Giles Martin talks about overseeing the mixing of the original into a vastly expanded incarnation of a classic work.
Directed by Amy Tinkham, the new film championed by the late founder of Petrol Records and Executive Producer Chris "CM" Murphy.
History can be divided as pre-Pepper and post Pepper.
The original film from 1991 was scanned and restored into 4K, and remixed and remastered for release by Giles Martin and Sam Okell.
The home entertainment release features the film presented in widescreen for the first time, and in over 20 times greater resolution (on 4K UHD blu-ray) than the original DVD release.
The film will be distributed in the United States and Canada on 4 September, with additional details and dates for the film’s global release to follow.
The remix is by Dresden-born DJ-producer Purple Disco Machine, and its release follows three Golden Globe nominations announced for 'Rocketman.'
Tate Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool are presenting Giles Martin's Dolby Atmos mix of the landmark 1967 release, “transporting” the audience to Abbey Road Studios.
The vinyl & CD formats feature unseen imagery from the show, new essays from the band and sleeve notes by broadcaster and fan Jamie East.
The album has been newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and mix engineer Sam Okell, accompanied by 23 session recordings and demos, most of them previously unreleased.
The show has been fully restored from the original 35mm print to create a new widescreen 4K Ultra HD version.
The first-look trailer and launch of a Premiere Watch page precede a global premiere event for the full video.
The station will broadcast from Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 September from London’s iconic Abbey Road Studios,
The new visual features archive live footage, 70’s psychedelic animation, iconic album artwork and gig posters.
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