A while ago I started watching Homecoming out of curiosity, in part because of my love for the excellent Mr. Robot from the same director (scored by the fantastic Mac Quayle) and in part for all the fuss about the soundtrack, entirely non-original and taken by classic movies of the past.Read More
Years ago I read a wonderful interview with the great Elmer Bernstein.
When asked about his writing process, he said that when he was given a film to score, he would spend a lot of time just watching the film with no prejudice. He tried not to think about the music at all. No thoughts about themes, harmonies or orchestration.Read More
The power we have as film composers is unbelievable. We can manipulate the viewer and change the meaning of a scene with just a few notes.Read More
Every time I start working on a new film there are a couple of things that can happen…Read More
The first and third cornerstones are the easy ones: you can work on them and get better at your craft with experience.
Knowing what you want to say though, that's a whole different story and it’s a double-edged sword in the world of music for media.Read More