Bad Henkings (C.Vaisvil - C.Serafini - A.Flint)
a collaboration of Alister Flint - Carlo Serafini - Chris Vaisvil
so, Chris did this. Carlo did that. and i added some. for the technical stuff, see below. :)
This piece uses multiple tunings simultaneously and is the inaugural work of Fuzzy Boundries - an internet group devoted to producing music with 2 or more tunings either serially or in parallel as presented here.
Henk Badings harmonic scale, 9/8 5/4 11/8 3/2 13/8 7/4 2/1 9/4 5/2
and 12 edo
This is one of the coolest and weirdest pumping tracks i have heard in a while....fantastic track!! i faved it 3 days ago but now I'm back for the comment...
interesting to hear what i read so much about in the forum
the theory of Bed Henkings posted in the AT forum at the request of coelocanth http://alonetone.com/forums/making-music/topics/the-theory-of-bad-henkings
Yes - I love it. Goes in my night driving folder.
we thank you all for listening, it was really a fun collab to do and i guess, it shows through the music :)
so dope!!! reminds me of my trip to Israel @ rave party (after hours it is)
cool colab. Really like the scattered samples and trumpet(?) placed here and there
Captivating. I hope you fellas do a few more of these.
Great idea, great execution! I'll definitely be looking out for more of this.
Had to listen a few times to catch it all. Very cool, i like the horns and how the beat pulls the song in and out.
very nice you three,,, an interesting journey on this late, last day of July evening,, well played,, the synth trumpet takes on a life of its own an almost other worldly feeling at times..........
a great musical trip, and fascinating project. Would love to see more explanation of this maybe in the theory forum? Congratulations.
Wonderful collaboration! Great piece of work this is!
Clever title. Superb collaboration.
Reading what goes in to work like this, I am in way over my head, but it sure sounds good. Almost ethereal with a comforting rhythm. Very clever!
This was one of the better collaboration experiences I have had - I really like what we ended up with.
interesting image, Tess, since Carlos said the following about the piece: "the final piece sounds like a band from some unknown planet playing at a Martian cosmodrome while aliens wait to embark for their galactic journeys." so i guess it does sound alien-ish ;) thanks a lot for listening!
Very otherworldly! The first 1 min or so makes me feel like I'm infiltrating an alien wine bar (hope nobody notices my dirty boots). Lovely changes in mood here - especially the build up of tension to the 3 minute mark, and then the feeling that you're eavesdropping. Great ride!