Emmy-winning composer and orchestrator Steve Bramson has translated his musical gifts to the big and small screen over the years across a variety of projects, including the hit CBS series JAG. His Disney connections span many decades, and most notably, he orchestrated classic Henry Selick flick James and the Giant Peach and composed the original theme for Disneyland Paris' Space Mountain: De la Terre a la Lune. Steve Bramson sits down with host Brett Nachman for an interview about his illustrious career. Listen to some of Steve Bramson's work by visiting his website (SteveBramsonMusic.com)! Feel free to reach out to Brett via Twitter @bnachmanreports, subscribe to the podcast, and send your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
Feature interview: Bogdan Gumenyuk, a jazz musican originally from Ukraine and now living in Montreal talks about the development of jazz music in Ukraine and his career as a jazz saxophonist, becoming Canadian, and coping with the war in his ancestral homelandJoin me - Pawlina - for the Vancouver edition of Nash Holos Ukrainian Roots Radio—every Saturday at 6pm PST on AM1320 CHMB and streaming at www.am1320.com.Reminder:If you're in the Vancouver listening area tune in to the Nanaimo edition on Wednesdays from 11am-1pm on air at 101.7FM or streaming online at CHLY Radio Malaspina with host Oksana Poberezhnyk. Podcast feed, transcipts, and links to reputable Ukrainian charities at our website.Links:Bogdan GumenyukJazz Musician, ComposerBandcamp page here. Facebook (music label page) here.Mark Warawa: Celebrating the 300th Anniversary of the Constitution of Pylyp OrlykOrlyk Constitution (copy presented to Canada in 2010) Video here. Support the show on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep #130 with Steve Shehan, composer, multi-instrumentalist and percussionist - Part 3. We continue our interview with Steve Shehan where he talks about another magical encounter in the desert in Algeria. Also his work with Paul Simon and many other musical luminaries. Lots of his music is included of course. A wonderful musician and an extraordinarily generous spirit! A Worldsoul Records production derrikjordan.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/109866072979176/videos/803236270668177 YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1HhyHWzeQ0 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/hilljoy/ep-130-steve-shehan-composer-multi-instrumentalist-and-percussionist-part-3
Johnny interviews Composer CEO & Co-Founder Ben Rollert on this episode to talk quantitative strategies. If you aren't familiar with quants, they've been used by hedge funds for decades to determine trades and were only available to those with advanced mathematics degrees until now. Composer has created an easy to use tool featuring hundreds of pre-determined strategies aka “symphonies” like following your favorite billionaire investor, buying dips in sectors, hedging inflation and so much more. After the interview, Johnny and Derek go through some of the various pre-determined “symphonies” and which ones they'd execute in their own portfolios. Ben Rollert has over a decade of experience in product and data science leadership roles. He was previously VP of Product and Data Science at Breather, a work space as a service company. Ben has been an active trader and investor since he was a teenager, and founded Composer in response to his own frustration with the difficulty of implementing automated trading strategies. Today, he serves as CEO of Composer, the premiere no-code platform for building and investing in algorithmic investing strategies. Composer has raised funding from First Round Capital, Alumni Ventures and Packy McCormick's Not Boring Fund. Composer is the next generation of active investing. Invest in a portfolio of rules-based strategies. Or build your own. No code, no spreadsheets, no manual investing. Let algorithms execute trades for you. Choose from our growing collection of ready-made strategies. Explore momentum, paired switching, and other hedge fund-like styles. Open up a strategy to view its performance and live holdings. See how it works in both visual form and in plain language. Use the strategies as is or edit as you wish. You can also use a no-code visual editor to create and modify strategies. Listen to ILAB 235 on iTunes here or subscribe on your favorite podcast app. Where we are: Johnny FD – Montenegro / IG @johnnyfdj Sam Marks – Barcelona / IG @imsammarks Derek Spartz – Los Angeles / IG @DerekRadio Discussed: Composer Like these investments? Try them with these special ILAB links: ArtofFX – Start with just a $10,000 account (reduced from $25,000) Fundrise – Start with only $1,000 into their REIT funds (non-accredited investors OK) *Johnny and Sam use all of the above services personally. Time Stamp: 07:55 – How do you explain to someone what Composer is? 08:53 – Was this possible 10 years ago? 12:04 – How does Composer compare to index funds? 16:42 – How does “buy the dips” work? 18:03 – How does the “risk on/off leverage S&P500” work? 21:53 – Are any features you find stand out more than the others? 24:35 – What are the biggest benefits of Composer? 32:11 – Who can invest, and what is the minimum to start investing? 34:18 – What fees are associated with composer? 37:06 – Derek and Johnny review If you enjoyed this episode, do us a favor and share it! Also if you haven't already, please take a minute to leave us a 5-star review on iTunes and claim your bonus here! Copyright 2022. All rights reserved. Read our disclaimer here.
