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It´s been a while since I posted new music here and at the moment I am still in the process of developing things.
Lately I discovered the extensive "making of"-documentations to the "Lord of the Rings"-Trilogy and loved it (more than the actual movies). So here is my first attempt at a "making of":
Right now I´m recording guitars and voices and arrange loops of these in ableton live. The singing technique is inspired by the Kargyraa-singing practiced in Mongolia and Tuva, the rythms and structures bear a reference to central african pygmy music.

In the end the material I develope right now will be played on stage by a group of musicians, combined with electronics, costumes, and interactive video. Of course in the course of working on it, ideas will evolve but the overall picture is already there and I am enthusiastic to start working on it!

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