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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Trek (Michael Giacchino)

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Re: Disappointing soundtrack
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• Posted by: Jack
• Date: Sunday, June 20, 2010, at 4:08 p.m.
• IP Address: 74-60-173-209.clt.clearwire-wmx.net
• In Response to: Re: Disappointing soundtrack (Ken)

> AND your comments on the orchestration are completely spot on! It seems
> like his stuff has just been stale ever since he wrote that piece for
> Cloverfield. He writes music with one line that repeats from beginning to
> end (or very near to it) and, in The Incredibles, that was made
> interesting in certain cues by changing who was playing that line, what
> range the line was in etc. It seems to me that has been lost in his music
> ever since ROAR.

Blame Dan Walin for Michael Giacchino's recent scores being bland. Hes the recording guy for it. He dropped Steve Smith after Mercinaries. You could tell because Steve Smith initially mixed Mercinaries but Dan Walin came in after.

I thought that Alexander Courage's theme was a bit inappropriate for this flick. It was to tongue and cheek thought the movie is I would have loved Goldsmith's theme instead.




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