The "Fly!" is track number 7 in the H-variable's newest album "Savior" and it has two main ideas. The first idea of the album is to create a story based on predefined track names, make them work like the parts of an outline for a story. The second idea is to publish tracks randomly (not by numberic order), which is why it is mentioned that this track is #7, even though it is the first track released in the H-variables new album.
The track was first posted on H-variable's Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/h-variable/fly
I put a cassets tape in backward on my old school 4 track and got the cool backgound loop that i used to wrote this tune. Words and music by Jeryl0 Produced my Jeryl Recorded in my livingroom and a studio in Rutherford NJ.
This is an attempt of mine of using ethnic instruments and modifying them though modern technology.
While simple in concept, keeping the live acoustic feel is actually quite tricky in practice. I believe I was able to do so, but now I leave it up to you to see if I reached that goal.
Now, the concept of this piece is of a wandering nomad who owns a old Yangqin and is forced to stay in an ancient temple for the night. To appease the ancient spirits he offers to play music as a token of respect and honor. As he plays, not only are the spirits pleased with his playing, but they also begin to join in with their own native instruments. Soon other ancestors of days past join in...
What you will hear now is what I think that was played that night. Enjoy.