“Apollo 11” is a new documentary which features previously unseen footage of NASA’s first successful moon landing in 1969.
soundtrack, composed by Matt Morton, features a combination of electronic and orchestral elements, only using instruments that would have been available in 1969.
Step inside the uniquely authentic soundtrack to “Apollo 11”. It’s a rich blend of orchestra and electronic instruments, that only uses sounds that were available at the time of the moon landing.
Key electronics instruments included synths like the
Moog Modular IIIc, the Binson Echorec 2 tube echo and the enigmatic sound of the 60s, the Mellotron.
Watch Matt Morton demonstrating his Moog Modular system below. No doubt a sound befitting an epic space adventure.
Find out more about Matt Morton’s work on
his website and download the soundtrack via Amazon.
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