CNV45 | 17.12.2007


Observing A Warmth

01 . Warmth One

02 . Warmth Two

03 . Warmth Three

04 . Warmth Four

05 . Warmth Five

06 . Warmth Six

07 . Warmth Seven

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When composing the present work, Observing a Warmth, I chose my ontological explorative measuring tool to be the vibrational frequencies of the human Chakra system. Each piece utilizes a devised frequential pattern with the intention of resonating a single Chakra and then moving onward to another, or resonating multiple Chakras simultaneously, for which I coined the term spinning wheel chord. The objective of this experiment was to determine if embedding certain frequency groups in music could enhance the human nervous system and invoke positive psychobiological alterations. The main instruments devoted to these recordings were my Moog Voyager, Fender Rhodes, and Computer.


text by Cory Allen