Raul Vega chats with Flickering Myth about working with Hans Zimmer on the scores of Man of Steel, Interstellar, Dunkirk, and Blade Runner 2049, as well as his new mystery podcast Rose Drive. The podcast follows seven friends in the wake of a tragedy that occurred at a high school reunion in the small town of South Hampton. Vega also touches on new trends in sound design and the potential future of podcast adaptations.
What’s your background?
Above everything, I’m a music composer. I originally grew up in the Bay Area playing piano in my teens and quickly found a love for film music and decided that was what I wanted to do. I was lucky enough to land an internship right out of college at Remote Control Productions, which is Hans Zimmer’s music studio. So, I started interning for