Today we had a very nice recording session with Paul and Diana at the Subterra Recording Studio. Funny thing happened: when doing the recordings for the "Women of Rome" track (one of the 11 tracks of the forthcoming Ambiorix project), Diana was playing small metal percussion instruments and Paul was capturing and manipulating these sounds with a BOSS Digital delay device. This was soo beautiful both Paul and I got tears in ours eyes
In between recordings for the new MILITIA album dedicated to the Gaul king Ambiorix, we're working on our contribution track for the forthcoming "Liberty in North Korea" compilation album. The sale profits will go to the Liberty In North Korea organisation.
More pictures taken during the recording sessions at the Subterra recording studio... Militia@work
As kind of a teaser, here's a try out mix of one of the 11 tracks for the forthcoming MILITIA release, a CD album dedicated to the struggle of Gaul king Ambiorix against the Roman occupation (57 bC). Enjoy
The Ambiorix project, a working title still, in progress. 11 tracks, Julius Cesar's writings of "Commentarii de Bello Gallico" divided into 11 chapters, the electronic music parts made by Frank Gorissen, the opening track's electronic music composed by Paul Mommers. And then in the Subterra studio: playing the percussion layers on our conventional toms, drums, snare drum, bass drums combined with percussion layers played on our metal percussion installations... mixing these live studio recordings with the electronic back ground music till it's one coherent whole... playing, mixing and finally mastering... the result will be availble somewhere in March we guess. We'll keep you informed, stay connected MILITIA