The Professional Music Recording Award of JAPAN

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Puidoux, December 2013: It should not be a surprise that Mick (Masaki) Sawaguchi and his Hi-Res music label UNAMAS, would make the first recording in Japan with Merging Technologies’ Horus. Mick-san was the first Pyramix customer in Japan in 2003 and has never been slow to embrace new technology. His peers at The Professional Music Recording Award of JAPAN have honoured him with the award for the best Hi-Resolution recording of 2013 in a ceremony that took place on December 6th. The winning album entitled REIME was performed by Jun Fukamachi and unfortunately, this happened to be his first and last Hi-Res recording. Not only was the album recorded in surround but also at 96 kHz/24 bit.

from http://www.merging.com/news/news-stories/mick-sawaguchi–horus-and-pyramix-makes-for-a-stellar-recording

The Professional Music Recording Award of JAPANThe Professional Music Recording Award of JAPANReimei Jun Fukamachi 96kHz/24bit

 

“REIMEI” Jun Fukamachi : piano 96kHz/24bit Hi-Res & Surround

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Reimei Jun Fukamachi 96kHz/24bit surround

REIMEI

Jun Fukamachi : piano
UNAHQ-2003( UNAMAS J )

HIGHRESAUDIO / HQM STORE

 

Format:

High-Resolution

FLAC 96kHz/24bit
FLAC 96kHz/24bit surround

Artist
Jun Fukamachi (piano)

trial listening of the other songs [HQM STORE site]

Recording scene

From "REIMEI" Jun Fukamachi "REIMEI" 07/07/10 Recording Scene  "REIMEI" Fukamachi Play

Special Booklet of ”REIMEI” Jun Fukamachi

 

REIMEI

Jun Fukamachi : piano
UNAHQ-2003( UNAMAS J )

HIGHRESAUDIO / HQM STORE

 

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“SOZEN” Atsuya Okuda : Hocchiku (Jinashi-nobe Shakuhachi) 192kHz/24bit Hi-Res & Surround

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Sozen 192kHz/24bit surround

SOZEN
Atsuya Okuda
UNAHQ-2001( UNAMAS J )
Traditional Japanese music

HIGHRESAUDIO / HQM STORE

 

Format :

High-Resolution

FLAC 96kHz/24bit
FLAC 192kHz/24bit
FLAC 96kHz/24bit surround
FLAC 192kHz/24bit surround

Artist :
Atsuya Okuda : Hotchiku

192kHz/24bit Recording

trial listening of the other songs [HQM STORE site]
Content notes:

1. Koten Suzuru ……………….Being also named“ Godan Suzuru”, referring to the episode in Sukago Innenkyo about cranes cutting their body for the sake for growing their babies, this piece was said to express the behavior of self-sacrificing parents.

2. Honte no Shirabe ………… Tune to practice for long period of time. It reminds the players of the challenging subject of

breathing. Other similar equivalents include the traditional piece in Fudaiji Temple of Mt. Rintaku in Hamamatsu and the

piece in Meianji Temple of Mt. Kyorei in Kyoto.

3. Nerisaji………………………..Legendarily this set of tunes was originally composed by Shinhichi Maki who was a samurai of

Kuroda domain and belonged to Hakata Icchoken school in Kyushu. Three pieces survived to date that are“ Bousaji”“, Yurisaji” and“ Nerisaji”. Saji means the Mercy of Bodhisattva that represents the spirit of Mahayana. Among“ Shin”,“ Gyou” and“ Sou” in Saji,“ Sou” is the most extraordinary and complex composition through repeated tempering and polishing (=“neri”), and that is why it is called Nerisaji.

4. Kyorei ………………………… The title means imaginery [=kyo] bell [=rei] and is sometimes referred as imaginery spirit. The most classical piece among the works of Fukeshu budhism sect.

5. Kudariha-Kaede ………….. Traditionally inherited in Kyushu area with two versions of Honte and Kaede. This recording is the piece for Kaede.

6. Sokkan……………………….. The wind blows toward decaying bamboos in thicket. The sense of this desolateness overlaps to the state of the spirit with this tune. We overview the world through the breath, the wind, and the bamboo.

7. Sanya…………………………. One of theories explains that this term originally meant mendicancy.

8. Betsuden, Shika no Tone… The tune extends itself as inspired by the sound of deer that reside in distant mountains and by their behavior of running around. A challenging piece of music to play with the register as wide as 4 octaves.

