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    Mr. Who reacted to TownerFan in JURASSIC PARK - Live to Projection Concerts   
    It was Mike Matessino who replied to you explaining how the process works. I copy/paste here because it's definitely interesting stuff to share:
     
     
     
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    Mr. Who reacted to Alex in Martin Scorsese’s THE IRISHMAN (2019)   
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    Mr. Who got a reaction from Jay in The Custom Covers Thread   
    The Lion King (2019):
    The Lion King by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    The Lion King by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    The Lion King by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    The Lion King by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
     
    Spider-Man: Homecoming:
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
     
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    Mr. Who reacted to Holko in Harry Potter 7CD Collection - MUSIC discussion   
    Heheheyyy!
     
     
    Not bad at all.
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    Mr. Who reacted to MedigoScan in Your Favourite Unreleased Tracks.   
    The greatest crime ever was not releasing 'No Time for caution' from Interstellar. (Because the film mix was never recorded, argh!)
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    Mr. Who reacted to Albus Percival Wulfric in Hans Zimmer's The Lion King (2019)   
    Here is how I feel about things like that:

     
    Battle for Pride Rock is Zimmer's best track since 2007.
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    Mr. Who reacted to Bayesian in Hans Zimmer's The Lion King (2019)   
    I've been listening to the soundtrack and was taken by two moments in Battle for Pride Rock that struck me as particularly fun and infectious -- at 5:05 (10 seconds) and at 6:26 (19 seconds).
     
    If this is what HZ is capable of, give me more. Lots more. I'm guessing these moments underscore some of lighter moments in this otherwise serious scene. Regardless of how this music came about, I absolutely love it. Anyone else feel the same way?
     
     
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    Mr. Who got a reaction from The Illustrious Jerry in The Custom Covers Thread   
    The Lion King (2019):
    The Lion King by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    The Lion King by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    The Lion King by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    The Lion King by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
     
    Spider-Man: Homecoming:
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
     
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    Mr. Who reacted to bollemanneke in Best Mike Matessino release?   
    Well I recently revisited the Original Star Wars scores and found 4 quite boring, 5 very engaging and 6 possibly even more so.
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    Mr. Who reacted to Jay in Michael Giacchino's SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME (2019)   
    Thought this would be fun; If you want to listen to the score by country!
     
    MEXICO
    1 cue not on the OST
     
    NEW YORK CITY
    3 or 4 cues not on the OST
     
    VENICE
    2. It’s Perfect (0:30)
    3. World’s Worst Water Feature (7:30)
    4. Multiple Realities (3:32)
     
    AUSTRIA
    5. Brad to the Drone (3:32)
     
    PRAGUE
    6. Change of Plans (2:28)
    7. Night Monkey Knows How to Do It (0:19)
    8. Mr. One Hundred and One (3:20)
    9. Prague Rocked (3:43)
    10. Who’s Behind Those Foster Grants (2:57)
    11. Power to the People (3:33)
    12. Personal Hijinks (3:53)
    13. Praguenosis: BAD (1:08)
     
    BERLIN
    14. A Lot of ‘Splaining to Do (2:14)
    15. The Magical Mysterio Tour (3:21)
    16A [first 2 minutes] Taking the Gullible Express
     
    THE NETHERLANDS
    16B [final 3 minutes] Spidey Sensitive
     
    LONDON
    17. Gloom and Doom (4:16)
    18. High and Flighty (2:20)
    19. An Internal Battle (1:50)
    20. Happy Landings (2:58)
    21. Tower of Cower (5:12)
    22. Bridging the Trap (1:58)
    23. Bridge and Love’s Burning (2:50)
     
    NEW YORK CITY
    24. Swinging Set (1:47)
    25. And Now This… (0:58)
     
    END CREDITS
    1. Far From Home Suite Home (8:27)
     
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    Mr. Who reacted to The Illustrious Jerry in The Custom Covers Thread   
    Exploring the endless possibilities of awesome looking covers for 2001: A Space Odyssey. 
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    Mr. Who got a reaction from Koray Savas in The Custom Covers Thread   
    Some covers for Zimmer's Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons and Inferno:
     
    The Da Vinci Code by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Angel & Demons by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Angels & Demons by Hans Zimmer (with border) by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
     
    The Da Vinci Code by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Angels & Demons by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Inferno by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Inferno by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    The Last Samurai:
    The Last Samurai by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    The Last Samurai by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    The Last Samurai by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    The Last Samurai by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
     
    Tears of the Sun:
    Tears of the Sun by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
    Tears of the Sun by Hans Zimmer by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
     
    The English Patient by Gabriel Yared:
    The English Patient by Gabriel Yared by hahah123 Covers, on Flickr
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    Mr. Who reacted to bollemanneke in James Horner's TITANIC (2017 4CD expanded edition from La-La Land Records)   
    I still think the film version is getting too much negative criticism. It's obviously a mess from start to finish, but when I watched the movie for the very first time, I hardly noticed any of it because I was too wrapped up in the story and because the sound effects hide everything pretty well.
     
