Fe2O3 from One Day to Save All Life

For my first few entries in 2009 I would like to take a quick look back at music that I’ve been involved in in 2008. One of my favorite tracks from Keston and Westdal’s album One Day to Save All Life is Fe2O3 which we named after the chemical composition of iron oxide. This is the middle piece in a group of three gapless tracks on the album, so unfortunately it has an abrupt start and end. A much better way to hear it is in sequence with the previous and subsequent tracks in gapless format as it was mastered on the CD. In any case, I am fond of the abundant processing we used creating a textural atmosphere on this piece.


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