This video, via Vanity Fair, features composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, talking about their work for the Netflix sci fi show Stranger Things.
The duos discuss how their early work led to the directors approaching them to score the show. They also talk about the biggest influences on their music, and the differences between the music of Stranger Things season one and season two.
They also talk synths, breaking down the synths used in the show’s theme and talking about how they use their collection of analog gear in creating the score.
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