B. Ashra kidnapped us with his new album “The Sound Of DMT – A Sonic Ayahuasca Journey” on Klangwirkstoff Records into a sonic, shamanic magic world. Field recordings mixed with shamanic chants and ritual sounds, traditional instruments meet synthesizer drones and glitches, a sonic ayahuasca journey.
This album is tuned to the DMT molecule according to calculations by Hans Cousto. DMT is part of the Ayahuasca drink.
The DMT molecule setting are included Hemispheric Synchronizations, also called binaural beats or Hemi Syncs, which are precisely tuned to the DMT molecule.
4,99 Hz (Theta)
7,99 Hz (Theta/Alpha)
14,1375 Hz (Beta)
In order to achieve the best effect of the molecular setting, a good stereo image is recommended; headphones would be ideal.
The physically determined measured values of the DMT spectral analysis are octaved into the rhythm & audible tone range & thus form the basis of the entire musical composition in which all 8 main spectra of the DMT molecule can be heard.
So 8 different frequencies are played at the same time at 8 different speeds each so that an accurate acoustic image of the molecule is created.
This event appears on the album as a marimba chime which is tuned to the individual spectra.
Because some players take pauses between the tracks, but it‘s actually a 62 minute mix without pauses from all 6 tracks, we recommend audio players such as the Vox or Windows Media Player or similar, which do not pause between the tracks.
pre-listen & download: bandcamp
01 N,N-Dimethyltryptamin 14:47
02 Yagé 07:01
03 Shipibo 11:10
04 Magical Forest 14:50
05 Ayahuasca Icaros 08:16
06 Un Medio 06:15
Bonus Track: The Sound Of DMT – Complete Mix (62.20 min)
Label: Klangwirkstoff Records
Artist: B. Ashra
Titel: The Sound Of DMT / A Sonic Ayahuasca Journey
Total playtime: 62.20 min
Artwork: Paulo Jales
Mastered by Bert Olke: www.gl-audio.de
Style: Ambient, Drones, Cosmic Octave, Ritual Music, Ethno, Electronic Music, Binaural Beats
Special thanks to: Kajuyali Tsamani, Hans Cousto & Markus Berger for inspiration, Paulo Jales for the wonderful cover picture & Fong Ponto for the flute on track 4.