Over the years the show has grown and changed—and, even more exciting for me, it has spread. Episodes of The Amazing Race have aired in dozens of countries around the world, and now other countries have licensed the show format (and, in lots of cases, the music!) for their own versions:
One of my favorite things about scoring Race is the scope—it's an international show, in every sense of the word. And it's fun to work on that level, for every country, every episode. Learning all the different ways we humans organize sound is still fascinating. Still challenging.
See you at the start line for the "mother ship"—The Amazing Race 25—in Times Square on September 26!