You breathe the air, smell the winds, feel the warmth of the sunbeams and watch the waves crashing on the beach.
Maybe you receive a myriad of impressions, maybe you have a multitude of thoughts and a wide diversity of images?
That is the moment when you see "The Colours of this Day".
That is what happens every day - to me - to us - and hopefully to everybody. On the one hand the word "colours" stands for the multifaceted experience of a day. On the other hand it stands for the awareness of the singularity of just this currently experienced day, because this specific day will not come again. The current date does only exist today - and it will be over at midnight.
Mix & master: Gerald Arend of Ohrwerk Audio.
The audio expert Gerald Arend created a second version which puts the whole scenery into a wider space being more appropriate and more imaginary for the flow of the song. This version literally opens a door to a fantastic and even more colourful day. Here Gerald achieves his imagination of how this song must sound.
There are some more thoughts associated to this song, and therefore you may have a look at the lyrics here (pdf).
Length 3:43 min 5,2 mb
Song composed and performed by tanja soler zang and andy enroe in 2017.
Mix & master: andy enroe.
Grafics: A part of the images is based on graffitis of the sprayer scenery of Hamburg-Harburg and Sternschanze. You may realize the name of the artists by looking at the tags of the images. Thanks to these graffiti-artists. Fotos & video construction: andy enroe.
In order to get the full adventure we recommend:
Move the video of "The Colours of this Day" into the middle of your monitor and increase its size to the biggest possible size. In most browsers you can increase the size with [ctrl] and [+]. Then route the audio-signal of your i-pad or computer to a hifi-device or to a good headphone. Increase the volume a little. And now click the play-button!
There are two play-buttons: At the top you can play the dry "standard version" (1) and here you may play the "spatial version" (2).