9. Shinya …………………………Prevailing quietness in the midnight transitions to bright enlightment in the dawn.

 

On the Production of“ So-Zen” Album

One finds something essential with Japanese traditional instruments, and it is“ sawari”“. Sawari” is the intimacy to the nature as compared to the voices of cicadas in the sense that their tunes are heavily complex almost like a noise but they blend well with variety of natural sounds. Other tunes of “sawari” are, for example, a clear click of a wind-bell or a profound bell of temples that brings us the sense of beauty and emptiness of life as well.

The fascinating character of“ Hocchiku” instrument, Jinashi-nobe Shakuhachi by definition, used in this recording is its deep softness featuring“ sawari”. Two-piece, Jiari Shakuhachi that is most commonly popular today is the result of pursuing the sound pitch and volume suited for ensembles at the sacrifice of tones.

The natural form of Hocchiku is rich with“ sawari” bringing the tone of distance that we Japanese continued to be particular with. The slower rise of notes and extremely fine, subtle sounds are interestingly quite audible. Inverse proportional to the sound volume, the taste and profoundness of its tones are even more vivid.

 

Atsuya Okuda

Born in 1945, Atsuya Okuda was active as jazz trumpet player for 20 years since 1965, and thereafter has he studied“ hocchiku”, an authentic Japanese bamboo flute, with the inspiration of its infinite potential in forming his original world of music.

In 1985, he set up Zen-Sabo in Kokubunji, Tokyo as the foundation of teaching“ hocchiku” as wellas focal training of himself, and started workshop activities and tours to such countries as Switzerland, Austria, England, Canada, USA and Finland since 2003. He has received many foreign country students who aspire to master hocchiku at Zen-Sabo.

The instrument is plainly natural like a bare bone bamboo tree, and in order to play it, not only the high level of skills but also the spirit to resonate only with essentials among excesses are required, similar to Zen’s spirit. Okuda is the single only player of Hocchiku inheriting the spirituality of Watazumi Doso who died in 1992. His CD album“ Sound of Zen” released in 2002 was a participating work in Japan Arts Festival by Agency for Cultural Affairs.

Okuda had ceased his recordings because the sound quality did not meet his expectations, but the concept of“ Surround Scape” promoted by Mick Sawaguchi convinced him with its totally new aspect of presentation as well as its sound quality. Hence, this collaboration resulted.

 

Comment from Atsuya Okuda

As attributed as the most natural form of instrument, Hocchiku is gifted with the tone of distance that we Japanese continued to be traditionally particular with. Interestingly, the slower rise of notes and extremely fine, subtle sounds are rather powerful to be heard. I was fully delighted and astonished to have triggered mutual stimulations and realized the “tone of distance” in collaborating my Hocchiku with Mick Sawaguchi who works for Producer & engineer on it promotes as the new technological format of artistic expression.

 

Mick Sawaguchi, UNAMAS HUG

In this recording, we captured “Hocchiku” in surround with 192kHz/24 bit .Finally it was mix down with surround scape as 96KHz-24bit resolution as release format. This instrument is the original form of Shakuhachi, dened as Jinashi-nobekan, with no additional treatment of inner pipe surface for ne pitch-tuning. The sound that Atsuya Okuda generates at some times was almost indicational, and the dynamic range of its air burst was hugely broad particularly when he concealed his breath, therefore the subject was a tough challenge for the recording engineer. The highest priority was focused to realize the ultimate environment for playing in the studio room, and we asked Nittobo prepare a modied version of AGS the day before that managed to equalize the wave motion. The rest was the equipment as usual, and the following microphones of Microtech and Royer’s ribbon were chosen for the main, and CO-100K for surround that went in to Pyramix DAW. Please see the line-up below for your reference.

Microphone Microtech Gefell UM-900 Royer R-122, Sanken CO-100K

Mic Pre-amp SSL 9000j

Audio Interface RME Fireface UC

DAW PYRAMIX Native+MacBook Pro

Power-supply Isolation Soundnite

Studio Acoustic Treatment Nittobo AGS Sound Diffusing Absorber

 

“Sozen” Atsuya Okuda Booklet-Eng

 

SOZEN
Atsuya Okuda
UNAHQ-2001( UNAMAS J )
Traditional Japanese music

HIGHRESAUDIO / HQM STORE

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“SOYOGI” UEHATA MASAKAZU : reed organ 192kHz/24bit Hi-Res & Surround

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SOYOGI UEHATA MASAKAZU 192kHz/24bit surround

