Atmos Single Release “Air”
from the upcoming new album “Berlin-Los Angeles-Ballads”
Gerhard Daum Quartett
The new audio format Atoms is now featured on Apple and Tidal, other streaming platforms will soon follow this new trend.
In the early 90s film music composer and multi instrumentalist Gerhard Daum (Trumpet, Guitars, Piano) released his album “Voiceland” in the Dolby Surround format.
20 years later the music industry is catching up with Dolby Atmos, bringing this higher resolution audio format to the mainstream. Dolby Atmos enables the positioning of instruments in a full 360- degree audio experience.
“The new Atmos audio format is working for all genres – I really appreciate the additional space and transparent sound experience combined with the higher resolution of the audio file.” (Gerhard Daum)
The album Time Redefined features twelve contemporary compositions for solo piano that portray subtle atmospheric soundscapes with transparency and highly musical sensibility. The album was recorded live on a Steinway Grand D in the Hansa Studio Berlin.
A new album featuring live piano solo music, written and performed by Gerhard Daum, is currently in the recording stage, due to be released late 2020. Set on capturing the grand piano as authentically as possible, the compositions combine simplicity and elegance to create a well rounded contemporary piano music experience. The album is solely recorded live in studio without any use of piano samples. Stay tuned for the exact release date to be announced soon.
For those who don’t fancy waiting – check out the album Piano Visionsfor further contemporary classical inspiration.