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Old 07-25-2009, 01:22 PM
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Hello David,

First of all, thank you for being here with us for a while!
My question is related to mixing live and virtual instruments according to your view. How much is it a prestige issue to use mostly live musicians when scoring big budget movies? (of course apart from synth and other digital sounds) Do producers/directors take the "traditional approache" self-evident? (I guess it is not always the same, but maybe there is a tendency you could point at...)
To what extend do you mix VIs in the final versions of your scores?

Thank you again!
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Old 07-25-2009, 10:24 PM
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Live musicians are always better, synths are great for unique tonal colors, we use quite a bit of synths in the final versions. It's all about what the music calls for.

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