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Please follow this link for an audio interview with Mike Matessino about the new 2CD Dracula set.

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Amazing!

One would think, that All Studios would take better care of their Films and Film Music. How many years did it take someone to think? Where is Superman Score? Even with Star Wars scores, of all the mixing from SW to TESB and Jedi, they all sound different.

I have always heard Williams was not happy with WB of the sound quality of Superman’s Album and Universals Dracula.

Mike Matessino confirms that fact with how Eric Tomlinson recorded, the good and bad of it all.

Even how great John Williams Was And Is, the fact even his great power...a consistent quaility level was never achieve after All his soundtracks were recorded. Boggles the mind.

I am very, And excited about Dracula and have had listened to it over and over for over a month...I am a happy about Mike Matessino’s work and excellent effort. Great Job by all...

Now onto...The River.

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