‘Humans’ doubles down on Synths, interview by Mike Ayers, U.S.

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“…For “Humans,” the overarching goal is to make the music askew the stereotypical cold, sci-fi sounds usually associated with the genre… The music often creates an eerie ambiance for the human-to-human and human-to-synth interactions.Tapia de Veer’s compositions aim to tap into that aspect of the story. “I don’t really know what to call the sound of the score,” he admits. “I wanted [the] strangeness of being in that situation. It’s so radical and different from than how we feel, to have to deal with these machines. You have to feel a bit alien…” Read the article here

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