The Wexford Carol (Tom Billy’s Jig) – Debra Lyn (3D Binaural WAV)

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“The Wexford Carol (Tom Billy’s Jig)” 3D Binaural mix is Debra Lyn’s follow-up single to “Blue Sun Rises.” “The Wexford Carol” is a traditional Irish Christmas Carol which has been meticulously intertwined with “Tom Billy’s Jig,” a traditional Irish fiddle tune. Featuring Baritone Acoustic Guitar, Uilleann Pipes, Irish Whistle, Irish Fiddle, Cello, Bass, Drums and Percussion, this is the perfect complement to “Blue Sun Rises,” Debra’s third CD for Nashville-based Palette Records. The album was produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Jeff Silverman, Palette Music-Studio-Productions. Jeff also co-wrote many of the songs with Debra and adds his signature style of performance on bass and baritone acoustic guitar throughout the album.

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“The Wexford Carol (Tom Billy’s Jig)” 3D Binaural mix is Debra Lyn’s follow-up single to “Blue Sun Rises.” “The Wexford Carol” is a traditional Irish Christmas Carol which has been meticulously intertwined with “Tom Billy’s Jig,” a traditional Irish fiddle tune. Featuring Baritone Acoustic Guitar, Uilleann Pipes, Irish Whistle, Irish Fiddle, Cello, Bass, Drums and Percussion, this is the perfect complement to “Blue Sun Rises,” Debra’s third CD for Nashville-based Palette Records. The album was produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Jeff Silverman, Palette Music-Studio-Productions. Jeff also co-wrote many of the songs with Debra and adds his signature style of performance on bass and baritone acoustic guitar throughout the album.

Debra Lyn is an Americana/Folk singer/songwriter and musician based in Nashville, Tennessee. Her music roots run deep through traditional country music to bluegrass and folk, which is on display in this original track written by Debra.

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  1. 1. The Wexford Carol

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Binaural 3D audio is inherently more authentic to our ears than two-dimensional stereo. It’s designed to replicate the way we hear spatially, leveraging how humans consume auditory information in our natural environment. 3D Binaural audio engages the listener by offering a spatial bearing that enables them to sense where they are relative to the noises around them. In a 3D immersive soundscape, the origins of sounds can perceptibly move about the listener, locating the listener as if they were standing in a real-life environment.

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