Ady is on the road again, and this time in Morocco with Blues and Rock group, Izouran N-Sahara!
Izouran N-Sahara, Roots of the Desert, is a blues and rock band from southeastern Morocco. The band’s music represents the diversity and culture of Tagounite and M’hamid El Ghizlane people. Singing in both Tamazigh and Arabic, Izouran N-Sahara’s songs talk about the unique situations of the nomadic people and their feelings of love, peace, and tolerance.
Thanks to the lovely support from Patreon, we got to remix 3 songs with Izouran N-Sahara in a traditional clay house in the desert. Their song M’hamid El Ghizlane depicts the critical situation of climate change and how it has made living in the desert unbearable.
Izouran N-Sahara fused the traditional music styles of the Amazigh and Arabic people within the Sahara desert and have created a new modern take on traditional musical storytelling. The band has embraced the cultural diversity of their home and are doing what they can to represent the strength within the country of Morocco. “Our traditions and our values are our message.”
Izouran N-Sahara was a band that we could record live without a click track. Tribal music is unique and the click was killing the vibe. Recording Izouran N-Sahara’s music was one of the times when feeling and authenticity come before technique. Recording their music using both mid and side recording techniques gave so much more control and gave a cleaner recording, something you’ll learn to do from this course.
The Izouran N-Sahara Course
You can mix the music recorded by Ady in his new course, that not only includes the multitracks, but also the license for you to use your mix on your own website or portfolio!
This is not only a great opportunity to learn how to mix this unique band, but you will also be supporting Ady as he travels the world in his RV equipped with a recording studio, so he can continue recording great bands like Izouran N-Sahara!
Get the Izouran N-Sahara Course here: https://transactions.sendowl.com/packages/803723/BC876F2B/purchase?r=29183
Watch the video below to hear more about Ady’s travels and his work with Izouran N-Sahara!