Here is the not-yet-ready for prime-time arrangement of Bach’s Prelude from his first cello suite:
(Audio updated 9-23)
This music sounds better in the software I used to arrange it, which is StudioOne version 5. The section where the drums come in on the WAV file is dull compare to the original software file. I am still in the early learning stages of this software. I will make improvements, and updating this file, over the next few days before installing this stereo system in the artwork.
I am delaying the video for this artwork because I am having technical issues with a new 20 watt stereo system I will use for this artwork. That is a large upgrade from my previous system which was also stereo but only 2 watt per channel. By going to a 20 watt amplifier I can use speakers that produce a higher quality of audio reproduction to better match the value of these artworks.
The drums in this music comes from a song In The Air Tonight at the 3 minute 16 seconds mark.
My arrangement of this classic Bach music (even after I have perfected the WAV file) would not appeal to most J S Bach admirers. I understand that, and they are right, but I am an artist, and if I am to be an artist, you gotta break down barriers, push through, upset, question, and challenge the viewer to see and hear differently, and not necessarily the way I do, just different enough to turn the knob, and step through the next unknown door as a shared experience.
I will have more about this artwork in a future video, including the playing of the final audio file.
Scott Von Holzen