Item added to your cart.

Christopher Willits
Plants and Hearts
Room 40
Catalogue Number
Release Date
January 1, 2009


Underrated Ghostly artist Christopher Willits is a ceaseless creative force focused on teasing out the most from his instrument of choice ? the guitar. With 'Plants and Hearts', he sets out on an exploration of the tonal qualities of guitar, rendering a composition that references in equal doses the minimal harmonic shifts of minimalist composers Terry Riley and the phasing works of Steve Reich.

This music has a more special purpose and construct though, incorporating 4hz isochronic pulses and panning at the same frequency, this encourages the formation of 4hz brainwave patterns associated with states of meditation, deep relaxation, enhanced creativity, light sleep and lucid dreaming.

Using a MS (mid side) recording of guitar made by Ryan Kleeman at UMKC, his unique mixing technique alters spatial cues, and phase relationships.

WARNING: this recording may cause dizziness and a sense of vertigo. You are advised not to drive while listening to this music.

Christopher Willits

Room 40

View More

Experimental and Noise

View More
--:-- --:--

Privacy Settings

This site uses cookies and similar technologies. For information, please read our cookies policy. Cookies Policy

Allow All
Manage Consent Preferences