by Emily Weber
The depiction of comic book superheroes in cartoons, TV shows, films and video games dates back to I don’t even know when, but I can assure you that the trend is not fading anytime soon. Hollywood’s production schedule of films based on characters from Marvel and DC Comics will continue on a path towards infinity and beyond until they run out of characters, at which point they will continue with sequels and remakes. [cough-bat-man-cough].Tags: Batman, comic, DC Comics, E.S. Posthumus, film, Groove Addicts, Immediate Music, Marvel, Music in Media, Position Music, Spider-Man, superhero, Superman, Thor, trailers
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By Emily Weber
First of all, I am honored and privileged to be a Tadpole Audio contributing writer and this will be the first of many excitable ramblings about the crazy world of trailer music.
Yup! I said it: Trailer Music. I bet you forget about those little, fast-moving, event-of-the-year mini-movie previews that sum up the best parts of an upcoming movie release. Whether you are a person who works in the “Movie Trailer Industry” (wait, what? There’s an INDUSTRY? Yea, I’ll get to that…), or a musician/composer who is wondering how to get their music into a trailer, or just a regular fan of movies, and you get to the theatre on time so you don’t miss the previews, I think a fun monthly discussion about the music that is IN the trailers you see and the music that has YET to be heard in a trailer, will be a fun thing to talk about.Tags: Blue Stahli, Emily Weber, Immediate Music, Led Zeppelin, Position Music, production library, Silversun Pickups, Sucker Punch, teaser trailer, trailer, Zack Synder