Monday, June 12, 2006

Michael Suby


You may (or may not) know him as the composer who put together a chilling--and at the same time magical--soundtrack for The Butterfly Effect. While not the best of films (morally or critically), Suby's score was a bright spot, and the album (with sales on the rise at amazon.com) contained 24 tracks and over 45 minutes of music. Decent fare for any horror flick.

Soundtrack.net recently interviewed the talented young composer, and it is a fascinating read (along with some cool sound clips).

Read it HERE.

And that's all for tonight. Take care!
-Sam Van Eerden

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