The music you hear in movies today isn’t very memorable.  You probably can’t think of any scores (The Star Wars reboot doesn’t count because it is reused). This change has come about with increased use of computers. Composers have moved away from recording in a studio. Instead, most music is now created on a computer. However, computers have a downside. While they excel at creating percussion sounds, they do no work as well with string sounds. This has led music to have more percussion, which doesn’t the same rhythm as music from older movies.  Full Essay

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