He-Man Main Theme – Charles-Henri Avelange (5.1 WAV)

$1.99 USD

This is a Heavy Metal/Orchestral cover of the original 1982 He-Man Main Theme, produced and arranged by Charles-Henri Avelange. As a huge fan of the original series, Avelange spared no expense to give this cover the most authentic sound it could have: therefore, all instruments had to be recorded live. The violin section was performed by virtuoso french violinist Ambroise Aubrun, all guitars played by Michael NOMAD Ripoll, brass section by trumpet extraordinaire Chris Tedesco, and the electric bass by Charles-Henri Avelange.

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Charles-Henri Avelange is a truly unique talent, an accomplished composer renowned for his thunderous orchestral pieces and uplifting tributes to American Heroes. He has over 30 scoring credits in film, television and video games. Avelange grew up in a 12th Century Knights Templar castle in his native French Riviera, a stone’s throw from the Cannes Film Festival. He blends seamlessly his passion for analog Moog synthesizers with his lush symphonic instrumentations, inspired by his heritage coming from a long linage of French Military officers and Master Painters.

This is a Heavy Metal/Orchestral cover of the original 1982 He-Man Main Theme, produced and arranged by Charles-Henri Avelange. As a huge fan of the original series, Avelange spared no expense to give this cover the most authentic sound it could have: therefore, all instruments had to be recorded live. The violin section was performed by virtuoso french violinist Ambroise Aubrun, all guitars played by Michael NOMAD Ripoll, brass section by trumpet extraordinaire Chris Tedesco, and the electric bass by Charles-Henri Avelange.

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  1. 1. He-Man Main Theme

Additional information

How To Play Your 5.1 WAV Files:

Method 1:
1. You will need a laptop with software that supports 5.1 FLAC playback (freeware options include VLC Media Player, Foobar2000, etc)
2. Connect your laptop to your A/V receiver via HDMI cable
3. Be sure to select HDMI as the audio output in your laptop’s audio settings menu
4. Open WAV files in your software media player of choice
5. Enjoy!
Method 2:
1. You will need a Blu-Ray player that supports 5.1 WAV playback
2. Make sure you format your thumb drive to FAT 32
3. Move the 5.1 WAV files to USB drive
4. Plug drive in Blu-Ray player’s USB port
5. Select USB in the player’s menu and navigate to where the files are located
6. Enjoy!