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John Paul Hayward p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. John Paul Hayward combined two things he loved: computer games and symphonic music. He took the soundtrack to the computer game Chrono Cross (1999) and created a 17-track movie soundtrack he called Cross Symphonic. The result is a lush and sweeping film score, influenced by John Williams, for an imaginary movie. Mr Hayward gives a lot of good sci fi and fantasy reading tips in this interview.

John Paul Hayward p2

John Paul Hayward, creator of the Cross Symphonic album, talks about some favorite sci fi books....

John Paul Hayward p3

Composer John Paul Hayward talks about the challenges of creating a soundtrack for a film that doesn't exist...

John Paul Hayward p4

Composer John Paul Hayward talks about recording the 17-track album Cross Symphonic...

John Paul Hayward p5

Creator of Cross Symphonic John Paul Hayward talks about his recording plans...

Richard Vreeland p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. Richard Vreeland is a composer of soundtracks to video games and movies. Plus he’s released albums of personal music. He works in a variety of styles, too, from ambient to blues to chiptune music to classical piano. Many people might know him by the name Disasterpeace. He grew up in Staten Island and currently lives in Los Angeles. To hear some of his albums, visit youtube or bandcamp.

Richard Vreeland p2

Composer and musician Disasterpeace talks about creating music in a variety of styles...

Richard Vreeland p3

Richard Vreeland, also known as Disasterpeace, talks about the importance of looking after your own musical interests as well as those of the client when creating soundtracks..

Thomas Campi p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. This issue features some creative artists from the recent OZ Comic Con in Brisbane. Thomas Campi is an artist and illustrator of comics. And some of the creators behind the new slasher movie The Furies also mention some favorite books.

Thomas Campi p2

Artist Thomas Campi, who illustrated The Joe Shuster Story, mentions some of his favorite books...