She has a unique voice with a range of seven octaves.

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