Some things move across time like drifting continental plates. Some things move with mystery like the secrets unlocking doors behind which Bliss softly whispers " I am here". Float-me is all about shifting forces that do not allow easy recognition, what fun would that be? Orangutans enter and depart as guest interludes, bridges from nowhere to everywhere. We are here and there is there
Fades in with a frog symphony recorded on a midnight boat ride on Upper Klamath Lake, Next in is an archive audio transition sniglet featuring layers from Ensoniq EPS Sampler and Korg T-3, segueing and extending into another interpretation of the song Float, originally composed in 2004 on Roland JD800 and Korg Trinity Plus. Various bird and geese layers recorded near Tulelake, CA, fade in and out throughout, as do some more recent 2009 overdubs performed on Yamaha Motif XS8. These include some rhythmic gated synth clips, additional flute phrases, low-pitched moving synth pads and white noise rumbles/sweeps, as well as other MFX (music-related sound effects, as compared to general sound effects, known as SFX) layers.
Video filming, editing and audio master mix by Anders Tomlinson. Music is Float-Me from SonicAtomics' Lava Songs. Produced by Anders Tomlinson and Denver Clay. ©2013 Denver Clay and Anders Tomlinson.