SOYOGI

Masakazu Uehata : reed organ Ami Yamazaki : Vocal

UNAHQ-2002( UNAMAS J )

Children’s songs

HIGHRESAUDIOHQM STORE

Format:

High-Resolution &  Stereo/Surround

FLAC 96kHz/24bit
FLAC 192kHz/24bit
FLAC 96kHz/24bit surround
FLAC 192kHz/24bit surround

Artist:

Masakazu Uehata (reed organ)

Ami Yamazaki (Vocal)

 

SOYOGI

Masakazu Uehata : reed organ Ami Yamazaki : Vocal

UNAHQ-2002( UNAMAS J )

Children’s songs

HIGHRESAUDIO / HQM STORE

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Surround Scape “Southern Island” 96kHz/24bit Hi-Res & Surround by HQM STORE

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SOUTHERN ISLAND 96kHz/24bit surround

Southern Island
Surround Scape Design:Mick Sawaguchi
Jinashi-Nobe-Syakuhachi : Atsuya Okuda
UNAHQ-4004( UNAMAS hug )

Format:
High-Resolution &  Surround
FLAC 96kHz/24bit surround

Song Title:
1. Sun Rise(20:00)

Performance name of music by Atsuya Okuda Hocchiku

“Shin Getsu”

2. Sun Shine(20:00)
Performance name of music by Atsuya Okuda Hocchiku

“Shin seki”

“Jyaku Nen”

3. Sun Set(20:00)
Performance name of music by Atsuya Okuda Hocchiku

“Shin Ya Rei Bo Kudari Ha”


trial listening of the other songs [HQM STORE site]

Artists:
Mick Sawaguchi (Surround Scape Design)
Atsuya Okuda (jinashi-nobe-syakuhachi)

“Southern Island”Special Booklet English

Recording Scene
Recording Scene Southern Island 奥田敦也 レコーディング 110424LONG

Southern Island
Surround Scape Design:Mick Sawaguchi
Jinashi-Nobe-Syakuhachi : Atsuya Okuda
UNAHQ-4004( UNAMAS hug )

 

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Surround Scape “Umitake Yamatake” 96kHz/24bit Hi-Res & Surround by HQM STORE

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UmitakeYamatake 96kHz/24bit surround

UmitakeYamatake
Atsuya Okuda
UNAHQ-4003( UNAMAS hug )
SurroundScape

Format:
High-Resolution &  Surround
FLAC 96kHz/24bit surround

Artists:
Atsuya Okuda
Song Title:
1. Bamboo by the sea
2. Evening Call
3. Bamboo by the hill


trial listening of the other songs [HQM STORE site]

Atsuya Okuda

Born in 1945, Atsuya Okuda was active as jazz trumpet player for 20 years since 1965, and thereafter has he studied“ hocchiku”, an authentic Japanese bamboo flute, with the inspiration of its infinite potential in forming his original world of music.

In 1985, he set up Zen-Sabo in Kokubunji, Tokyo as the foundation of teaching“ hocchiku” as wellas focal training of himself, and started workshop activities and tours to such countries as Switzerland, Austria, England, Canada, USA and Finland since 2003. He has received many foreign country students who aspire to master hocchiku at Zen-Sabo.

The instrument is plainly natural like a bare bone bamboo tree, and in order to play it, not only the high level of skills but also the spirit to resonate only with essentials among excesses are required, similar to Zen’s spirit. Okuda is the single only player of Hocchiku inheriting the spirituality of Watazumi Doso who died in 1992. His CD album“ Sound of Zen” released in 2002 was a participating work in Japan Arts Festival by Agency for Cultural Affairs.

Okuda had ceased his recordings because the sound quality did not meet his expectations, but the concept of“ Surround Scape” promoted by Mick Sawaguchi convinced him with its totally new aspect of presentation as well as its sound quality. Hence, this collaboration resulted.

 

Comment from Atsuya Okuda

As attributed as the most natural form of instrument, Hocchiku is gifted with the tone of distance that we Japanese continued to be traditionally particular with. Interestingly, the slower rise of notes and extremely fine, subtle sounds are rather powerful to be heard. I was fully delighted and astonished to have triggered mutual stimulations and realized the “tone of distance” in collaborating my Hocchiku with Mick Sawaguchi who works for Producer & engineer on it promotes as the new technological format of artistic expression.

