Terminal 2 Mexico City Ambient Electronic Music.
“Terminal 2 Mexico City” was recorded live at the Benito Juarez International Airport in January 2012.
It was a fun experiment with lots of sounds from all over the busy terminal while I was waiting for my flight.
I remember that people were looking at me wondering what I was doing with all my electronic gadgets hooked together for my music improvisation (Intento-50).
I was wearing my headphones with my notebook, my Kaossilator, my iPad, my Belkin star, and my digital recorder in hand.
Yes, I know, It was a perfect projection of the geek I am. But I really enjoyed the moment with my unusual inspiration and it was the best way to kill time before boarding time.
Every time that I listen to this improvisation it makes me feel as if I was there again.
A live recording using the NLog Pro Synth for the iPad, the original Korg Kaossilator (yellow brick), and the Zoom-H2 Handy Digital Recorder with very few digital edition using the Adobe Audition for noise reduction. No compression process, no MIDI, no hard-limiting process, and no normalizing process.
For best performance use your headphones, play it loud, and turn off the lights.
I hope you enjoy my improvisation just as I enjoyed recording it.
The photos were taken the same day using a Lumix DMC-ZS7 digital camera and edited using the “Rays” app for the iPad.
Have a Happy Holidays and a safe flight. Peace.
©Eduardo Nava – December 2012