They didn’t have much of a problem finding musicians to compose tunes; Peter had deep connections to the New York music scene, and folks like Jarret were in need of something to occupy their time.
With Jarrett and a small group of furloughed Broadway composers, arrangers, and orchestrators to write the music, Dynascore’s technical team stumbled into a best-case scenario when it came to in-house talent. Who better to write pieces that evoke visual drama than those who are already paid to do it nightly?
The Human Problem
Human composers’ golden ears are really the key to Dynascore’s ultimate success.