The Leviticus project concludes with the final installment in the Leviticus trilogy. This third album (in a three part series) holds a mature electronic sound which fully develops from the previous two installments. It is my favorite of the three.

This project had the daunting task of capturing major themes in the middle book of the Torah called Leviticus, or book of the priesthood. Known as the shunned book of today, the name of the Father (tetragrammaton) is imprinted throughout its pages with a sabbatical (seven) spacing sequence. Various electronica was used instead of classical music as the book focuses on rebellion and righteousness.

Leviticus 3 was a very successful and rewarding album in its musical interpretation. As with the previous albums, the tracks were created in album sequence in order to maintain the structure of the book. This album was put together very quickly (completed in eight weeks, each one during a weekend). Had suffered from a bad case of tinnitus a half year prior, so was very happy to come back to the composing chair.

Just about all of the Leviticus 3 tracks are grouped with my favorite compositions ever made. My most complete album so far. Very happy with it. Hope you will be too.

Each Leviticus album was created on FL Studio with plugins, yet primarily focuses on a specific plugin series. This was done on purpose to help give each album a different expressive sound:

Leviticus – Sytrus (and related plugins) on FL Studio (10)
Leviticus II – Arturia V Collection (4)
Leviticus III – Omnisphere (2)

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All music on this album is composed by Yahunatan (Jonathan Raimer). Keyboards and programming by Yahunatan. Composed in 2018.

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You are allowed to use this music in your projects, yet please give appropriate credit (the same as you would want to be treated). Thank you.