127 Hours of Omnisphere
Oscar-winning composer and longtime Spectrasonics user AR Rahman recently talks to Spectrasonics about his use of Omnisphere in his acclaimed score for Danny Boyle’s film 127 Hours — Boyle and Rahman teamed up previously in the worldwide smash hit Slumdog Millionaire. Named Mr. Rahman as one of the world’s ‘Top 100 Most Influential People’ by Time Magazine, He is one of the biggest selling musical artists of all time, having sold over 200 million records and AR Rahman’s score for 127 Hours is nominated for a Golden Globe Award in the “Best Music” category.
UK based producer Blame, AKA Conrad Shafie has been at the cutting edge of dance music for almost 20 years. It all started back in 1991 with the release of ´Music Takes You´ on Moving Shadow Records, which is regarded today as a key track in the early development of Drum and Bass music. Then in the mid 90s, Blame signed to LTJ Bukem´s Good Looking Records label and mixed the second volume in the now legendary ´Logical Progressions´ series. Then came his own 720 degrees label which saw the Blame sound evolve further and releases on Charge, Metalheadz and Hospital Records cemented his place in the hierarchy of UK Drum and Bass. Time and Space have interviewed him, and you can see it here!