> I found the company that provided the music for the Solaris trailer, though it seems that they're not going to be releasing the music for public consumption.
> My letter to the company and its reply follow:
> Hi George:
> The Solaris music, it's more of a 'sound design drone' as we call it, was created by on of our writers and is available for licensing through RipTide Music. It was not used on the Lexus commercial that you mentioned although I'll look out for it to see how similar it is.
> Let me know if you or someone you represent has interest in licensing this track, what the intended use would be and and where it would play and from that information we can discuss a fee.
> I'm emailing you on my traveling hotmail account so please respond to my regular email: email@example.com and I'll recieve it where ever I am.
> Thanks for you interest.
> Best regards,
> Rich Goldman
: RipTide Music
: 4121 Redwood Ave. Ste. 202
: Los Angeles, CA 90066
: (310) 437-4380
: (310) 437-4384 fax
> -----Original Message-----
: From: George Clooney[mailto:GeorgeClooney@Foxfilm.Com]
: Sent: Wednesday, November 20, 2002 10:49 AM
: To: firstname.lastname@example.org
: To whom it concerns,
> I have some questions:
: 1.) Who wrote the music for the Solaris Teaser?
: 2.) Is that music available for purchase for individual use through Riptide
: or otherwise?
: 3.) Where can I find it?
> Thank you,
: George Clooney
> On a perhaps unrelated note, the music for the Solaris teaser sounds
: strikingly similar to the music used in the last Lexus commercial 'We pursue
: perfection so you don't have to.' Did you provide the music for that
: commercial as well?
Just as a side note...The song depends on which trailer....according to 20th Century Fox's marketing department, the two TV trailers have different music and I don't knwo which is which. The songs are 'The Journey' by X-Ray Dog (A music publishing group that does a lot of music for trailers and commercials) and 'Light from a Dead Star' by Lush. The online trailer has an even different song, but I don't know what it is at all.