This is the second part of my interview with Chris Wirsig. We dive into other topics like music design, the changes the pandemic’s brought to music production and recording, and how you might get started in the world of music production yourself!
In this part of the interview, we talk about:
- How music design looks in different countries
- Changes in the movie making industry, especially when it comes to music production
- The changes he’s made with composing music since he started
- Chris speculates how he thinks the pandemic will change music production
- Recording music in different locations separately and then having one person mix everything together
- How technology’s changing the way full productions happen
- All of the changes that have happened in the last 5 years that allow for better remote collaborations
- The future of remote recording
- How Chris uses his keyboard to create pretty much any sound
- Chris’s love for the cello and adding it to nearly everything he writes
- Chris’s upcoming productions and how different they are from what he’s been doing
- His love for making up new and unique sound combinations
- Advice on how to get into this sort of work
- Chris’s word of caution about doing music production, especially for TV
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