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THE SCORE: INTERVIEWS WITH FILM COMPOSERS

By Kimberly Chun | Feb 01, 2000

Concert composer Michael Schelle may have never written music for film, but after penning his most recent book, it's safe to say he knows the score.The

Sound for Fosse and Annie Get Your Gun

By Mark Frink | Oct 01, 1999

Because so many in our little industry gather in the Big Apple for the October AES convention, I decided it would be appropriate to profile two of the

NEW YORK POST: SURROUNDED BY PRIME TIME

By Eric Rudolph | Oct 01, 1999

It doesn't take an insider to see that the New York post-production industry is booming. New shops are opening up, commercial mixing facilities are moving

Leslie Ann Jones: DOING IT ALL

By Maureen Droney | Aug 01, 1999

A master of the art in the classic sense, Leslie Ann Jones is, first and foremost, a truly musical engineer. Highly respected by her peers, she's the

STAR WARS EPISODE I: THE PHANTOM MENACE

By Walter Murch | May 01, 1999

In 1977, in a galaxy very close to home, Star Wars changed the way movies are made and released, ushering in the age of the Big Sound blockbuster and

Scoring for Film

By Rick Clark | Feb 01, 1999

Some of the greatest themes in film music-like "Lara's Theme" from Dr. Zhivago or "Also Sprach Zarathustra" from 2001: A Space Odyssey-have cemented key

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