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Nov. 4, 2021

28 Days Later (2002) | Movie Review feat. David John Brady


In this mid-season break episode, I am joined by Sheffield-born composer David John Brady.⁣
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Dave is a good mate of mine who I’ve known for years and he’s the one who created my intro music.⁣

We sat down recently and reviewed Danny Boyle’s 2002 British horror movie ‘28 Days Later’.⁣
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To say this zombie horror movie is such a classic, you may be shocked to hear I’d never seen it before.⁣

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Intro music:
David John Brady - 'Throw Down the Gauntlet'

My recording equipment:
Shure SM7B Vocal Microphone: https://amzn.to/3F1Jkkj
Cloud Microphone Cloudlifter CL1: https://amzn.to/2XZicC8
Focusrite Scarlett Solo USB Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/3kKCLL2
Rode PSA-1 Professional Studio Boom Arm: https://amzn.to/3zHJOs8

Recorded in:
Zoom

Edited in:
Audacity

Mastered in:
Auphonic

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David John Brady

Composer / Musician / Sound Artist

David is a composer, musician and sound artist who writes music inspired by his passion for science and nature. Those topics fuel the themes of his compositions and the design of the sounds.

Coming from a background in classical piano, music production and engineering, David manipulates found sounds and field recordings for his compositions.