Guitar Player Magazine Interview: Guitar In Pictures
Guitars have always played a role in film and television music. From George M. Smith’s pioneering work for Paramount Studios in the ’30s and ’40s to Bob Bain’s radical riffing on Henry Mancini’s Peter Gunn theme in 1958.
Interview: Can Song Lyrics Ruin a Scary Movie Moment?
Song placement plays a very important role in a film – a song can make you feel happy, sad, nostalgic or make you laugh.
Kurt Oldman on Streamers
Composer Kurt Oldman describes how he uses Figure 53’s Streamers as a critical part of his workflow when scoring film and television.
Film Music Media Interview: Kurt Oldman
Kurt Oldman takes some time to talk about his process and share some fun and interesting stories.