‘The Aeronauts’: How composer Steven Price used the sounds of wind and air for his score [Watch]

‘The Aeronauts’: How composer Steven Price used the sounds of wind and air for his score [Watch]
“From the beginning, we said we’d like to take inspiration for the score from the surrounding environment of wherever the film is set,” reveals “The Aeronauts” director Tom Harper. That included “the sound of the wind and the sound of the air,” which offered something “unique.” Harper and composer Steven Price spoke extensively about the music for their aerial adventure in a new behind-the-scenes featurette. Watch the exclusive video above.

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In order to put the audience in the sky with the characters, Price wanted to
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