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Cinematic Cathedral Organ

Tim Benjamin

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

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1
Expanse
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:20
2
Majesty and Wonder
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:35
3
Progression
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:38
4
Transformation
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:42
5
Balance
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:12
6
Cinematic Cathedral Organ
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:18
7
Something Wicked
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:15
8
Distance
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:35
9
Grace
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:38
10
Ascending
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:31
11
True Darkness
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:19
12
Shadow
Tim Benjamin; The KPM Orchestra; Tim Benjamin
2:50
Total Playing Time    29:53
Cinematic Cathedral Organ presents 12 of simple solo organ production tracks that are ideal for creating numerous atmospheres, from the contemplative to the awestruck to the unnerving.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – KPM Music Studio Masters

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