Last summer I went on a pilgrimage to the Tank Center for Sonic Arts in Colorado to create a CD. A CD of harp healing sounds that was made in this fabulous, amazing venue with acoustics that are incredible. The string reverberations were glorious. It was fabulous! Playing with The Tank was special. Listening to The Tank's harp sounds reverberating was thrilling. I am so glad I made the trip and plan to return.
As a harp healer, I am always looking for ways to enhance and increase the healing sounds I create. I feel the material I recorded at The Tank is the beginning of me taking my harp music to another level. When I began my work as a harp healer, I felt it made a difference but that so much more was possible. My work has grown and the experiences with those that come to me have been gratifying and exciting. I am collaborating now with other musicians and exploring different ways I can present healing harp sounds to individuals and groups. I plan to include use of color, crystals and movement in my sessions in the future. I can feel my work expanding as I open myself to new ways of playing with my lovely harp.
I have a local Rochester recording engineer ready to work with me when my campaign successfully ends. He is a composer, and a very creative musician with a band of his own. I also have a dear friend, who is an artist and painter, creating the cover for my CD jacket. And, I have the good fortune to be a part of a wellness center in Rochester where I am supported and encouraged.
Risks and challenges
The engineer heard the original music and agreed that it was a good production for quality work. Both the engineer and CD jacket cover artist are professionals. The only concern is how much time it will take to do the work. Because we have taken every precaution before beginning Kickstarter, we feel it is of low risk.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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