Mark Felt

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House

I have a lifelong fascination with espionage, starting with reading Peter Wright’s near-unbelievable autobiography Spycatcher when I was young. Today, I’m a big fan of the Espionage podcast, which has put a spotlight on retelling the stories of some of the most notorious spies throughout history. That ties in neatly with this new film entitled Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House, starring Liam Neeson and Diane Lane, for which I was privileged to contribute suspense underscores and sound design elements.

Here is the trailer:

New: The #AI lawsuit that's shaking up the music world. This new frontier of #GenerativeAI music is being pushed by #Suno and #Udio, but there are serious concerns. https://youtu.be/Hy8Or6af98c

ICYMI: 1 of my most popular #choral arrs ever is this SAB of Pierre Passereau's playful Il Est Bel Et Bon (16th century). Traditionally 4-part SATB, Perfect for emerging choirs to tackle vocal technique & part independence. #choir

New from me: what is going on with @Adobe, @Dropbox, and the future of online #privacy? It concerns every one of us:

I think it’s safe to say when Instagram tries to launch their nth new feature copied from another rival platform, their chances of success now become 1/n.

An interesting comment in light of the fact that the work of millions of human creators has been vacuumed up by OpenAI without consent or compensation.

Happy birthday to this dude (@aaronscottlazar) who is working on a project of a lifetime in the middle of a battle of a lifetime and is making everyone stronger for it. Thank you for being in my life bro and so glad we get to make some magical music together. @youralsnetwork

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