audiomachine: Helios

audiomachine announced a few days ago a new album, entitled Helios. Composed by Paul Dinletir, and produced by Paul Dinletir and Greg Townley, it was recorded at Air Lyndhurst Studios in London, in April 2012.

“I was posed the question “If you could record anywhere in the world, in the hall of your choice, with any size orchestra to achieve the grandest, most powerful sound you could imagine… Where would you go and what size orchestra would you use?”” Greg Townley says. “After I realized this was a serious question, I thought it out a great deal and replied, “London-Air Lyndhurst with 90-100 players.”  Once Paul Dinletir, owner of audiomachine set his sights on this concept, I was hoping he was going to make it happen. Now I know he means what he says. When I was asked to produce this new project with him I was humbled and ecstatic at the same time. The result of a hypothetical conversation and months of exciting work is now here; the astonishingly brilliant and sonically superior Helios…” Read more here.

Here is some footage of the recording sessions at Air Lyndhurst Studios in London:

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UPDATE – Dec 04, 2012: Helios is now available to the public for purchase in digital format through iTunesAmazon and CDBaby, and as physical CD via Amazon and CDBaby.

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One response to “audiomachine: Helios”

  1. Markus says:

    Wow. What a difference a 100 strong orchestra makes (seeing an orchestra live is amazing too). The sound is just huge and body shaking! I will definitely be looking out for a public release of this.

July 21, 2012
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