SCOREcast 044: Conrad Pope

Deane and Brian return from a two month break to chat with acclaimed Hollywood composer and orchestrator Conrad Pope about his life in music, his long-standing working relationship with John Williams, and his experience on this summer’s monster hit, Godzilla. Conrad also offers his thoughts on the Los Angeles musicians union saga, his first ever film score job, The Rocketeer, and how Midi can positively or negatively affect a film score. Deane and Brian also squeeze in a discussion on the very prickly subject of the value of your reputation as a private person versus your reputation as a professional entity.

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