Award-winning composer Daniel Licht scored the final episode of "Dexter," and he made a companion video of the final scoring session that ends with a rather bloody finale itself! Check it out, and get ready for the show's last episode tomorrow night.
Showtime has released the first six episodes of its "Dexter" Wrap-Up Podcast in video form, and if you're enjoying this season - and guest star Yvonne Strahovski, who appears in the newest one - you'll definitely want to give them a listen.
On June 10th the lucky folks in Southern California will have the opportunity to spend an evening enjoying music from "Dexter" composer Daniel Licht featuring Rolfe Kent with a special guest introduction by Dexter Morgan himself, Michael C. Hall.
Konami has provided a bit more information on yet another great team member working on the highly anticipated Silent Hill: Downpour: award-winning composer Daniel Licht, known for his work on Showtime's "Dexter", who will be adding his eerie touches to the upcoming game.
Film and television composer Daniel Licht will receive Composer of the Year at the Third Annual Russian Horror Film Awards on January 28, 2012, in Moscow. Other honorees include director Stuart Gordon (Stuck), director AJ Annila (Sauna), and actress Jodelle Ferland (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse).
The Silent Hill series is one of the few game franchises that is known as much for its music and sound design as it is for its gameplay. Akira Yamaoka's haunting score is legendary in the gaming world. Fans of the series know the main theme immediately upon hearing the first notes strummed on the mandolin.
To go along with the screenshots they provided a week or so ago, Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., has released a one-and-a-half-minute preview of TV and videogame composer Daniel Licht's eerie score from the highly anticipated survival horror game Silent Hill: Downpour.
Earlier today we got our first look at a funereal image from the upcoming Season Five of Showtime's "Dexter", and what better way to follow it up than by peeking into the mind of Dan Licht, composer for the series, who is busy in his Los Angeles home studio conjuring up chilling sounds for the new season that begins September 26th.