Sunday, December 22, 2013

CD Review – Deep Theta 2.0, by Steven Halpern

Legendary Grammy Award-nominated keyboardist and sound healing pioneer Steven Halpern's latest release is an entrancing suite of mind-relaxing music, featuring Halpern's trademark Rhodes Mark 7 electric piano and keyboards, as well as bamboo flutes played by three world-class masters of the instrument.

In addition to composing beautiful, calming music that soothes and refreshes, Halpern has designed the sound to vibrate at four cycles per second (4 Hz), a process called Aural-Sync brainwave synchronization that puts listeners' heart and brains in a deep theta state aligned with the fundamental harmonics of Earth itself, resulting in deeper meditation, enhanced DNA activation, self-healing, and greater creativity.

Embellishing the pristine sounds of Halpern's Rhodes Mark 7 electric piano and synthesizers are Jorge Alfano on shakuhachi and bansuri, two-time grand master title holder Ronnie Nyogetsu Reishin Seldin on shakuhachi, and Schawkie Roth on bansuri.

This is an ideal transport for a much-need mental getaway.

--Raj Manoharan

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