Audesi – Debris (Audio Journal Entry)
This is what I’ve been working on for the last 5 days.
Polaroid Kiss – Stop Motion
Credits: Tom Bennett, Brandun Reed & Earl Dixon
Produced by: Brandun Reed & Earl Dixon
Mixed & Mastered by: Earl Dixon
Audesi – Analog Mechanics (clip)
Polaroid Kiss – White Lies and White Lines (Audesi Remix) (Rough)
Audesi – Funky Beat Audio Journal
Gangsta Lead Extravaganza! lol.
Audesi – Approaching the Sacrosanct
Celldweller – Own Little World (Audesi Remix)
A double CD featuring the Audesi Remix of the Celldweller track ‘Own Little World’ and 25 remixes by other artists is available to order now for $12.99 by clicking here. Official release date is June 1st, 2007. You can leave comments here. Enjoy! :)
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Earl Dixon of Audesi was interviewed by Ilker Yücel of ReGen Magazine for his contribution to the Celldweller remix competition for the track ‘Own Little World.
Besides the remix for Celldweller, you’ve also produced a fair share of your own music. As Celldweller’s sound is somewhat different from yours, how difficult was it to adapt your style of making music to fit a Celldweller remix?
Dixon: This one was a bit challenging at first. It took me about a week to come up with an idea I wanted to run with, but I’m always up for the challenge to work on something different and to take the chance to expand my musical palette. I enjoy taking an idea and twisting it around to play against peoples expectations. For example, with our ‘Own Little World’ remix, I added an erhu to the chorus, which is this crazy bowed two-stringed Chinese instrument. I had a lot of fun creating the remix, and I already have something laid down for the Round Two track, ‘Frozen.’ Ideas have been flowing from my mind before I even got access to the tracks stems!
Creating this remix could potentially gain Audesi’s own music some exposure among Celldweller’s fans. What are your hopes for Audesi? What are you looking to accomplish musically?Dixon: We would like to share what we do with as many people as possible and in return, hope for the ability to sustain ourselves by doing what we love the most! I believe there are universal goals pertaining to both Celldweller and Audesi’s music. We both enjoy blending multiple genres of music together to create something unique, as well as spending countless hours in the studio perfecting those amalgamations. I’ve noticed Celldweller fans have a wide array of musical tastes, both industrial and entirely outside. They’re also into groups like NIN, Depeche Mode, Massive Attack, New Order, Aphex Twin, The Cure, BT, and Imogen Heap. These are also just a few of the influences that we mix together to create our sound and also some similar tastes our fans share amongst each other.
What’s next for Audesi? In the past, the members of Audesi released CDs as Underground Bass Masters. What can people expect from your full-length debut in 2007?
Dixon: Our debut will encompass the gamut of electronic music while having a rock sensibility to it. I promise it won’t be another boring dance record, nor quite what you would have expected to hear from a member of the Underground Bass Masters, either. You’ll hear more vocals, guitars, bass guitar, breakbeats, straight beats, acoustic instruments, as well as some homemade synth concoctions of our own! We also hope to take the show on the road and to, in the future, venture into other avenues of music such as film scoring and producing other artists.
Audesi – The Rise and Descent
Appears courtesy of FIXT Music.
From FIXT Music / Position Music Production Music Series – Volume 32 (Electronic)