The Making of OM Meditation
Lately I’ve been getting into more and more recording at my small studio, where I’m learning so much. Just this last two weeks I have finally had some time to set up my new upgraded microphone and preamp. Wow what a difference it makes when you have good gear. Everything is more articulate and colourful.
I didn’t have a plan when I started this track, a clean slate as they say. I just wanted to create and record with my new gear. I found myself dipping into Tibetan singing bowls to start with. Overall I played about 10 Tibetan singing bowls, from large to small in size. I was really curious to find out how my voice sounded with the new microphone, so I recorded myself singing the word OM. I was pleasantly surprised to find that I was in tune. I then began singing three and four part harmonies. Add in some confidence and a great microphone and walla!
I began arranging the meditation piece using three simple chords that matched my singing bowls. I spent more time on mixing the overall track. At this stage this is where I spend most of my time when experimenting…mixing, which I really enjoy. I am learning all the time and boy there is SO much to learn.
Listen to OM Meditation with my images of Uluru
Uluru experience and meditation
Just a few months ago my husband and I travelled to the beautiful Uluru for the first time. We explored and had taken lots of photos, (my husband loves photography), I just point the camera and hope for the best. There is no other place I’ve been that is like Uluru, it really is a special place. I wish I could articulate it better… I hope the music and images can get across how I feel about this special place.
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