Why not set a price for my music?

I have a passion for creating music and it is my dream that as many people as possible can enjoy this music regardless of being able to contribute financially.

This does not mean that I wish for everyone to take my life’s work for free, but rather that I ask you to treat the downloads that I offer in much the same way as you would a musician whom you see performing live music on the streets, in a train station, market or anywhere else performing with the intention of entertaining passers by and providing a soundtrack to their daily lives and in return simply putting their hat around the crowd to collect tips and contributions from those inspired and able to give something back.

For this reason much of my music can be downloaded for any donation, ranging from nothing to anything that you are able to contribute. (Please note – artists make more money from each Bandcamp sale than they would from iTunes, Spotify, or any other distribution system. Thank you for your support).

We are now living in a wonder era where Internet based social mediums are available almost everywhere to practically everyone. In terms of human sociology the textbooks say we have never been as connected as we are right now in this very moment.

I have dedicated pretty much my everything, and sometimes more, to introduce this art into people lives across our globe.
I do this by investing EVERYTHING I can back into my mission.

If you enjoy my work and you are in a position to do so then I invite you to contribute and support for a download, buying any of my physical merchandise or indeed making a donation via PayPal.

I also encourage you to share this music with friends and family, but I do ask that you pass on the link to my website so that they can find out the story behind ‘Daniel Waples – Hang in Balance’ and thus connect with the music in a more integral way ☺

I thank each and every listener for his or her attention.

Daniel Waples

Please note:
If my music is to be used for your own projects, be it a YouTube video from your family holidays or a commercial advertising campaign, express permission from myself must be granted prior to posting online.

Daniel Waples Discography, Collaborations and Projects

Vesica Picsis – The Hang Playing Hedge Monkeys (2008)
MMX1 – Hang in Balance (2008 – 2010)
Hang & Violin – Hang in Balance (2011)
Crystal Waves – Hang in Balance (2011)
Live at Saint Stephens – Hang in Balance (2012)
Lisn – Daniel Waples & Friends (2014)
Banyan – The Hang Drum Project (2014)
Lisn Remixed – Hang in Balance & StreetRitual (2014)
Flow – The Hang Drum Project (2014)
Sunset in India – Daniel Waples & Lars La’Ville (2015)

Live in London – Hang Playing Hedge Monkeys (2008)
Nail Evaded – Dave Crowe & Daniel Waples (2012)
City Side Shamans – Synchromystix (2012)

Recordings and Live shows with:
Thaalavattam, MC Xander, Baka Beyond, Joanne & Leah Shenandoah, ThePete Box, Antonio Seminara, Dave Crowe, Sainko Natchymic, Digital Samsara, Madalena Alberto, Lars La’Ville, J-Rokka, Ellie Lawson, AeroSol Arabic, Davide Swarup, Danny Cudd

Remixes by:
Subaquerous, Subsqwad, Concious Kalling, Jnana, Maejus/James Watts, Animatronix, DubCOling, Gridwork, Nas-ja, Halo Refuser, Cranky, Sephira

Current Projects:
Daniel Waples and Thaalavattam
Hang in Balance – Solo Project
The Hang Drum Project – James Winstanley
Hang in Balance, Hang & Violin – Flavio Lopez

Past Projects:
The Hang Playing Hedge Monkeys – Danny Cudd
DA-Harmonics – Alexei Levin
Synchromstix – Kev the Poet, Mike Stanton, Jack Jennings, Ben Tree, James Watts, Craig Reynolds, Arthur Young
Nail Evaded – Dave Crowe & Daniel Waples