Because the folks at Concentrix Music and Sound Design made Saying Goodbye sound so beautiful, we of course wanted them to work their musical magic on High Heels and Hoodoo. We jumped in the car for another road trip up to Charlotte to meet with Fred Story and Anthony Fedele for our spotting session, where we watched the film together and talked about options for the score and sound design.
We presented Fred with a tougher challenge this time. With Saying Goodbye, it was obviously a drama, so it was easier to pick a sound for the movie. But High Heels and Hoodoo doesn’t fit comfortably into a genre. It’s too light to be a typical horror movie, but it’s not funny enough to be classified as a comedy. But as expected, Fred and his team were up to the challenge. Last week they delivered a score that provides suspenseful texture, while acknowledging the playful moments, and ending with a rockin’ credit sequence. We think it sounds great, and it’s exactly what we were looking for even when we weren’t sure what we wanted.
We do know we’re not the only ones who think the Concentrix crew does great work. We were thrilled to learn that at last weekend’s 26th Annual Mid-South Emmy Awards the Concentrix team was honored with two statues. Anthony won an Emmy for sound design and audio post-production, and Fred won an Emmy for music composer/arranger, both for the documentary North Carolina’s World War II Experience.
Congratulations, guys! We’re thankful to have such talented gentlemen on our team!