Mackay: Bonifaz has shared a new perspective on music and sound

We spoke to Woodwind’s sound supervisor and surround sound mixer, Alec Mackay about the film. The sound design and mixing was completed by Marcel Duvenage, before Mackay worked on the Dolby Surround Sound. Here follows Mackay’s input and feedback on the feature film after finishing the surround: On the music of Bonifaz On first reading … Continue reading Mackay: Bonifaz has shared a new perspective on music and sound

Q & A with Woodwind composer Fraunberger

We speak to Austrian composer Stefan Fraunberger about his art on the soundtrack of Woodwind. Your art is not only inspired by Indian Classical Music or tradition. Tell us about your influences ranging from Eastern Europe to the Middle East. I lived in Romania… (There was) a phenomena that was mostly erased in “western civilizations” through 19th century … Continue reading Q & A with Woodwind composer Fraunberger

Manjoo wrote Woodwind listening to Arvo Part and Fraunberger

We already read how the story of Woodwind was initially researched while inspired by Ludwig van Beethoven in Vienna in 2006. I’d listen to all Beethoven’s Symphonies, as well as a few piano sonatas, but then Symphonies 3, 4 and 7 became the central focus due to their balletic themes. Instead of taking me closer to Beethoven, research … Continue reading Manjoo wrote Woodwind listening to Arvo Part and Fraunberger

Shape interviews soundtrack composer Stefan Fraunberger

The platform for innovative music, Shape, spoke to Woodwind’s soundtrack composer Stefan Fraunberger. Here follows extracts from the Q & A, just before he performs at the CTM Festival in Berlin: On his music in abandoned churches I used to live in one of these Saxon fortress churches built 600, 700 years ago as a protection … Continue reading Shape interviews soundtrack composer Stefan Fraunberger