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Avi Adir and Atmani

Avi Adir and Atmani produce warm, mysterious soundscape music over a deep and relaxing atmosphere. Their new album, Divine Music for Meditation, is perfect for meditation or yoga class.
Avi Adir portrait

Avi Adir, singer and multi-instrumentalist, travels the world to share his flow of tantric deep meditative music on an ancient-type voice on a wide variety of instruments, like the Indian Bansuri, the Armenian Duduk, the Greek Bouzouki, the Japanese Shakuhachi, the Egyptian Ney, the Silver Flute, or the Native American flute.

Avi started singing and playing guitar when he was twelve, and grew up as a songwriter and performer. In his twenties, he studied the making of bamboo flutes, studied Indian Raga music, while tuning his voice to the sounds and colors of new instruments.

Music is my tool to get in tune with my real nature. I’m here to share the radiated waves of the divine forces of life, which are flowing all around.

Play the music, not the instrument.

Play only what you hear. If you don’t hear anything, don’t play.

—”Music is the marriage between the left and the right brains. It is where they interact in total harmony. It has a mathematical side to it that the left brain really connects with, as well as an emotional side that the right brain can dwell upon. Music is emotional mathematics.”

Avi Adir
Atmani (NL)

Atmani (NL) is a composer and producer. He plays keyboards, synthesizers and acoustic instruments to create contemporary meditation music that blends EDM, world and classical music.

— Originally music had a divine meaning, it was used to raise awareness. Music was not just for entertainment purpose but was played to deepen our connection to the mysteries of life. I like music when it serves that purpose, that it to reminds us that there is something divine in all of us. This is my only criteria for making music.

— When producing or playing music, every note has to be interesting, has to keep the awareness focused otherwise the mind will dwell away. That is the essence of making music: keep the mind focused.

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