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Sephira last won the day on September 23 2017

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About Sephira

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  1. A chance, or not, meeting at the oasis takes our intrepid traveller on a journey into the world of alchemy. Listen as this story unfolds and takes you through what is learned during this pilgrimage into sound. https://music.seph.net/album/the-master-work credits Funded by a bunch of lovely people Guitar on track 8 played by Josh Lambert-Price Mastered by Colin Bennnun @ Stooodio Mastering licens
  2. When I'm not making music I quite like dabbling in projection mapping, content creation and new ways of merging the two. I saw a few example of tape art being used with projections so thought I would have a go (c: Excuse the top being cut off, was hard to get my phone balanced https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKpaGS_NmOM
  3. From what I can tell.... 432Hz = Total Woo. Most DAW's can not even do 432Hz unless it works to like 3 decimal places when changing the tuning. Also onboard with the article above.
  4. Use my Eventide Eclipse. NOM NOM! Normally on an AUX channel but sometimes quick bounces for specific verbs on specific pieces of audio.
  5. Agree with all of this. I don't know what the OP is going on about? ... Ott is a fantastic guy, have had the pleasure of chatting with him a few times. His t-shirts say "Be Nice To Each Other", nuff said! Quality chap with music that I place in the highest of realms.
  6. Don't worry about the surface area of the stand being smaller than the base of the speaker. Mine are like that, and it is fine (c:
  7. I release music in 16 bit (this is normally what I get back from my mastering engineer). I have never tried A/B'ing 16bit and 24bit tbh, I doubt I would notice the difference (although you never know!). Personally I don't see the point in releasing 24bit, 9 times out of 10 I assume my music is going to be heard on equipment (headphones, speakers) that wouldn't be good enough to tell the difference. Just my thoughts (c:
  8. Logic. But then I use Logic, so I would say that. I started with Ableton but I am more geared towards track writing that performance and Live just did not cut it for me. But yes FL is apparently very nice these days.
  9. I have heard good things about FL. I started with Live. I now use Logic to produce and Live for performance. Logic, for me personally, is the nicest environment to work in when making music. Cubase also gets good reviews. try them all and see what you like.
  10. Title: Monkey Tales Artist: Sephira Label: BMSS Records Genre: Psychedelic Chillout / DownTempo Format: Digital Download Release Date: 28/10/2014 I proudly present my first release on BMSS Records, Monkey Tales. A collection of stories told from a timeless space, where magic meets curiosity to create an emotional pilgrimage. One that starts, like many other good tales, with Once Upon A Time… Moving through playful spaces and the night of the jungle you reach a sunrise, signalling your journeys end and an opportunity to reflect on your experience and it's personal meaning. In truth, you are the story teller, you always have been. Available from: http://music.seph.net Track list: 1. Once Upon A Time... 2. Able's Journey 3. The Blue Magnetic 4. Gathering Of The Douroucoulis 5. Call Of The MonKat 6. Hanguman Sunrise All tracks written and produced by Matthew Crick. Mastered by Colin Bennun @ The Stooodio Cello on Track 5 played by Kat De La Mare. Hang on Track 6 played by Daniel Waples Geometry artwork by Lily A. Seidel - lilyas.deviantart.com
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