Press release: Deep Sleep by Andrew Brel
New album of Restorative Sleep music
DEEP SLEEP by Andrew Brel
Imagine sleeping warm by the fireplace while rainfalls on the roof.
This is over one hour of beautiful relaxing music that helps to reduce anxiety and restore inner peace. Use this music for autogenic training to ensure whole-body sleep relaxation or as part of your sleep meditation practice, for deep restorative sleep
Ambient instrumental music set in a floating background of a crackling wood fire and rain falling on the roof to bring about soothing relaxation for body and mind.
This ‘deep sleep’ music is composed to beat insomnia using delta waves, ideal resonant frequencies for stress relief, with the peaceful music relaxing and soothing your tiredness and tension as you unwind. Incorporating new age compositional techniques including binaural beats, solfeggio frequency music (a mathematically considered consistent resonance) and isochronic tones (motions and vibrations occurring at the same time, equal in duration), this music will help you to fall into a deep-sleep fast. The soundtrack is located between the 432hz healing frequency and my famous singing bowl drone at 528hz. This hour-long experience will lead you to experiencing restorative, deep, healing sleep, while at the same time promoting healthy lucid dreaming and astral projection by using binaural beat frequencies.
This music delivers good deep sleep through good positive intentions leaving you to wake refreshed and recharged and ready to rock.
Works really well to calm children and assist them with falling asleep relaxed and waking up refreshed and positive.
Download on CD BABY or listen on / YouTube /Spotify / Apple Music and iTunes
This album was recorded in Treadmill studios, California, In October 2019. All instruments by Andrew Brel. Who was also engineer, producer, archivist, art designer and mastering engineer.
The guitar on 3 tracks is a Casio Stratocaster.recorded through a Fender Twin Reverb, through a UAD Analogue to Digital processor.
The Fender Rhodes was recorded DI through the UAD. The various sounds and synthetic pads and soundscapes are all from my own Library of sounds going back to 2001, when I began recording sounds for use on meditation music recordings.
The two fireplace recordings and the two rainfall sounds were recorded by Andrew Brel in California during 2019. (A Shure SM7 into Logic on a Macbook Pro.)
The project took 14 days from concept to release.
I had a lot of fun making this album. The best part was proof checking, where I seldom made it past track one without falling asleep.
California 15 October 2019