Streamers and Punches 4: Tweens, Trains, and Automobiles

We discuss John William’s workflow, the role of the computer in the digital music studio, Giacchino’s Super 8 score, and Horner’s Aliens as it compares to Khachaturian’s Gayane.


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This week’s panel:
This week’s topics include:
  • We look at John Williams’ creative process for composing film music.
  • Jeff introduces his new tech segment, detailing what role the computer plays in building your own home studio.
  • Kevin and Bill break down some of Michael Giacchino’s score to Super 8, with added commentary from Jeff; they look at comparisons between Super 8 and late 70’s/early 80’s John Williams’ scores.
If you like…

James Horner’s score to Aliens (Amazon MP3iTunes), you might like Gayane by Aram Khachaturian (Amazon MP3iTunes).

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