By now, 46 years after the original series' September 1966 debut, one might imagine that every conceivable aspect of "Star Trek" lore and memorabilia has been mined and merchandised.
On Thursday night more than 500 musicians, composers and others active in the Hollywood music biz heard a panel of experts warn that film, TV and videogame scoring continues to leave L.A. because…
Beltrami's propensity for musical drama ranges from horror to poignancy
Sonic Fuel Studios, a new $2-million scoring compound in El Segundo, Calif., has been designed by composers with music for film, TV and videogame specifically in mind.
The music branch has finally come to its collective senses.
Thirty-eight years ago, Steven Spielberg wanted musical Americana for his first feature, "The Sugarland Express." He hired John Williams on the strength of the composer's folksy scores for "The…
It pays to be a part-time songwriter with a full-time job at Pixar. Alex Mandel manages the 3D department at Pixar's Northern California operation, but still gets out his guitar from time to time.
From 'Wreck-It Ralph' to 'Rise of the Guardians,' animation scores bring varied virtual worlds to life.