Fantastic Score

Hurwitz, Matt
July 2005
Mix;Jul2005, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p93
Describes the score recording for the comic book adventure film "Fantastic Four." Members of the film scoring team; Overview of the arrangement of the orchestra; Difficulty of creating themes for modern films with an orchestra; Types of microphone used for individual instrument groups.


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