The Lord of the Rings Live

Eskow, Gary
June 2006
Mix;Jun2006, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p66
The article features the play "The Lord of the Rings," directed by Chris Nightingale at the Princess of Wales Theater in Toronto, Ontario. This musical play performed by an ensemble of 15 live musicians and three keyboardists triggering the Vienna Symphonic Library Pro Edition sample sets off of G5 computers running Logic.


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