 

Mick Sawaguchi, UNAMAS HUG

In this recording, we captured “Hocchiku” in surround with 192kHz/24 bit .Finally it was mix down with surround scape as 96KHz-24bit resolution as release format. This instrument is the original form of Shakuhachi, dened as Jinashi-nobekan, with no additional treatment of inner pipe surface for ne pitch-tuning. The sound that Atsuya Okuda generates at some times was almost indicational, and the dynamic range of its air burst was hugely broad particularly when he concealed his breath, therefore the subject was a tough challenge for the recording engineer. The highest priority was focused to realize the ultimate environment for playing in the studio room, and we asked Nittobo prepare a modied version of AGS the day before that managed to equalize the wave motion. The rest was the equipment as usual, and the following microphones of Microtech and Royer’s ribbon were chosen for the main, and CO-100K for surround that went in to Pyramix DAW. Please see the line-up below for your reference.

Technical Specifications:

Microphone Microtech Gefell UM-900 Royer R-122, Sanken CO-100K
Mic Pre-amp SSL 9000j
Audio Interface RME Fireface UC
DAW PYRAMIX Native+MacBook Pro
Power-supply Isolation Soundnite
Studio Acoustic Treatment Nittobo AGS Sound Diffusing Absorber

“Umitake Yamatake”Special Booklet-English

UmitakeYamatake
Atsuya Okuda
UNAHQ-4003( UNAMAS hug )
SurroundScape

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“Sanga Genso” 96kHz/24bit Hi-Res & Surround by HQM STORE

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SangaGenso 96kHz/24bit/surround

SangaGenso
Surround Scape Design:Mick Sawaguchi
Composition/piano : Shiro Murakami
UNAHQ-4002( UNAMAS hug )

Format:
High-Resolution &  Surround
FLAC 96kHz/24bit surround

Song Title:
[1] BUNKUI-Mountain Rustle
[2] TOGAKUSHI-Early Bird
[3] CHO-SHI-Rolling Wave


trial listening of the other songs [HQM STORE site]

Artists:
Mick Sawaguchi (Surround Scape Design)
Shiro Murakami (Piano)

 

“Mick Sawaguchi’s three-dimensional sound sculpture is a landscape you can literally move around and relate to spatially; choose your own aural space and focus, vantage points and positions. These amazing surround sound recordings bodily move us with an emotional transition not available in stereo.”

Morten Lindberg
President 2L Norway

 

Mick Sawaguchi

Born in 1948 in Beppu city. Audio mixing engineer for dramas in NHK from 1971 through 2005, and contributed in number of productions winning such awards as Grand Prix of Japan Art Festival, Individual Prize of Hoso Bunka Foundation, Galaxy Award of Japan Council for Better Radio and Television, IBC Nombre d’Or, and Premio La Speranza of Vatican. Started developing skills of surround sound designs since 1985 and established Surround Terakoya seminar room to further pursue it along with his own music production Sawaguchi Ongaku Kobo in 2005.

Sound Scape is an artistic repertory that he developed by collecting the nature sound in surround worldwide under specific themes and combined it with music. Past activities include the concert of dance and music “Sokuten Kyoshi” at Instituto Italiano di Cultura, the contemporary music concert “Actual Entity” at Tokyo Opera City, and various stage surroundsound designs such as Sound Scape with Shakuhachi, traditional artists group “Yurabi no Kai” and other stage seminars. Received AES fellowship, IBS Fellow Award, ABU Best Paper,JAS Sound Meister, and AES Japan Award.

Invited lectures regarding surround include the workshops in such countries as Korea, China,Singapore and India being regarded as”Surround Shogun” himself in the global audio community. Teaches at Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo Technology Communication,and Nagoya University of Arts as temporary instructor.

 

Shiro Murakami: Apf

Born on March 3, 1989 and grew up in the suburbs of Kawasaki in the naturerich environment playing with insects. Showed interest in arts and theatrical plays, and started studying music professionally in Tokyo University of the Arts.

Keen about the potential of performance premises beyond concert halls and live houses, and the activity expanded widely to the stage directorship and the music workshop planning as well as composition and performance. One of the major goals in his composition is the harmony with the environment of the nature and with the traditional culture.

