EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: YANILA VARELA
NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF COLOMBIA
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The production was recorded on 2-inch analog tape and itinerant, at various times, between state-of-the-art studios in Miami, Los Angeles, Bogotá and Cali.
(ARRANGERS AND MUSIC DIRECTORS)
JOSE AGUIRRE (Pereira, Colombia, 53)
Grammy and Latin Grammy winner.
Married to the singer Adriana Chamorro
(Canela Female Orchestra. Backing vocals on Niche’s Grammy-winning album “40”)
(niche producer, el cigala, thalia, guayacan, are from cali. Marc Anthony trumpeter, India, Luis Enrique, Sergio George, Bobby Cruz).
JUAN JOSE AGUIRRE (Cali, 20 years old)
Son of Jose and Adriana.
He studies at Berklee College of Music.
WINNER OF SIX GRAMMYS
THE MAN WHO MIXED THE ALBUM FOR APPLE MUSIC WITH THE SOUND “ATMOS DOLBY” (SURROUND SOUND)
ERIC has worked with Gloria Estefan, Julio Iglesias, Chayanne, Cachao, Arturo Sandoval, Natalie Cole, Jon Secada, Elton John, Natalie Imbruglia, Shakira, and the late legendary producer Phil Ramone (who was a producer for Billy Joel, Burt Bacharach, Ray Charles , Chicago, Peter Cincotti, Natalie Cole, Celine Dion, Bob Dylan, Sheena Easton, Aretha Franklin, Debbie Gibson, Elton John, Quincy Jones etc)
DOLBY ATMOS WHAT IS IT?
The album will come in “immersive mixing”, unique 64-channel system and Dolby Atmos technology made for APPLE MUSIC (the sound experience only for those with AIRPODS, SPATIAL AUDIO)
It is a sound technology that seeks to offer ‘surround sound’. This means that instead of just hearing the sound in front of you through the speakers, you can hear the sound around you, something that will better immerse you in the experience that whatever you are listening to, be it music or a movie.
This sound technology has been created by the company Dolby Laboratories, and was launched in June 2012.
The technology enables a 360-degree surround sound experience, allowing creators to place different sounds at different points in the soundscape.
When you are listening there will be sounds behind you, another to the left, or another to the right or in front of you, or at different points.
In the world of music, the experience will be as if you were in the center of a rehearsal studio, being able to hear where the guitar is, the bass somewhere else, and the different positions of each of the instruments.
Dolby Atmos is capable of using a 128-track channel and up to 118 sound objects simultaneously. This means that in the sound that you hear there may be up to 128 different objects making noise, and that these could be distinguished. Sounds can be anything from an explosion to a bouncing ball to someone’s footsteps, it all depends on the context and what you’re listening to.
The orchestra is made up like this:
- String Section, 60 musicians.
- Woodwinds section, 12 musicians
- French Horn, 4 musicians
- Brass Section, 11 musicians.
- Symphonic percussion, 4 musicians
- Niche Percussion, 3 musicians
- Piano, Bass Niche.
- 4 Singers.