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Together - Single (by Betageist)
Together - Single (by Betageist)

Betageist – Together | Ethereal Dreamscape

Together is the latest ambient electro post rock instrumental by musician and audio software engineer Kevin Heber with his project Betageist. Heber is an alumnus of the University of Miami’s Music Engineering school. Being an accomplished audio software engineer, he has developed DSP algorithms and tonmeister tuning for factory vehicle audio systems for companies in the US, Europe, and Asia.

His music bridge that gap between synth-based and guitar-based instrumental genres combining ambient, prog, cinematic, and psychedelic genres. He composed music with a vivid picture in mind. And for that reason, the single artwork assists us as well.

The song begins with beautiful ethereal sounding clean synths and guitar lines that build on top of it. This then morphs into hybrid electronic rhythms as the dazzling production creates a mesmerizing sonic aura. The layers keep getting dense. One is astounded by the finely crafted arrangement by Betageist which builds layers upon layers as the guitar seep in. They taste like slices of cake and feel like being absorbed in waves or soaking in the beauty of the nocturnal galaxies. In the final outro, a spoken word sample moves us into a feeling of culmination and ending modifying the stakes to a certain seriousness in tone.

This is an ambient electronic post-rock instrumental song that creates a dreamy and atmospheric soundscape, blending electronic elements with post-rock instrumentation for a unique listening experience. Together is the concluding track of a full-length album planned for Spring 2023. With it, Betageist gives us a masterclass in crafting magical aural canvasses for listeners to truly revel in.

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