In this excellent Soundworks Collection interview, supervising sound editors Curt Schulkey and Geoffrey Rubay share the story behind their work on the film, and discuss the incredible task of introducing a new unlikely hero, Miles Morales and his five counterparts from another dimensions to stop a threat for all realities:
Want to know what went into making the score for the film? The Annotator features an interesting interview with composer Daniel Pemberton below. Here’s their description:
In this episode, Daniel Pemberton unties his musical web of themes; instruments and technics he used for Into the Spider-Verse. He dives deep into his unique utilization of the hip-hop staple of record-scratching, where HE employs Londoner DJ Blakey and his multifaceted scratching abilities in a multi-layered recording process that may also be a first. He also talks about writing this score both in London but also, due to the ongoing collaborative nature of the project, in Los Angeles. There, he found himself in a small bit of space in the Sony Animation studio, from where he would complete the score as the production period of the film wound to a close.
Check out the trailer for the film below:
Here’s footage from the voice-over sessions:
Curious to learn more about the film’s unique visual style? This brief video takes you behind the scenes on that:
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