One of the most delightful part of the J.J. Abrams reboot of Star Trek has been the music. Michael Giacchino has continued the franchise's rich tradition of beautiful scores and has joined the Alexander Courage, Gerald Fried, Jerry Goldsmith, James Horner, and Ron Jones as one of the great voices behind the visuals. In this episode of Melodic Treks we delve into the man behind the sound of the Abramsverse, his education, inspiration, and early work in video games. Plus, we learn how he came to the attention of J.J.
Running Time: 37 minutes 15 seconds
Early Projects (5:38)
Being hired by J.J. (9:34)
Working with Pixar (17:24)
Star Trek 2009 and Awards (20:30)
Sponsor: Audible (29:33)
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