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Meta Music Interview with Wilbert Roget Composer of Vader Immortal Ep1 and Star Wars The Old Republic

Join Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) as we explore the Music of Star Wars in our segment Meta Music with Christy Carew (@Christy_Carew). We will explore everything from how it’s done to perhaps what it means.

Today we are joined by Will Roget (@WilbertRoget) the amazing composer of Vader Immortal Ep 1 and the music of Star Wars The Old Republic. We also cover the work he did while at LucasArts and Star Wars First Assault.

This episode is sponsored by Super Yaki! Check out all their movie-inspired Merchandise at https://superyaki.com/

Christy is a composer working in Hollywood and is a huge John Williams fan. She was a chosen as a composer fellow for the 2018 Sundance Institute Film Music Lab that took place this summer up at Skywalker Sound. She is also composing the music for the upcoming six-part documentary series about women in the Star Wars fandom, Looking for Leia. She is also an amazing Keyboard warrior on Tumblr. Check out her music and Meta’s at http://www.christycarew.com

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Our Acknowledgements: The Intro and Exit music is the What the Force Theme, Orchestral Music by Christy Carew with full permission for use by Christy Carew (http://www.christycarew.com). This podcast wouldn’t be possible without the What the Force? Team: Ty Black, Hammie, Bea Caicoya, Nowreen Haque, Liam Rathgaber, Brad Noris, Matt Baldwin, BenRolo, Josh Johnson, Christy Carew, & Kyle Gould.

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