Today's Broadcast is C2E8 for Theme Thursday, June 30th, 2022. Today's episode will be Nerd Noise Radio's contribution to the greater VGM podcast scene massive group project “Masters of VGM” (https://mastersofvgm.com) and like all “MoVGM” episodes from all the participating podcasts, will be a focus on our four favorite composers (with a surprise “East meets West” twist) - on a program that we're quite simply calling “Our Four Favorites” 01) Earcatcher: 00:00:00 02) Hugues' Composer #4: Yoko Shimomura! Hugues' Yoko track: Ken's Theme - Street Fighter II - Arcade Music - 00:00:03 Intro: 00:02:13 Top of Show Business: 00:04:08 Track (and composer) Discussion: 00:19:19 John's Yoko Track: Kairi 1 - Kingdom Hearts - PS2 Music - 00:24:26 Discussion - 00:26:09 03) John's Composer #4: Martin Iveson! John's Martin Track: Shop Theme - Jaguar XJ220 - Sega CD Music - 00:33:23 Discussion - 00:34:48 Hugues' Martin Track: Country Select - Jaguar XJ220 - Sega CD Music - 00:38:24 Discussion - 00:39:44 BEGIN: Bad Audio for voice (backup copy - see note after track list) - 00:40:15 04) Hugues' Composer #3: Yuzo Koshiro! Hugues' Yuzo Track: Daiba Freezing Town - 7th Dragon 2020 - PSP Music - 00:42:38 Discussion - 00:45:55 John's Yuzo Track: Undiscovered Realm (in-game symphonic vers) - Actraiser Renaissance - multiplatform Music - 00:50:21 Discussion - 00:52:39 05) John's Composer #3: Spencer Nilsen! John's Spencer Track: Cathedral and Sewers - Batman Returns - Sega CD Music - 00:57:33 Discussion - 01:00:44 END: Bad Audio for voice (backup copy) - 01:06:09 Hugues' Spencer [maybe] Track: The Vents - Ecco the Dolphin - Genesis (possibly composed by Andras Magyari and/or Brian Coburn instead - or as well) Music - 01:06:25 Discussion - 01:08:38 06) Hugues' Composer #2: Nobuo Uematsu! Hugues' Nobuo Track: The Oath - Final Fantasy VIII - PS1 Music - 01:14:53 Discussion - 01:18:09 John's Nobuo Track: Esto Gaza - Final Fantasy IX - PS1 Music - 01:25:26 Discussion - 01:29:05 07) John's Composer #2: Matt Furniss! John's Matt Track: The Red Woods - Puggsy - Genesis Music - 01:34:57 Discussion - 01:37:59 Hugues' Matt Track: Title - Sega Chess - Mastersystem Music - 01:42:39 Discussion - 01:44:46 08) Hugues' Composer [TEAM] #1: Hayato Sonoda and/or Takahiro Unisuga [Falcom Sound Team JDK]! Hugues' Falcom Track: Blue Destination - Trails of Cold Steel II - Vita/PS3/PS4/PC Music - 01:51:41 Discussion - 01:56:28 BEGIN: More Backup voice audio - 02:01:07 END: More Backup voice audio - 02:01:13 John's Falcom Track: Crystal Valley - Zwei II - PC [EDITOR'S NOTE: I missed my chance to point out that Zwei (pronounced “TsvI”)is the German word for “two”. So this game is basically called “Two Two”. :-D - St. John] Music - 02:07:38 Discussion - 02:10:10 09) John's Composer [TEAM] #1: The Super Follin Bros [Tim and/or Geoff Follin] John's Follin Track: Gambit - Spider-Man / X-Men: Arcade's Revenge - SNES Music - 02:13:51 Discussion - 02:17:56 End of Show Business (and FINALLY titling the episode!) - 02:23:47 Our other Programs - 02:29:09 Hugues' Follin Track Discussion - 02:31:46 Sign Off - 02:34:38 Hugues' Follin Track: Parking Garage - Target Renegade - NES - 02:35:33 10) Blooper Reel (contains both high and low quality voice audio - AND OUR CENSOR SOUND!!!) - 02:38:48 11) Bonus 1: The Oath - Distant Worlds Symphonic Concert Version - 02:46:29 12) Bonus 2: Rain Angel - AtJazz (post-VGM non-VGM works by Martin Iveson) - Lab Results (album) - c 2002 - 02:51:47 Total Episode Runtime: 02:58:04 NOTE ON BACKUP [bad] AUDIO - SHORT[ISH] VERSION: when Hugues and I meet, we have our Google Meet output recording, as well as each having higher quality Audacity recordings of just our own sides of the conversation. We keep the Meet recording in case there is an emergency with the