Sencit’s Singularity Now Available to the Public

The successful trailer music company Sencit Music just released their first public album, following the requests of many fans. “You’ve spoken, and we’ve listened”, Sencit announced. Singularity, originally released to the industry in 2012, is now available to the public as well.

This album, part of the Tenth Dimension trailer music catalog, offers powerful epic cinematic music and sound design, mixing live orchestra – Singularity was recorded live with the Budapest Film Orchestra – and electronic elements. “Singularity explores the fusion of live orchestra with electronic music and sound design, resulting in an intense, epic and emotional album” Sencit explains.  It “stands on its own even outside the context of film or video game advertising.”

Composed by Mike Zarin, Anthony Baldino, Tony Hajjar and Chris Lane, it is “a concept album rather than a collection of genre-specific cues intended to be placed in a specific type of trailer,” as founder/producer Mike Zarin explains. “With the idea that humanity and technology can and will exist as one, our approach to the composition of this work as a whole was to create a seamless integration of humanity with all its imperfections, as represented by the orchestra, with the mechanics and calculated chaos of technology, as represented by the sound design and electronics. It’s completely fitting that the first placement from this record was into the Star Trek: Into Darkness Super Bowl spot!” (source: press release)

Many of Singularity’s cues have indeed already been used in various advertising campaigns, for movies such as Star Trek: Into Darkness, but also Runner Runner, White House Down…

Singularity is available to the public for purchase through iTunes, Amazon and other platforms. For licensing information, contact Sencit Music at info@sencit.net or log on to www.sencit.net.

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June 19, 2013
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