It’s a beautiful thing to reconnect with music after a year of uncertainty, struggle, and loss. Not only did we lose loved ones, we lost time. Time with each other and we will never be able to get that back. Fortunately, we now the present and we have the future. Let’s not waste it and let’s not take for granted the opportunities we have before us.
This meditation album from Austin, Texas duo Tritonal will be the backbone to bring us back to center as we attempt to navigate what it is to be social humans. This is the first album that the duo has conceived and manifested as one unified piece of music. It is meant to stream from beginning to end without pauses or breaks. They were inspired by the likes of Brian Eno, Nils Frahm and others.
This entire album was created inside one single project on Logic X Pro with 417 audio tracks. That is what you call impressive. Secondly, let me get those computer specs. The album was created with long-time friend and Professor of Music Production at Edmonds College, Nick Sibicky. Take a deep breath and enjoy this album as you take your first steps into a post-COVID world.
Tritonal – Reverence (Album) | Download |
Tritonia 338 Mix