Audacity recording, but otherwise don't use it in the final episode, and I just align and combine our high quality Audacity recordings. On this episode, however, (a first for Ch 2) we lost a portion of Hugues' Audacity recording, so we did have to use our fallback a little bit. At the very bottom of the show notes, I'll include a LONG[ISH] VERSION which explains more. I did everything I could to minimize the impact of the Google Meet recording in the final episode. But it is noticeable at points. You can find Brian and Kristen Peterson's GoFundMe here: https://gofund.me/1ef0f855. Again, absolutely zero pressure to contribute, but anything you do would certainly be most appreciated! You can find our "Introduction to Nerd Noise Radio - 2022" blog here: https://nerdnoiseradio.blogspot.com/2022/06/nnr-blog-st-john-introduction-to-nerd.html The Masters of VGM Website, once again, can be found at https://mastersofvgm.com/. You can also follow MoVGM on Twitter @MastersOfVGM! Please do check out some (or preferably, ALL) of the other shows' episodes in the series! Retro Game Club can be found here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/retro-game-club/id1453018680 You can also follow Retro Game Club on Facebook and Instagram @retrogameclubpodcast and on Twitter @rgcpodcast. Hugues' blog (and his Sega Genesis demo) can be found here: https://huguesjohnson.com/ You can find Nerd Noise Radio on Facebook and on Twitter each @NerdNoiseRadio. There are also two Facebook Groups: Nerd Noise Radio “Easy Mode” where we just have general video game and nerd fun, or for the gearheads among you, Nerd Noise Radio “Expert Mode” where we deep dive sound hardware, composer info, and music theory. You can find the blog at www.nerdnoiseradio.blogspot.com. Where we sometimes share additional show notes, and inside info. You can also find Nerd Noise Radio on Archive.org, where we have remixes and super bonuses only available there (such as a music-only alternative version of today's show). Nerd Noise Radio is also a member of the Retro Junkies community, which can be found at www.theretrojunkies.com. And we are a member of the VGM Podcast Fans community on Facebook. St. John is also the admin of the Podcasters of Des Moines Facebook group, which features a number of other podcasters and great programs from the greater Des Moines area. Thanks for listening! Join us again in July on Channel 1 for two separate retrospective episodes: C1E65a: “The Best of 2020 / 2021 - St. John's picks” and C1E65b: “The Best of 2020 / 2021 - Hugues' picks”. Then join us again in August on Ch 2 for C2E9: “Just Deserts”. And wherever you are….Fly the N! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE ON BACKUP [bad] AUDIO - LONG VERSION: When Hugues and I record, we record over Google Meet. But we also each have separate recordings going simultaneously in Audacity to capture just our side of the conversation in higher quality. He uses the same mic for both recordings, a Blue Snowball USB Condenser mic, plus, he is the one hosting the Google Meet session, so the sound quality difference between his Meet recording and Audacity recording is very negligible (though Audacity is still a little bit better). My side of the conversation, though, is where the difference becomes significant. To record my high quality audio in Audacity, I use a RØDE Podmic XLR dynamic mic through a Cloudlifter into a Focusrite 4i4, and then into the computer. Given the flexibility of Linux audio routing (Hugues and I both use Linux, actually), I -CAN- pull double duty with the Podmic as well, and use it for both the Audacity and Google Meet recordings like Hugues does. But I've found that doing so tends to degrade the audio quality of the Audacity recording. And so, I prefer to keep the