    I do have to admit that the live experience sounded chopped up at times. But was there ever any alternative? I mean, would it even be possible to match Horner's original cues to the picture in most cases? I can see things like Relics and Treasures working pretty well, but as I can't find any videos with restored score excerpts that preserve the movie's dialogue and sfx, I can't be sure.
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    Mr. Who reacted to John in What are your favorite film/TV waltzes?   
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    Mr. Who reacted to Giftheck in Hans Zimmer's The Lion King (2019)   
    The soundtrack for the live-action remake of The Lion King is due out July 11 digitally and July 19 on CD. Unlike the 1994 OST, the soundtrack includes the music standalone as opposed to being arranged into suites. Not all track titles have been published yet. So far there appears to be two new songs in the form of whatever TBA is supposed to be, and "Never Too Late" which is probably the new end title song.
     
    I'm intrigued because this essentially quates to what The Legacy Collection set of the 1994 score has, at least in arrangement. It makes me curious to hear what exactly has been changed this time around. The film is reportedly 30 minutes longer and I highly doubt this is 'everything'. Also interesting is the aforementioned lack of suites - we all know Hans loves to have suites on his soundtracks.
     
     
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    Mr. Who reacted to NL197 in James Horner 1953-2015   
    http://jameshorner-filmmusic.com/important-james-horner-missing-pieces-and-a-book/
     
    Four years ago today James was lost. 
     
    We are looking for some testimony from those in the industry, those who aren't but came to know him anyway, and will be utilizing as much as we can for our project.
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    Mr. Who reacted to tintacle in The Custom Covers Thread   
    A couple of previews for another Bond series.
     
    The Cars:
     


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    Mr. Who got a reaction from Once in Harry Potter 7CD Collection - MUSIC discussion   
    I usually prefer listening to complete scores than to OSTs because with an OST you don't get the full picture and you might not get the best version of a cue. Many times the film version of a cue is much better than what we get on the OST. Thematic development is often ruined on a 1 hour OST because of chronology problems & missing music.
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    Mr. Who got a reaction from bollemanneke in Harry Potter 7CD Collection - MUSIC discussion   
    I usually prefer listening to complete scores than to OSTs because with an OST you don't get the full picture and you might not get the best version of a cue. Many times the film version of a cue is much better than what we get on the OST. Thematic development is often ruined on a 1 hour OST because of chronology problems & missing music.
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    Mr. Who reacted to King Mark in Harry Potter 7CD Collection - MUSIC discussion   
    whaa? we've been waiting 15 years for this holy grail and now people say they like the OST better?
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    Mr. Who reacted to bollemanneke in Harry Potter 7CD Collection - MUSIC discussion   
    How CAN people claim the POA OST is an accurate representation of the score?! The most unique and brilliant cues are missing: Honeydukes music box, A Winter's Spell, the pub music, brief snow scene, etc, etc. No, let's repeat the useless end credits suite instead.
     
    Also, I just don't understand why people keep going on about 'the composer's album intentions'. ET lasts 40 minutes and HP1 over 70 because the studio allowed him that luxury. So what makes anyone think that JW would never ever want a complete album to be released? Williams doesn't use some magic formula to completely transform a score for the OST and give us a transcedental 'listening experience'/concept album, he just does what he can with the time they allow him to use!
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    Mr. Who reacted to Holko in Harry Potter 7CD Collection - MUSIC discussion   
    If most of the cues are good enough, I couldn't give less of a shit about a "listening experience".
     
    Sorry for viewing a score I love for a film I like in the very specific context for which it was bloody created in the first place.
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    Mr. Who reacted to Richard Penna in Harry Potter 7CD Collection - MUSIC discussion   
    How can people here call themselves fans of John Williams if they think half the score isn't worth listening to?
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    Mr. Who reacted to Holko in Harry Potter 7CD Collection - MUSIC discussion   
    Fuck no.
    Literally all the OST edits do is interrupt the actual flow of the actual score.
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