Busy week with other music prep going on for a friend's upcoming dance performance, so I put a bit less time into this one--little time for automation going on, but there might be something worthwhile in this one. I started with some drum lines I was hearing, and ended up abandoning them in favor of some distantly related variations.
Drum rack of dry drums (low-pass auto-filter to roll off the high end, high-pass on the kick with a big resonant peak to give the kick impact), Impulse instruments of tabla and hand claps, Tension with pizzicato strings, Electric (Old School Rhodes), another Electric (Crunchy MKI) with LFO band-pass auto-filter and send to Filter and Simple delays, electric bass (sidechained with the drums), and two guitar (both Moderne, one wah into the Amp plugin + send to harmonizer, one fuzz and wah, with a separate delay chain). Some convolution reverbs, delays, and the M4L Dual Harmonizer for a kind of chorus. I tracked a lot of stuff, some of which got unused. (You can hear some pops in bass edits here; I've cleaned them up since, but this .mp3 has them.)
Title comes from the Wikipedia note on the number 46, which apparently in Japanese can be pronounced a bit like the phrase for "my best regards."
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