We're thrilled our music is part of the promotional trailer for the new Italian series "The Young Pope," produced by SKY Italia, HBO and Canal+. Jude Law stars as the youngest and first American Pope in history, who arrives at the first day of his post to encounter the power struggles of the secretive Vatican state. The series plays out against the stunning backdrop of papal Rome. Directed by OSCAR award winner Paolo Sorrentino, who won for his film La Grande Bellezza. Can't wait for the premiere on October 27...
There's a tiny house movement going on right now, in case you hadn't heard. People are choosing to leave their material-focused lives behind in favor of a more minimalist lifestyle, including building homes that average about 250 square feet inside. Curious? Check out FYI Network's Tiny House Nation, which features LC music in several episodes.
Bob Moog (1934-2005) was a pioneer for electronic music for more than 50 years, affecting the lives of musicians around the world. The invention of the Moog synthesizer revolutionized almost every genre of music, offering musicians new ways of expressing their creativity and transforming their lives and their work.
We at Liquid Cinema are thrilled to support The Bob Moog Foundation, a non-profit that promotes creativity by bringing together music, science, history and innovation via some amazing projects.
Understanding the science behind how things work is crucial to the process of creation and innovation, even when it comes to an artistic pursuit like music. By giving kids hands-on opportunities to work with instruments like theremins and kazoos through their program Dr. Bob's Sound School, they can see the link between sound and science, paving the way for future innovation.
The foundation's other projects include the preservation of his archives and musical inventions and an interactive museum which is currently under development.
To learn more about The Bob Moog Foundation or to get involved, see their website at www.bobmoogfoundation.org.
Hey Star Wars fans...for those of you who want to know the #BTS secrets for mastering, check out this Reddit Q&A with Shawn Murphy, Dann Michael Thompson, Pat Sullivan, and Tom Laskey, who have helped shape the soundscape of Star Wars through the musical score mix. During their AMA, they discuss what it's like to work with John Williams and George Lucas, the equipment used to create the unique sound of the saga, and how mixing music has changed over the past few decades. The broadcast features LC music.
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