“Innerbase” is the first extended track on David Miles Huber’s album, Parallax Eden. Huber is a four-time Grammy nominated producer and musician in the electronic dance and surround-sound genres, whose music has sold over a million albums. His dance performance style is energized and balanced out by lush beats and live acoustic instruments that combine to create a “Zen-meets-Tech” experience. Containing 5 extended tracks that deftly balance simplicity with complexity, “Parallax Eden (Berlin Mix)” brings new flavor to his original “Parallax Eden” which was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Surround Sound Album category in 2011.
Huber is the author of numerous books on recording and electronic music, including the prominent Modern Recording Techniques (2013). He has also performed all over the US and Central Europe using his in-studio tools (Steinberg Nuendo), on-stage performance tools (Ableton Live) and wireless iPad controller (zero-debug Touchable3).
“Parallax Eden (Berlin Mix)” contains 5 tracks designed to transport you to new places, such as the final one which is an interpretation of the world’s first lunar landing.