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Debut EP

Prequell

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1
Part V
Prequell
4:32
2
Part IV
Prequell
4:21
3
Part III
Prequell
7:11
4
Part II
Prequell
5:56
5
Part I
Prequell
3:27
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    25:27
Prequell is the brainchild of French musician Thomas Roussel, a fascinating and talented though secretive man. After collaborating with several prestigious musicians, Roussel decided to form Prequell as if rewriting an overture to his life as an artist. The result on this debut EP is a harmonious compound of classically written music and mad electronics, both a sensory and musical experience.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sequell Studio Masters

Track 4 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

Orchestra recorded and mixed by Stéphane Reichart
Paris Scoring Orchestra conducted by Thomas Roussel
Directors : Jonathan Grimbert-Barré and Sébastien Hillel
Production assistant : Alan Lévi
Recorded in December 2014 at Studio Davout, Paris
Mixed by Florent Sabaton and Thomas Roussel
Masterised by Color Sound Studio Mastering, Paris
Illustration and graphic design by Violaine et Jeremy
Layout design : Arthur Cochin

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