Random TRON Wiki

And now, some music

Music

The soundtrack for Tron was written by pioneer electronic musician Wendy Carlos, who is best known for her album Switched-On Bach and for the soundtracks to many films, including A Clockwork Orange and The Shining. The music, which was the first collaboration between Carlos and her partner Annemarie Franklin, featured a mix of an analog Moog synthesizer and GDS digital synthesizer (complex additive and phase modulation synthesis), along with non-electronic pieces performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra (hired at the insistence of Disney, which was concerned that Carlos might not be able to complete her score on time). Two additional musical tracks were provided by the band Journey after British band Supertramp pulled out of the project.

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One Response to Random TRON Wiki

  1. Not sure if this is also news, but, technically, Wendy Carlos scored “Tron,” and Walter Carlos scored “Clockwork Orange.” They’re the same person, but the gender reassignment took place shortly after the release of “Clockwork Orange.”

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