About this project
I need your help getting this project to the next level.
My current album 62:50 was just released in April 2014. (MP3 Only)
Right away I started to work on a new project. This time I'm working on a new - professionally released album. Working title: "Ambient – Chill-out – Relax – Space!"
Sound visions created under the influence of facts and theories of astrophysics. Experimental and futuristic. Adventure, Discovery, Ethnic, Ancient, Mystical, Sci-fi, Fantasy, Exploration.
I need your help raising $7.500 to cover:
- professional studio tracking and mix-down (approx. 45 hours)
- professional session musicians (vocals, guitars and vibraphone)
- professional studio mastering
- CD pressing, art (graphics)
- about 10% for Kickstarter/Amazon charges
- Budget for promotion (if any funds left :-)
You can listen to my latest work by clicking here: https://soundcloud.com/djadamserafin/sets/adam-serafin-62-50-2014
In recent years, electronic music has diversified into a myriad of sub-genres. While many of these still adhere to the dance roots that spawned them, many adventurous and pioneering artists have developed more relaxing and soothing sounds that lend themselves to more contemplative enjoyment.
I am working on exciting new collection of songs which is based on musical interpretations of astrophysics theories and phenomena.
I started this campaign on Kickstarter to raise the $7,500 needed to complete the project. The funds raised will go towards studio rental and mixing, hiring musicians, mastering, graphic design, and promotion. Financial contributors will receive digital downloads, CDs, and album tributes.
Thank you very much for visiting my Kickstarter.com page.
Risks and challenges
Fortunately, the risks to this project are few. The music is already recorded in 50%, but this project is about putting the final touches (mixing, mastering, CD duplication) on the tracks and also helping to promote it.
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