Podmic and Focusrite discrete for Audacity to keep it as pristine as possible, and then use one my lower-quality mics for the Google Meet. In the case of today's episode, I just used the sludgy, boomy, poorly defined mic that's built right into my very run of the mill webcam. I mean, because hey, it's not gonna matter, right? Nobody's gonna hear the Google Meet audio anyway...right? Well, that presumes that everything goes fine on both of our individual Audacity recordings. And for this episode (a first in the history of Ch 2), we had a couple segments, one really short and insignificant, and one much more significant, where Hugues' side of the Audacity cut out. It just briefly quit recording. So, we had to fallback to the Google Meets recording for those segments. I was able to minimize the impact of those segments by replacing as much of the Google Meets audio for my side of the recording as possible with my Audacity audio, but what I couldn't do was remove the moments where I would "Mhm" etc while Hugues was talking, since to do so would also remove what he was saying. So, I had to leave those in - and that can be pretty jarring. Also, during the portions of these periods where I'm talking, I had to remove all the "Mhms" etc from Hugues because I couldn't include them without including my bad audio in the mix too. Though you don't end up hearing a whole lot of me on the bad audio, the sudden transitions from the boomy, murky "mhms" to the clean, defined high quality audio is pretty jarring - plus, Hugues sounds completely disengaged when I'm talking in those moments when he really wasn't. But it was the best we could do with what we had. So, we made do, and I think it ultimately turned out pretty alright. But I did at least want to acknowledge the issue and confirm I was very much aware of it. By the time I got to the bloopers, I was a little burned out from the granularity of splicing good audio over bad audio and cutting the bad audio back out, and so, I figured that for the bloopers it wouldn't matter, and just left some of the Meet clips alone. I suppose this has the accidental benefit of letting you hear what the Meet recording sounded like. :-)
#222 About William: William Kane-Potaka Will's Website: Key points with time stamp: Mentioned in this episode: About me: My Instagram: www.instagram.com/guyhlawrence/?hl=en My website: www.guylawrence.com.au www.liveinflow.co
Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview series with Barcelona-born, NYC-based Jazz Guitarist & Composer Oscar Peñas .. He opened up about his life in music so far, COVID, new shows and his latest 2022 CD Almadraba… He arranged and composed for an eight-piece ensemble .. In 2007, after completing his musical education at the New England Conservatory in Boston, Peñas moved to New York City. As a child, he was inspired by his ongoing family's tradition of singing and playing music during their car trips. Enjoy the tale .. Click to listen.More on Oscar - https://oscarpenas.com/Thanks for listening and tuning into yet another Neon Jazz interview .. where we give you a bit of insight into the finest players and minds around the world giving fans all that jazz .. If you want to hear more interviews, go to Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino on the iTunes store, visit the YouTube Neon Jazz Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/neonjazzkc, go The Home of Neon Jazz at http://theneonjazz.blogspot.com/ and for everything Joe Dimino related go to www.joedimino.com When you are there, you can donate to the Neon Jazz cause via PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=ERA4C4TTVKLR4 or through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/neonjazzkc - Until next time .. enjoy the music my friends ..
