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Nádraží! by Flicker.
Album: HappySad

Composed by G. Davies.

George Davies – guitars
Maxx Damage – bass
Sven Stiglund – drums

Recorded, engineered, mixed and produced at Wud Records Studio One.
Mastered at Wud Records Studios 2023.

Originally released November 2023.

Copyright © 2023 Wud Records.
Copyright ℗ 2001 Explicit Music.

Fun Facts:
* Nádraží was recorded using A = 432Hz, instead of the usual standard concert pitch of A = 440Hz.
* There is a lot of information available online for anyone interested in the fascinating whys, wherefores and history of these two tuning frequencies.
* Nádraží means ‘station’ (especially of the railway variety) in Czech.
* It was composed in late 2000 and early 2001, before George went to Prague to visit his friends there.
* Several of the tunes that he had composed very recently had no title, so he asked a few of his Czech friends for ideas for what they should be called.
* The title Nádraží!, or ‘Railway Station!’, was suggested by David.
* This all came about following an amusing and perfectly harmless linguistic blunder.
* A confused visitor to Prague raised his glass in a bar to some friends and cried “Nádraží!”, causing much giggling.
* The correct phrase would have been “na zdraví” – literally, “to health”.
* It’s an easy mistake to make when visiting the Czech Republic.
* Nádraží! is in the key of A minor and the tempo is within the allegro range, at 138 BPM.
* The guitar is played on Nicodemus.
* Maxx plays the Plank and Sven plays mostly Tama and Zildjian.
* The guitar and bass parts were recorded using the Neural Quad Cortex.
* George used two factory presets from the QC and changes pickup configurations as the piece develops.
* These patches were called We Love Herbie (left) and Piece of Mind (right).
* Maxx created his own patches from scratch on the Quad Cortex, as he likes to do such things.

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