Saturday, March 10, 2012

· Through Waves' Recording Log - Part VI ·

Hullo, me hearties.

This is The Through Waves’ Recording Log – Part VI.
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Taking a tiny break in-between mastering sessions, I went strolling about in this beautiful location here in my town, a sort of memorial for the Ukrainian immigration with a small woodland illuminated by a bright and hot Summery Sun. What a breath of fresh air, sometimes I forget just how much I enjoy staying among trees and birds (even if some of them are quite annoying after a while…), and buzzing dragonflies all around. It is ridiculous having these places relatively close and staying sheltered most of the year, like I do.

Accompanied by two of my closest friends (the delightful photographer Renata, and Maurício, the same handsome man you can see here and listen here, in all his gracious wonderfulness), I actually took advantage of the moment and worked with them on a new photo session, which I have been postponing for a while. The result is… Well, entirely wonderful, because it is me ;)

(oh spare me…)

Anyway, my deepest appreciation to them for sparing their time and talents so we could assemble this material (which is a lot bigger than these snippets).
And by the way, what you hear in the video above is just a cam-audio take of me playing the traditional Irish piece ”Bonnie Portmore”.

The Recording Log goes on!