2001: Time Out, Twenty One Years Later

I am not a musician just an enthusiast but I really like this tune. It is very unusual and puts you in a different sort of mood. I would like to hear more music like this but it is very rare. I listen to as many artists and songs as I can and RedHeat is definetely one of my favorites.

Pros – This should be a classic. It stands out among the crowd!

Cons – As long as it was I was left wanting to hear more!

Reviewed by Steve on 14-feb-2002 

Your Time Out is really a fantastic piece of music! I love the sound of piano! I just can’t stop listening to it no matter what I do… Keep up good work! 

Reviewed by centti on 17-oct-2001 

Studio Notes

Finally – The completed version! Time Out has to be one of the most uplifting symphonic electronica songs I have written so far, it’s beginning is very slow and quite abstractly put together, but you’ll soon find that about 1 minute in you’re in for some action. If you like piano pop then check this song out as the piano is one of the major parts accompanied by synthesizers and some fantastic pad sounds. If you find you like this, I’d appreciate some comments!

Original release note, 2001

This is a piece of music that really helped me recall/restore the person I used to be after it all went tits-up for me ten years ago.

March 2022

Equipment used:

Music:

  • Roland XP60 Synthesiser
  • Emu ESI4000T Digital Sampler
  • Unitor AMT8 Midi Patch-bay
  • Terratec 24/96 Audio Interface
  • Cakewalk Pro Audio 9

Cover Art:

  • Apple iPad Pro 4th Generation
  • Shapr3D iOS CAD for 3D Design & Visualization
  • Procreate iOS
  • MOLDIV iOS

Cover Art

Performed By: Redheat

Album UPC: 194171475375

Label: Sonic Soundscapes

Released: 2001

ISRC: ushm21987359

Year: 2001

Genres: Symphonic Electronica, Progressive Electronic, Electronic Pop

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