Recent activities and awards include:

2007-2008: Performance of BGM composition at Marui Yurakucho and Marui Shinjuku

August 2008: Composition for Vermeer Exhibition at Tokyo Metropolitan Museum

March 2009: 4th Sogetsudo Competition Grand Prix “Horror – Avant-Garde Music Tells A Story”

July 2009: Project of music workshop for children “A Composer’s Room” at Tokyo University of the Arts

February 2010: MOTUS Award in Contemporary Computer Music Concert

March 2010: Stravinsky’s “Soldier’s Tale”

May 2010: Composed music for the athletic performance at elementary schools’ festival in Yokohama

October 2010: Composed music for Tiger Dance in the Buddhist service of Natsukarisan-Shukoji Temple

 

Ami Yamazaki: Voice

Voice artist resonating with the sound all over the world. Many collaborations with various musicians, visual image composers, dancers, theatrical plays and others. Also active as movie director, creator of formative arts, and poet.

Recent activities include:

Dedicatory songs to Ise Shrine Surround Scape production with Mick Sawaguchi, the leading surround meister in Japan

Participation in “Stepping Stones”, a stage performance by Able Art Japan ”Knitting Orchestra”, the original music unit

Solo performance “IRIS” utilizing visual images at Gendai Heights

Hosts a program in Community FM broadcast since 2010.

http://amingerz.exblog.jp/

 

“Sanga Genso”Booklet-Eng

 

SangaGenso
Surround Scape Design:Mick Sawaguchi
Composition/piano : Shiro Murakami
UNAHQ-4002( UNAMAS hug )

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“Kumano Genso” 96kHz/24bit Hi-Res & Surround by HQM STORE

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192kHz/24bit surround KumanoGenso

KUMANO GENSO
Surround Scape Design:Mick Sawaguchi
Composition/piano : Shiro Murakami
UNAHQ-4001( UNAMAS hug )

Format:
High-Resolution & Surround
FLAC 96kHz/24bit surround

Song Title:
[1] KUMANO-Breeze
[2] KUMANO-Rain
[3] KUMANO- Wave


trial listening of the other songs [HQM STORE site]

Artists:
Mick Sawaguchi (Surround Scape Design)
Shiro Murakami (Piano)

 

“Mick Sawaguchi’s three-dimensional sound sculpture is a landscape you can literally move around and relate to spatially; choose your own aural space and focus, vantage points and positions. These amazing surround sound recordings bodily move us with an emotional transition not available in stereo.”

Morten Lindberg
President 2L Norway

 

Mick Sawaguchi

Born in 1948 in Beppu city. Audio mixing engineer for dramas in NHK from 1971 through 2005, and contributed in number of productions winning such awards as Grand Prix of Japan Art Festival, Individual Prize of Hoso Bunka Foundation, Galaxy Award of Japan Council for Better Radio and Television, IBC Nombre d’Or, and Premio La Speranza of Vatican. Started developing skills of surround sound designs since 1985 and established Surround Terakoya seminar room to further pursue it along with his own music production Sawaguchi Ongaku Kobo in 2005.

Sound Scape is an artistic repertory that he developed by collecting the nature sound in surround worldwide under specific themes and combined it with music. Past activities include the concert of dance and music “Sokuten Kyoshi” at Instituto Italiano di Cultura, the contemporary music concert “Actual Entity” at Tokyo Opera City, and various stage surroundsound designs such as Sound Scape with Shakuhachi, traditional artists group “Yurabi no Kai” and other stage seminars. Received AES fellowship, IBS Fellow Award, ABU Best Paper,JAS Sound Meister, and AES Japan Award.

Invited lectures regarding surround include the workshops in such countries as Korea, China,Singapore and India being regarded as”Surround Shogun” himself in the global audio community. Teaches at Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo Technology Communication,and Nagoya University of Arts as temporary instructor.

 

Shiro Murakami: Apf

Born on March 3, 1989 and grew up in the suburbs of Kawasaki in the naturerich environment playing with insects. Showed interest in arts and theatrical plays, and started studying music professionally in Tokyo University of the Arts.

Keen about the potential of performance premises beyond concert halls and live houses, and the activity expanded widely to the stage directorship and the music workshop planning as well as composition and performance. One of the major goals in his composition is the harmony with the environment of the nature and with the traditional culture.

