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TIM KORRY Audio Recording Blog Week 23 TAYLOR Studios 2010
As I crunch through the brown grass, the wicked whipping wind dances around the decay of summer’s warmth and devotion. Smelling the disintegrating fall leaves reminds me of how long the recording of Between the Sun and the Moon has endured. What was once the warm green blooming spring has now become shivery, solemn, and still. The final mixing and mastering phase will begin tonight and continue throughout the Halloween weekend. Jeff Taylor and Andy Kolp will be adjusting the sonic landscapes and introducing the proper amount of magic and focus.
I will meet with artist John Hansen to talk about the cover art tonight. His work is fantastic, dark, and dreamy…. just the right combination to represent the music on this CD. My new fascination with goth and steampunk fashion is beginning to show and will probably reflect in the rapidly approaching photo shoot. A new logo is in the process of being designed that centers around the Kanji dragonfly symbol. The dragonfly was chosen because it symbolizes depth of character, power and poise, defeat of self created illusions, living in the present, and the opening of one’s eyes. This symbolizes a shift in the direction of the music and the musician.