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Max Adams, a sound designer: I was looking for a “new sound”. The idea was to make a hurricane dance music. That wasn’t a big deal... But on my way, I met a lot of obstacles, and that have finally much influenced on the result. I decided to experiment and not to plan in advance what and where will be located, how long will each part be. The track was written on the fly, to where it was going to. I worked at it for a long time and reached an uncommon structure. I would have never invented that other ways. Something like: several instrument were playing, all of a sudden one of them started going mad, all other tools caught that too, and they interlace all together, jumping to one or the other stereo channel, flying up and falling down, slowing down and speeding up, and at some point they got together again. This was a very unusual approach to make effects. It was very time consuming, because you have to create an individual effect for every instrument playing at a time. Not just send them all to general “SEND” and work it up all at once, but each had to be done separately.
Until the very end I didn’t know how to bring this experiment to an end, because the more craziness I put into each of the instruments, the more difficult it was to unite them all back, so that it looked like they were each a part of another and couldn’t exist by itself. All tool kit seemed to sound as a “madman set”: digital guitar, that I synthesized with a special guitar synthesizer “Tension”, as well as a very specific bass that was to be the basis of the mix. All of these were distantly resembling “acid trance”. And, in spite of the fact, I am not a “trance man”, I’d been delighted with that what came out. It sounded original!
Through the work, the track had grown up to 40 audio sources. I worked with it for about 3 months, but the audio sources could hardly be joined. If some tools were removed - the magic disappeared. It was remixed many times over and over again, each tool had been being finely adjusted, set on its proper place. Ultimately, I quit this job, being sure that I could never finish it, that seemed to be impossible. The sound didn’t ring as I expected.
A few months later my friend, a music lover, listened to that. He was so much impressed, and that inspired me to accomplish my mission. It was a great surprise for me that all the sounds flew smoothly into one holistic creature. The track even acquired a queer vocals with the "Pre-Delay” effect . It’s when we first hear the echo, and then there is the sound itself. A bit weird and "dragging" effect. Talking about vocals, I haven’t met such a hook before, although it is likely to meet. The voice originally belongs to our band’s vocalist Diana. But I found it cute to work it out to sound as a unisex, even a masculine.
To get some inspiration to create “Crazy Outburst” I listened to many hits in a rock genre: "AC / DC" and others. I decided to borrow the achievements of worldwide genius guys. I adopted some scales and harmonies to my track from that rock stuff. They were shifted around, I got the better of its rhythmic components and melodies. Those sets of tones lie heavily deep inside of us, in our childhood. This sound produces a powerful effect on our mentality, and causes strong associative feelings.
It needs to mention, that the track is made with some extreme equalization. There are some frequencies that are almost beyond the range of human hearing range. On a good acoustic system it makes it sound rich and lively. Partly, this is done to get a particular vibration of the bass around the space. These vibrations make the composition even more groovy. You can really appreciate this on a club sound system. “Crazy Outburst” is notable for its wide dynamic range and a very dense sound. Many common speakers cannot “draw” some of those features.
As a result, I got an interesting mix, but it wasn’t happy with it. It was too predictable, you could read the "loop" structure. I decided to add some live sound: an original electric guitar. We discovered a guitarist George Giatsidis from Athens. He is a real skilled pro, with fine many years of experience.
Cooperation with that man has transformed the composition greatly. Now you can find many moods and tones and intonations. His records fulfilled the track with emotion, made it alive and now it sounds more crazier than before. The mixing here is very dynamic: somewhere the guitar can be heard far in the distance, somewhere it crawls forward and become the solo instrument. I am pretty satisfied with this lively sound, now nothing needs to be added. The work is over!
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Release/catalogue number: 1
Release date: Jan 15, 2013