Jasmine Wood – Piano Reverb (2024) [FLAC 24bit/44,1kHz]

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Jasmine Wood – Piano Reverb (2024)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time – 34:40 minutes | 257 MB | Genre: Modern Classical, Electronic, Ambient
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © AD 93

When I first moved to Ireland I was unexpectedly met by thousands of vacant churches. Massive halls formed a hollow emptiness which persisted for several months that eventually turned into years. This record was made in one of those churches on an antique, Blüthner grand piano. I worked and recorded on this piano most days, for an entire year. While working on compositions within the modern-classical realm, I fell in love with the fullness of the reverb that each note echoed throughout the room. I eventually shifted my focus entirely and decided to record just the reverb sustained on the end of each note. I did this with a variation of chords and single notes, capturing only the sustain. All of the tracks on this album were made using these recordings.The piano is over 100 years old. The age of its parts contribute additional elements which reflect their use and time. Its sustain offered a unique, imperfect timbre with an action occasionally finishing in a deep, low rattle. Sometimes this would cause problems while recording other works. Instead of removing this additional noise from all of my previous recordings, deeming them imperfect, I borrowed them all for this concept. I increased the length of each sustain, even some of the rattling, and wove them together like an orchestra. Very little has been done to change or manipulate the analog notes you hear on the recordings. My goal is to capture this piano exactly as it was in the space and time it was played in. Some notes are mildly stretched or pitch shifted, but most are not. These minor changes to some of the notes revealed a character within them delivering expressions that are unmistakably human to the ear. It was discovered through these sessions that the unexpected sounds mentioned – which occasionally pronounce themselves as an animalistic growl – exist. The piano is capable of producing them. Upon allowing many of the notes to sit primarily as their analog form, paired with some minuscule pitch and time alterations, it is evident that these “new” sounds are not manufactured by effects but simply revealed, or conjured during the process of this arrangement.


1-1. Jasmine Wood – I (01:25)
1-2. Jasmine Wood – II (06:52)
1-3. Jasmine Wood – III (03:47)
1-4. Jasmine Wood – IV (02:00)
1-5. Jasmine Wood – V (It’s Haunted, I Can Feel It) (04:46)
1-6. Jasmine Wood – VI (Friends) (05:02)
1-7. Jasmine Wood – VII (06:36)
1-8. Jasmine Wood – VIII (Tremolo) (04:07)

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