Really Slow Motion: Elevation

Elevation is Really Slow Motion’s new industry release – a collection of sweeping, inspiring and uplifting cues,  delivering a “cascade of emotions” as suggested by the name of one of the tracks. It features “very orchestral driven arrangements, sweeping strings, solo instruments…” as the company explains.

Elevation was composed by Blake Robinson, Ivan Torrent, Cesc Vila Aulina, Ciaran Birch, Daniel Olson, Dylan Jones, Fran Soto, Gresby Nash, Jeffrey Peterson, Jesse D. Clinton, Natanel Arnson, Phillip Lober, Raffael Gruber, Tanuj Tiku, Tina Guo, and Citokid.

The album cover was made by Ryo Ishido.

Audio demo:

 

Elevation is currently not available to the public for purchase. For licensing information, contact Really Slow Motion.

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Editor-in-chief. Music-loving writer, currently living in Paris.

3 responses to “Really Slow Motion: Elevation”

  1. GrandEpic says:

    this album is … Huge Epic Orchestaral Theme … Awesome

  2. Markus says:

    Dammit! Another “not available to public” that I want! What’s the turnaround on these licensed albums being for commercial sale? About a year maybe? Great stuff and a company I’m watching now.

    • Clothilde Lebrun says:

      These albums are usually released to the public at least several months later, but sometimes it takes a few years. As far as Really Slow Motion is concerned, a new public release will be announced very soon – and it might include some tracks from Elevation. Stay tuned!

September 11, 2014
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Clothilde Lebrun
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