#TBT to Season 1 (Episode 5) of #StudioTime - I talk about the guitar sounds in Mad Max: Fury Road. Forever connected to the Doof Warrior. I talk about the actual guitars I used, the pedals, and amps. Plus how I used multiple layers of guitars with the help of Cubase. I also share the actual guitar play up close.
Back in the 40s, 50s, and 60s - film composers entered a period of neoclassicism, oftentimes looking back at music made in the 1700s to create scores inspired by that period (known as the Baroque period). There was tons of room for melody and harmony then and a key composer at that time was Bach. One of the main reason's he's been important to me is because mother often played Bach, especially... View details ⇨
#BRIMSTONE's director Martin Koolhoven and I are big fans of how music worked in 1950s and 60s film scores. Sounds effects weren’t huge at that time, so music was hugely important to what was on screen. Melodies used in the 50s and 60s were quite different than what we hear today. Directors at that time like Alfred Hitchcock would be in favor of letting the drama play out in the music, while... View details ⇨