Welcome to issue #107 of Tape Op.
I've long been a fan of film soundtracks. In fact I entered college under the pretense of a degree in filmmaking, but (despite obtaining a degree) that time soon transitioned into running lights for live bands, volunteering as a DJ/Music Director at the college radio station, as well as eventually playing in a band and making records. But, from a young age, I have always been enthralled by soundtracks and how they could immerse a viewer in a movie. Film music was a way to be exposed to new and interesting sounds. For instance, the "Lux Aeterna" choral music of Gy