Join us with composer Allen Shawn, author of Leonard Bernstein: An American Musician, for an appreciation of the great musical genius who stood at the epicenter of 20th-century American musical life. Music in this episode: Leonard Bernstein and Steven Sondheim - "Cool" from West Side Story Leonard Bernstein - Symphony No. 2, The Age of Anxiety Leonard Bernstein - Symphony No 3., Kaddish Leonard Bernstein - Chichester Psalms
We're on summer break for a couple of weeks but don't worry, we're leaving you with something to listen to! Throughout the summer we'll be sharing some of our Patreon exclusive bonus episodes.We sit down with composer, educator and conductor, Aaron Perrine to Bonus Episode Land! Aaron brings not one, but two stories! We speak about his experience with America's Funniest Home Videos and bed bugs in Croatia...Help support the Band Room Podcast by becoming a patron through Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/bandroompodHelp support the Band Room Podcast by getting your merch at the BRP Storehttp://www.bandroompod.com/storeMusic used in this episodeBRP Theme Music: Skyline by EKR HammellPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorLake Superior Suite - Pancake Bay by Cait NishimuraPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorEpisode LinksThe Perrine Family's America's Funniest Home WINNING Videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zflx2oO7AusBRP is Supported ByCanadian Band Associationhttps://www.canadianband.org/Interprovincial Music Camphttps://www.campimc.ca/Kaleidoscope Adventureshttps://www.kaleidoscopeadventures.com/Support the show
Episode 74 The Polyphonic Synth Journey of Fusion Jazz Playlist Jan Hammer, “Darkness / Earth In Search Of A Sun” from The First Seven Days (1975 Atlantic). I am including two versions of the same track from Jan Hammer, a master synthesist who moved from monophonic to polyphonic synths gradually, making the best used of the expressive qualities of each technologh. This track is from 1975 and uses Oberheim modules, probably the 2-voice or even 4-voice, but along with the Minimoog and what sounds like an uncredited Mellotron. Hammer was insistent in the notes for this solo album that none of the sounds were made with the guitar. This makes the contrast of this track with the next version performed live with Jeff Beck and even more interesting contrast. Producer, Engineer, Piano, Electric Piano, Moog and Oberheim synthesizers, Drums, Percussion, Composer, Jan Hammer. 4:30 Jeff Beck With The Jan Hammer Group, “Darkness/Earth In Search Of A Sun” from Live (1977 Atlantic). Here is the same tune written by Hammer for his solo album, now performed live with Jeff Beck. I think one can assume that all soloing in done on a Minimoog while all other synth sounds, including strings, are provided by the Oberheim modules and Freeman string synth. Bass, Fernando Saunders; Drums, Tony Smith; Guitar, Effects, Jeff Beck; Moog, Oberheim, and Freeman synthesizers, Electric Piano, Timbales, Jan Hammer; violin, string synthesizer, Steve Kindler. 7:55 Billy Cobham, “Leaward Winds” from Magic (1977 CBS). Early days of the Oberheim polyphonic, used again as background comping and fills to back-up the guitar and piano leads. Bass, Randy Jackson; Guitar, Peter Maunu; Piano, Oberheim Synthesizer, Mark Soskin; drums, producer, Billy Cobham. 