Audio Sanctum Releases

Chant of the Mystics, Vol. 1
by Patrick Lenk

Immerse yourself in the mystical and spiritual power of Gregorian chant with Chant of the Mystics, Vol. 1, featuring the incredible vocals of Patrick Lenk. His deep and transformative voice will guide you on a journey of spiritual enlightenment and upliftment as you listen to his famous new interpretations of the 1500 year old Western European Gregorian chant tradition, which express the inner mystical nature of these prayers through his unique sound and style of singing. As you listen to the soothing melodies and rich harmonies of these ancient hymns, you will feel your spirit lifted and your soul nourished. The deeply spiritual and mystical nature of these chants, combined with Patrick Lenk’s captivating voice and fresh interpretation, will help to enrich your spiritual life and connect you with something greater than yourself. – proven by the feedback of millions of listeners, who felt their lives changed by this work.

While traditionally sung in unison and at a very high pitch, these re-interpreted versions bring a more full and balanced experience. Combining it with the old chant style of early ancient Rome, their use of bass tones (similar to the eastern christian tradition), orthodox and templar singing elements as well as modern musical accompaniment, the moving essence of these chants unfolding deeply for the listener.

Whether you are seeking solace and peace or looking to deepen your connection to the divine, Chant of the Mystics, Vol. 1 is the perfect choice. So why wait? Add it to your collection today and experience the transformative power of Gregorian chant like never before!

This exclusive CD is designed with a beautiful mystical artwork and also includes a 16-page lyrics booklet with the latin texts translated from Latin to English. Total Playtime: 1 Hour 16 Minutes.

Inner Knowing
by Simon Daum

Experience the heavenly choral vocals of Simon Daum’s sacred ambient choir debut album “Inner Knowing”. He invites you to explore your own inner kingdom and discover your divine origin. His compositions lead you on a spiritual quest of self-discovery and inner search for the true light inside. The journey starts with the subtle intuitive calling of an inner knowing, but realizing the unfortunate dark state where the connection to the Divine is not made yet. After that initial beautiful call, a range of melancholic melodies and songs tell the story about mourning and sadness about that disconnectedness, before the journey takes a turn for the seeker to increased interactions with the spiritual world, where the Holy and Divine Light are accessed and experienced more and more, and heavenly choral vocals sing of a blissful experience. Inner Knowing invites you to look inside, know yourself, remember your divine core and let it guide your path from darkness to true light.

Simon Daum’s use of simplicity in his compositions is both powerful and beautiful, reflecting his belief that all truth is gently revealed in the hearts of men, where wisdom is taught and inspiration awakened. His music is minimalistic because his belief is that all truth is simple.

It is through this beauty of simplicity that the true message of the music is conveyed – the search for inner truth and awakening of inspiration. “Inner Knowing” teaches wisdom which reveals itself through the beauty in all things. The album is an emotive and meditative experience that touches the heart and soul.

This album is perfect for those seeking a deeper connection to their spirituality and inner selves. The music guides the listener through the darkness and into the true light of inner liberation. It is a transformative journey that leaves one feeling uplifted, inspired, and renewed.

“Inner Knowing” is a must-have for anyone interested in sacred ambient choir music. Simon Daum’s album is a masterpiece that will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on all who listen to it. It is a testament to the power of simplicity, the beauty of music, and the eternal search for inner truth.

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