Bek and his Ep Particles form the reference number plateau and two of Awen Tales in which he presents us with two different visions of the same track separated in time by two years. The original mixture in its basic structure was made some time ago. One of the first things that set the direction in the production process was the background voice that can be heard. Bek worked on the show for quite some time to keep it dynamic along the track. My friends liked the first final versions of the track, but I was not at all happy with the quality of the production. It disappeared into a folder for a while. After listening to his unreleased tracks 2 years later, he reloaded the channels. It was too good to end up stranded on the hard drive. He added some rhythmic elements, made some arrangements and was ready. In the end it’s a good trip, if you jump in and get on the frequencies. The producer always tries to find the right balance to make it interesting, but without exaggerating. The Cold Adaptation Mix was built from scratch when he started updating the Original Mix. Making another version with a deeper feel and atmosphere seemed like a good idea. I worked on different ideas from Bassline, but finally stuck to the sticky one that made the final version. He recorded different arpeggiator lines with the Minilog with different movements. The German producer was very satisfied with the result, it’s a nice contrast to the original mix for those who like a bit deeper and more advanced.