44.00Alongside the recorded Rhodes parts is another electric piano line, sampled from another record, that has a dramatic impact on the harmonic progression of the track.
Hans: “We tend to use lots of layering, and doubling instruments is a really good way to flesh out your mix and make the melodic parts big. We were listening to this gypsy jazz track from the 70s, and it started with these falling sounding progression. It’s another Rhodes. Sometimes it’s difficult if you use a sample Rhodes together with one that you’ve done yourself, but in this particular instance it sounded alright in the mix. They have a different kind of feel…”
Daniël: “It’s in the same key, kind of, but it’s drifting off a bit, and it works.” Hans: “It’s also a transitionary element. You can use it to say, ‘OK, something’s happening, it’s going to change, flip a little bit’.”