Mozart stretched and chopped

I made three tracks for Sophie’s birthday in November last year. This is one of them, and probably the most successful. It’s made by stretching the Confutatis Maledictis part from Mozart’s Requiem Mass, using Paul’s Extreme Sound Stretch (a great little tool, and free). Then the stretched part is choppped up and re-assembled in Reaper. Very simple, really, but quite pretty. The time-stretching exposes Mozart’s subtle layers of instrumentation that work behind the vocals.

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4 Responses to Mozart stretched and chopped

  1. Philip GILMAN says:

    The link to the audio does not play? This is an old post, does that limk need updating? Thx!!

    and see

  2. Guy says:

    Hello. I’ve updated the links. Not sure if the player works, but the file should be downloadable via the link. Your project is interesting – dauntingly long.

  3. pgilmblog says:

    (not MY project, just one I thought you’d appreciate . . .)

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