Recent activities and awards include:

2007-2008: Performance of BGM composition at Marui Yurakucho and Marui Shinjuku

August 2008: Composition for Vermeer Exhibition at Tokyo Metropolitan Museum

March 2009: 4th Sogetsudo Competition Grand Prix “Horror – Avant-Garde Music Tells A Story”

July 2009: Project of music workshop for children “A Composer’s Room” at

Tokyo University of the Arts February 2010: MOTUS Award in Contemporary Computer Music Concert

March 2010: Stravinsky’s “Soldier’s Tale”

May 2010: Composed music for the athletic performance at elementary schools’ festival in Yokohama

October 2010: Composed music for Tiger Dance in the Buddhist service of Natsukarisan-Shukoji Temple

 

“Kumano Genso”Special Booklet English

 

KUMANO GENSO
Surround Scape Design:Mick Sawaguchi
Composition/piano : Shiro Murakami
UNAHQ-4001( UNAMAS hug )

 

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“Afterglow [RE-MIX as Silky Touch by Ribbon Mic]” 192kHz/24bit Hi-Res by HQM STORE

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afterglow

Afterglow “RE-MIX as Silky Touch by Ribbon Mic”
(Ribbon Microphone Ver.)

Eriko Shimizu (piano)
UNAHQ-1010( UNAMAS Jazz )
Jazz

Format:

High-Resolution &  Stereo

FLAC 192kHz/24bit


trial listening of the other songs [HQM STORE site]

Song Title:

[1] Smoke Get’s In Your Eyes -Jerome Kern-
[2] I’ve Got A Crush On You -George Gersgwin-
[3] Aftergrow ~Zansyo~ -Eriko Shimizu-
[4] Oborozukiyo -Teiichi Okano-
[5] Someone To Light Up My Life -Antonio Carlos Jobim-
[6] I Loves You Porgy -George Gershwin-
[7] A Ray Of Hope -Eriko Shimizu-
[8] Sora -Eriko Shimizu-

Artists:

Eriko Shimizu (Piano)
Shiori Takeda (Vn1)
Atsuki Yoshida (Vn2)
Marina Suzuki (Va)
Kazune Koshikawa (Vc)

Recording Scene

Sanken CO-100K & Audio-Technica AT-4081/AT-4080 from "Afterglow" Eriko Shimizu Acoustic Grove System under the Piano from "Afterglow" Eriko Shimizu

from "Afterglow" Strings4  Shiori Takeda (Vn1) Atsuki Yoshida (Vn2) Marina Suzuki (Va) Kazune Koshikawa (Vc) from "Afterglow" Atsuki Yoshida : Vn2 Shiori Takeda : Vn1  Eriko Shimizu : Com/Pf Marina Suzuki : Va Kazune Koshikawa : Vc Yohichi Tsuchiya : Arr

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Eriko Shimizu & Strings4 “Afterglow ~ZANSYO~” (Condenser Microphone Ver.) 192kHz/24bit Hi-Res & Surround

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afterglow/Eriko Shimizu & strings4

Afterglow ~ZANSYO~ (Condenser Microphone Ver.)
Eriko Shimizu (piano)
UNAHQ-1009( UNAMAS Jazz )
Jazz

HQM STORE  /  HIGHRESAUDIO

Format:

High-Resolution &  Stereo/Surround

FLAC 192kHz/24bit
FLAC 192kHz/24bit surround

Song Title:

[1] Smoke Get’s In Your Eyes -Jerome Kern-
[2] I’ve Got A Crush On You -George Gersgwin-
[3] Aftergrow ~Zansyo~ -Eriko Shimizu-
[4] Oborozukiyo -Teiichi Okano-
[5] Someone To Light Up My Life -Antonio Carlos Jobim-
[6] I Loves You Porgy -George Gershwin-
[7] A Ray Of Hope -Eriko Shimizu-
[8] Sora -Eriko Shimizu-


Artists:

Eriko Shimizu (Piano)
Shiori Takeda (Vn1)
Atsuki Yoshida (Vn2)
Marina Suzuki (Va)
Kazune Koshikawa (Vc)

 

Recording Scene

Sanken CO-100K & Audio-Technica AT-4081/AT-4080 from "Afterglow" Eriko Shimizu Acoustic Grove System under the Piano from "Afterglow" Eriko Shimizu

from "Afterglow" Strings4  Shiori Takeda (Vn1) Atsuki Yoshida (Vn2) Marina Suzuki (Va) Kazune Koshikawa (Vc) from "Afterglow" Atsuki Yoshida : Vn2 Shiori Takeda : Vn1  Eriko Shimizu : Com/Pf Marina Suzuki : Va Kazune Koshikawa : Vc Yohichi Tsuchiya : Arr

 

Afterglow ~ZANSYO~ (Condenser Microphone Ver.)
Eriko Shimizu (piano)
UNAHQ-1009( UNAMAS Jazz )
Jazz

HQM STORE  /  HIGHRESAUDIO

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