Thursday, March 15, 2012

Disobeying Orders

Our culture trains us to always obey orders. Police officers- soldiers- whenever someone objects and tries to explain why you are not protecting justice, what is the response? "Just following orders."

But is there ever a time to disobey orders?

The second (and first, since the last one was really an introduction) episode of The Babylon Effect.

Also, more music from "Act Like Men." One of my biggest takeaways from this project is that melodies are crucial and distinctive- but rhythms can be very unique too. This piece is driven by a morse code distress call rhythm which is very unique. I want to continue finding unique and fitting rhythms- and not just falling back on my old standbys.

Here's the morse code- can you hear it in the piece?

CQD - "Act Like Men" by gabrielhudelson


Jamie T said...

I'm loving your music, Gabe. I've been listening to that piece a lot. I really like how you used the Morse Code in it! :D

Oh, and the video was good---that lemon part. I was laughing SO HARD, Kayla was looking at me weird from across the room. :D I was like, "That is SO Pastor Hudelson!" Made me miss y'all a lot afterwards. :)


Gabriel Hudelson said...

We miss you guys too... it's been too long!

Glad you enjoyed it. :-)

amy said...

Your music just keeps getting better & better, Gabriel! I'm really enjoying these new pieces from Act Like Men. Are plans still coming along for new albums this year?? :-) My parents got me the Friday at Noon soundtrack for my birthday and it's been much enjoyed :D

Gabriel Hudelson said...

Amy, that's awesome! I'm honored to hear that you got that. Yes, plans are still in the works for more. Stay tuned!

amy said...

I will, by all means! :-)

Also, you may have already put this together, but my dad visited y'all's church back at the end of 2010.

Gabriel Hudelson said...

I didn't know that! That's great. Hope you all get to stop by sometime. :-)

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