Uploaded on Jun 3, 2011
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Intento-48, "Arriving at Chichen-Itza 2012" is a "Music-on-the-Fly" inspired by the pre-Columbian archeological site located in the Yucatan state, Mexico. Chichen-Itza was built by the Maya civilization about 1400 years ago.
The message from the Mayans for this 2012 is simple: we all must live in peace and harmony. It is NOT about the end of the world, it is about a change.
Very few digital editing for additional sounds, basic restoration (background noise reduction), and slow 360 stereo field rotate effects. No compressor, no hard limiting, no pan/expand effects, and no normalizing process. Recorded directly to a Zoom H2 (wav-format: 16bit, 44100Hz).
For best performance use your headphones and turn off the lights.
In Lak'Ech. Peace.
On June 21 2011 the mexican President Felipe Calderon and the mexican Secretary of Tourism Gloria Guevara, launched a campaign program named "Mundo Maya" (Mayan World), to promote and boost the tourism in the southeastern states, which includes Campeche, Chiapas, Quintana Roo, Tabasco, and Yucatan.
You can watch their promotional video here:
It has been reported that the hospitality facilities closest to the biggest archeological ruins such as Chichen-Itza, are almost sold out for the Solstice dates of 2012. That is the case for the cities like Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and Merida.