Gary Wayne Clark | Worlds Without End

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Worlds Without End

by Gary Wayne Clark

An ambient mix of natural sounds interwoven with peaceful orchestral melodies that guide the listener to slow down and visualize their own inner peace.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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Album Notes
An ambient mix of natural sounds interwoven with peaceful orchestral melodies that guide the listener to slow down and visualize their own inner peace.

Composed and arranged for relaxation, meditation and anxiety management, music soundscapes should present simple, soothing, repetitive patterns that are easy to recognize and lock into with your brain. All of the natural sounds were recorded by me high in the mountains of Colorado - a stream in Rocky Mountain National Park, a mid-summer thunderstorm and the distant songbirds of the alpine meadows interwoven to guide the listener to imagine the divine "unstruck" sounds that arise from within the heart.

This track is about learning how to slow down from the hectic pace that most of us live, and visualize the path we choose for ourselves. Starting with a tempo of 92 bpm, the track gradually slows down to 82 bpm by the end of the song, intended to pull the listener's heartbeat lower, by subconsciously following the music tempo, calming stress levels, and fostering a more therapeutic mind body sensation.

The orchestral effects are all composed on a ROLI Seaboard Rise, allowing 5 audio controls for strike, glide, slide, press and lift - including pitch bends. And if you listen carefully on headphones, you will hear a faint embedded Binaural Beats pairing of tracks - at the beginning and end [even though they continue for the entire song]. They are tuned to Left channel of 82 hz and Right channel of 92 hz, with a Beat Frequency of 7.83 Hz. Ironically, the brain will interpret this pairing as one tone of 87 hz. I'm interested if this track is positive, negative or of no impact of you for meditation and calming -- your input matters a great deal to me, so let me know your comments.

So sit back, don your best headphones and let this track wash over your mind and body as you create your own reality.

May the Peace be with you my friends.

Worlds Without End © 2018 Gary Wayne Clark. All Rights Reserved. UPC 192914062837

Credits
Music, Arrangement, Recording Engineering, Music Performances and Production by Gary Wayne Clark. Bass, Keyboards, Synthesizers, Drums, Nature Sounds, SFX by Gary Wayne Clark. Final Rendering with LANDR.

Cover Design
Art and cover design by Gary Wayne Clark; some images licensed from Shutterstock.

Song Inspiration
“Worlds Without End” is driven by a very personal story to me. Several months ago, someone close to me was injured in a tragic accident, resulting in a fractured jaw, broken shoulder and a concussion. With excellent clinical treatment, she is in full recovery.

However, our time in the hospital was an epiphany for me - experiencing the disorienting sensory world of the trauma ward, and the anxiety that a Patient must endure. Suddenly, I realized how the use of technology could improve the experience, for the Patient, the Caregivers and the Hospital Staff. And so begins a new journey of music, healing, and empowering others to find their own inner path to peace.. stay tuned.

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