Thank you for your support, Sam. Yes, the work was energy-consuming, I couldn’t think of anything else while working on the project. What can I say, Bruckner has a strong personality that kinda thrills you. However, it was an interesting work which made me think over many things.
I didn’t know how to start, I was practically trembling when I started. I used the things I had never thought of before. In the middle of the track there was a sort of block which immobilized me for some time, and only in the end everything seemed like a finished work. It was difficult to avoid the original arrangement, from fade-in to climax where the trumps burst the space around them. He knew how to deal with it. I wanted to make raw sound, as if you touch raw material. An end thing consists of several parts, which used to be pieces of wood or metal. I’d like to return to the state which had been before the final edition so to say, though trying to avoid sound terrorism. Yes, there are a lot of fragments; I also wanted to defocus attention. Have you even noticed that when there are a lot of layers playing, at some moment everything is at discord which gives birth to a completely new sound? As if something new is born from all this noise.
Thank you for the critics, sometimes a lot of layers seem like overkill. I try to add them for the general picture to be seen. I think I eventually will be able to separate the concentrated essence. I still have a lot to learn. Thank you for listening and constructive criticism. I am glad you enjoyed