MP3 download: The Way to the Stars

Moody space music ranging from an epic choral feel, to delicate dreaminess and dark ambience. Every track has a story to tell or a definite mood it's trying to evoke. All the album tracks are on YouTube (and embedded on my Music page).
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MP3 download: Worlds Beyond Number

Hypnotic, dreamy, relaxing space music produced in the early 2000s and released in 2006. Classic tracks including "Mars Calling" and the title track "Worlds Beyond Number" are still regularly played on the DI-Space Music channel all these years later. All the album tracks are on YouTube (and embedded on my Music page).
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Latest music

As well as the two physical CD albums, I now regularly release download-only tracks. All are on Youtube and Bitchute. If you’d like a high-quality 320K MP3 of any of these tracks you’ll find links in the video descriptions, or you can just search for me on any of the popular music services such as Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Deezer etc. Perhaps the easiest way to download all my music is to become a supporter on Patreon. There you can instantly download all my music as well as some exclusive tracks not available anywhere else. If you have any comments, suggestions or requests please send me a message – I’d love to hear from you.

The first album: Worlds Beyond Number

Years ago I made an audio slideshow of Hubble images and wrote a “space music” track to go with it. It was called “The Best of Hubble”. At the time (very early 2000s) it was quite a novelty. YouTube didn’t exist back then, and the video (a Flash .swf file in fact!) was deleted by the host when they realized how much bandwidth it was using. My last count put the number of hits somewhere around 10 million. I received many requests for the music but, being a corporate robot at the time, it took several years to release an album. An extended version of the music is below, called “The Good Earth”.
The title of the album “Worlds Beyond Number” comes from the closing scenes of the surprisingly dark classic sci-fi movie “The Incredible Shrinking Man”. The monologue reads in part: “I looked up as if somehow I would grasp the heavens, the universe, worlds beyond number, God’s silver tapestry spread across the night. And in that moment i knew the answer to the riddle of the infinite.” It’s one the great movie endings and a must-see for sci-fi fans.
Richard deHove

About me

I’m a composer and audio tinkerer. As a kid I used to mistreat the family piano and play with shortwave radio; as a youth I played ‘synth punk’ music on the live circuit; now I write semi-ambient ‘space music’ and do sound design. Have a browse around, send me an email, download some free stuff. Some of my music is on YouTube, one track was used in a zombie movie 🙂
Richard deHove