Hi-Res music production circle Beagle Kick, new M3-2017 fall album is now available in Hi-Res version!
The main title is a gorgeous and soulful funk rock with sax and trumpet bursting.
The coupling track is a weightless fusion with numerous synths and mellow guitars.
Both promise new levels of musicality and sound quality from Beagle Kick!
From the original 192kHz session, which captures all of the superb performances, the album has been meticulously mastered for the high-resolution version.
The attack of the drums, the dynamism of the brass, the three-dimensionality of the synth sounds, the density of the low frequency range, and the sense of live performance created by the extended high frequency range are all of unprecedented quality!
In order to maximize the performance of studio equipment, many ACOUSTIC REVIVE products are used.
This work uses the latest products with PC-Triple C conductor & Teflon insulation material, and Finemet beads for noise reduction.
Its sound is energetic and low distortion. The sound is energetic and low distortion, with an overwhelmingly high level of freshness that clearly depicts the sound of instruments as they really are.
The audio format is FLAC (192kHz/24bit) with lossless compression.
In addition to the jacket image, the circle name and song title are recorded as tag information.
For information on how to play high-resolution music, please refer to the memo included with the product version.
Composition, Arrangement, Recording, Mixing, Mastering: Takashi Wada
Produced by Toru Hashizume
Drums: Yu Yamauchi
Bass: Toshino Tanabe
Keyboard: Yoichi Nozaki
Saxophone: Masakuni Takeno
Trumpet: Masateru Nishikata
Guitars: Satoshi Izumi
Vocal & Chorus: Kaifu Sato
Keyboards & Programming: Takashi Wada
Horizontal and vertical! The groove that makes you want to dance is irresistible. If you listen to the lyrics carefully, you may be able to understand the meaning behind the song title (coined word).
2. Dreaming Planet Under the 239
There are various synth sounds in this song, but almost all of them are played live. Sometimes Wada moves the knobs in real time while I play!