Music in the Castle of Heaven

by ChameleonMusic

Re-Imagining:
‘Music in the Castle of Heaven’

Based on:

Original Field Recording:
'Hamburg St Michaelis organ plays piece by Bach'

The title of the re-imagined version comes from the book of the same name by John Eliot Gardiner – a study of JS Bach.

Everything in the remix comes from the original field recording; nothing has been added.

The opening motif was created from three short audio snippets - time-stretched, re-pitched and generally mangled in some of Reaktor 5’s granular ensembles. The rippling pad that enters later is actually the complete original track processed through the granular capabilities of Reaktor 5.

As well as internal effects within Reaktor, Camel Audio’s ‘Camel Space’ was used extensively as a multi-effects unit and the whole track was mastered using Izotope Ozone 4.

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Re-Imagining:
‘Music in the Castle of Heaven’

Based on:

Original Field Recording:
'Hamburg St Michaelis organ plays piece by Bach'

The title of the re-imagined version comes from the book of the same name by John Eliot Gardiner – a study of JS Bach.

Everything in the remix comes from the original field recording; nothing has been added.

The opening motif was created from three short audio snippets - time-stretched, re-pitched and generally mangled in some of Reaktor 5’s granular ensembles. The rippling pad that enters later is actually the complete original track processed through the granular capabilities of Reaktor 5.

As well as internal effects within Reaktor, Camel Audio’s ‘Camel Space’ was used extensively as a multi-effects unit and the whole track was mastered using Izotope Ozone 4.