A production company that specializes in the production of music concerts that is totally immersive for the eyes and ears of the audience.
Although traditional music performances are meant to appeal mainly to our auditory sense, Total Music is new because it offers total entertainment by immersing the audience in entertaining sounds and rhythm, beautiful and meaningful visual imagery and culturally diverse creative expression.
This concept of Total Music is made possible by the willingness to combine artistic resources from many cultures with advancing digital technologies. This provides opportunitIes to push boundaries in entertainment content by using new visually appealing elements and attractive soundscapes. Total Music goes way beyond what is usually referred to as “World Music” or “Fusion Music”. By taking advantage of ever-evolving advances in electronic music, Total Music is totally diverse, incredibly visual, fully immersive and uniquely entertaining.
This multi-cultural mosaic of visual art and sounds combined with limitless possibilities offered by digital sciences allow Total Music to impact audiences in an unprecedented manner. It shall become the Total Music entertainment experience because it puts emotion and meaning back into music.
This Total Music studio at the Joseph & Loretta Law Institute of Arts and Technology will help launch the brand of Total Music by developing the highest quality video and audio recording of live performances that goes beyond “high definition”. For the first time in entertainment history, the two shows of the Denver International Electronic Music Festival 2018 will be recorded and reproduced in 4K cinema-quality video combined with DSD (Direct Streaming Digital) audio recordings. This combination of video and audio recording has never been achieved before. DSD audio recording is otherwise known as “super audio CD” and is characterized by music sampling rate that is 2.8 million per second, exceeding the highest achieved by conventional digital recording by magnitudes. DSD recorded music not only showcases the highest possible detail of the music, but also it gives the listener the feeling that the music is live and three-dimensional, free from the sensation that it comes from electronic amplification.
The Law Institute’s Total Music Studio is grateful to Gus Skinas, the audio recording engineer and developer of the Sonoma (the first multi-channel digital workstation, recorder and editor), for his partnership and contribution so that the recording of these Festival’s concerts into the world’s first 4K cinematic quality video recording combined with DSD audio is possible.
The Law Institute of Arts and Technology is proud to introduce world audiences both the new concept of Total Music as well as the latest advances in reproducing live concerts by combining the highest possible video and audio resolution in a manner never achieved before.