Composer Matthew Margeson Goes Retro to Score 'Eddie the Eagle'

Composer Matthew Margeson Goes Retro to Score 'Eddie the Eagle'

By Cory Woodroof

The composer for the new underdog sports movie reveals how he turned back the clock to fit his score within the neon-tinted confines of the film's time period. 31 May 2016 // 7:47 AM

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Composer Matthew Margeson Goes Retro to Score ‘Eddie the Eagle’

The composer for the new underdog sports movie reveals how he turned back the clock to fit his score within the neon-tinted confines of the film's time period.

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31 May 2016 // 7:44 AM

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