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Axanar Podcast # 12 – Scoring Prelude with Alex Bornstein

By November 5, 2014 Podcasts

Axanar 12: Orchestral Flourishes Composing the Music of Axanar with Alexander Bornstein.

The visual and sound design of Prelude to Axanar is incredible, but without a full musical score the experience of The Four Years War would be quite different. Many great composers have guided the sound of Star Trek over the decades, each bringing their own unique flavor while at the same time maintaining a common, special feel that tells viewers as once that what they are hearing is Trek. With Axanar, that proud history continues with the talents of Alexander Bornstein.

In this episode of the official Star Trek: Axanar podcast, Alec Peters and Christopher Jones are joined by Alex to learn about his musical training, his time working under Bear McCreary, his approach to composing for Prelude to Axanar, the classical and film influences on his music, and his plans for the full Axanar film.

In our news segment we learn about the new warehouse space that may become Axanar Studios, the first design meeting with John Iacovelli, and more discussions on fleshing out the creative team that will bring the rest of the Axanar story to life.

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If you love music then you’ll want to tune in to the latest episode of the official Star Trek: Axanar podcast! Alec Peters and I are joined by composer Alex Bornstein, the man behind the Axanar soundtrack to learn about his musical training, his time working under Bear McCreary, his approach to composing for Prelude to Axanar, the classical and film influences on his music, and his plans for the full Axanar film. http://www.trek.fm/axp/12