Having attained the ceremonial nods by the powers that be and gifted the luxury of an unrestrained time budget, I have elected to embark upon a venture to ensure “Young At Heart” is unparagoned.
At the outset, I wanted to convey the concept just based on the title, but now engage in updates which serve to make the record evolve into an undeniable Masterwork. The title evokes the thoughts of feeling young at any age, yet in fact, it is about Psychopathy and Sociopaths. There are no known effective treatments to cure a Psychopath and as a result, they never psychologically mature and therefore permanently remain incapable of “Having a Heart” or the ability to Love. So yes, they will forever be Young at Heart.
One of the recent and more important upgrades is the introduction of the infantile cries of a baby placed at strategic points in the composition. Placing it by the word “Morgue” is a key element that drives home the fact that a Psychopath is emotionally dead from the first breath in life until the last. They never really live, they just exist in a depressed dark and gloomy world of torture and torment while practicing inperfidiousness at every turn. Essentially they are deceased at the moment of birth.
Another sign that I am ebullient in making “Young At Heart” anomalistic is my attention to every detail from beginning to end. Shifting single notes in high resolution and employing Langstonjvers Methods on notation Veitler overlay are among just a few examples of the advanced theory involved in this record. In addition to placing Maestoso yet Quodlibet Sinfonietta phrases as part of the arranging techniques, there are multiple submixes utilizing Stravinsky Retrograde inversion that are aurally so subliminal and cryptic that they are only discernible by the most advanced musical genius.
In addition to digital editing, I am also using analog media which is copied and slaved until the final stages as not to degrade audio performance as I learned many years ago from some of the techniques utilized on Michael Jackson records. There will be no lapse of quality and thought in the composition and production of this Record.