3:38 Herbie Hancock, “Hang Up Your Hang Ups” from Man-Child (1975 Columbia). Along with Jan Hammer, Herbie Hancock was an early pioneer of using polyphonic synths in his ensemble. While I don't hear the Oberheim module being played until about the 5:30 mark in this track, I wanted to include it because Hancock uses many synths at his disposal to achieve the overall sound. The next two tracks from the Eddie Henderson album Mahal used a similar but updated keyboard ensemble, including the Oberheim 8-voice polyphonic and Prophet 5 synths. Bass, Henry Davis, Louis Johnson, Paul Jackson; Drums, Harvey Mason, James Gadson, Mike Clark; Guitar, David T. Walker, Blackbird McKnight; Guitar, Synthesizer, Melvin "Wah Wah" Watson; Percussion, Bill Summers; Piano, Fender Rhodes, Arp Odyssey, Pro Soloist, 2600, String Ensemble, Oberheim Polyphonic Synthesizer, Hohner D6 Clavinet, Herbie Hancock; Saxophone, Flute, Ernie Watts, Jim Horn; Soprano Saxophone, Wayne Shorter; Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Saxello, Bass Clarinet, Bass Flute, Alto Flute, Bennie Maupin; Trombone, Garnett Brown; Trumpet, Bud Brisbois, Jay DaVersa; Tuba, Bass Trombone, Dick Hyde. 7:27 Eddie Henderson, “Cyclops” from Mahal (1978 Capitol). Bass, Paul Jackson (2); Congas, Percussion, Bill Summers; Drums, Howard King; Fender Rhodes, Clavinet, ARP 2600, Oberheim 8 Voice Polyphonic, Prophet-5, ARP Strings Ensemble, Minimoog, Yamaha CS-80 Polyphonic synthesizers, Herbie Hancock; Flute, Hubert Laws; Guitar, Ray Obiedo; Piano [Acoustic], Mtume; Prophet-5 Programming, John Bowen; Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone [Saxello], Bennie Maupin; Trombone, Julian Priester; Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Eddie Henderson. 5:19 Eddie Henderson, “Prance On” from Mahal (1978 Capitol). Bass, Paul Jackson (2); Congas, Percussion, Bill Summers; Drums, Howard King; Fender Rhodes, Clavinet, ARP 2600, Oberheim 8 Voice Polyphonic, Prophet-5, ARP Strings Ensemble, Minimoog, Yamaha CS-80 Polyphonic synthesizers, Herbie Hancock; Flute, Hubert Laws; Guitar, Ray Obiedo; Piano [Acoustic], Mtume; Prophet-5 Programming, John Bowen; Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone [Saxello], Bennie Maupin; Trombone, Julian Priester; Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Eddie Henderson. 5:17 Rolf Kühn. “Cucu Ear” from Cucu Ear (1980 MPS Records). This German disc features keyboardist Rolf Kühn and highlights the Roland Jupiter 4, a 4-voice polyphonic synth. Bass, N.-H. Ø Pedersen; Clarinet, Roland Sting Synthesizer, Roland Jupiter 4 Synthesizer, Roland Amps, Rolf Kühn; Drums, Alphonse Mouzon; Engineer, Walter Quintus; Guitar, Peter Weihe, Philip Catherine; Steinway Acoustic, Fender Rhodes pianos, Roland Amps and Echoes, Joachim Kühn; Reeds, Charlie Mariano, Herb Geller; Trombone, Egon Christmann, Wolfgang Ahlers; Trumpet, Klaus Blodau, Larry Elam, Mannie Moch, Paul Kubatsch. 5:05 Rolf Kühn. “Key-Alliance” from Cucu Ear (1980 MPS Records). On this track the Roland Jupiter 4 is played by Joachim Kühn, brother of Rolf. Bass, N.-H. Ø Pedersen; Clarinet, Roland Sting Synthesizer, Roland Amps, Rolf Kühn; Drums, Alphonse Mouzon; Engineer, Walter Quintus; Guitar, Peter Weihe, Philip Catherine; Steinway Acoustic, Roland Jupiter 4 Synthesizer, Fender Rhodes pianos, Roland Amps and Echoes, Joachim Kühn; Reeds, Charlie Mariano, Herb Geller; Trombone, Egon Christmann, Wolfgang Ahlers; Trumpet, Klaus Blodau, Larry Elam, Mannie Moch, Paul Kubatsch. 5:41 Didier Lockwood, “Ballade Des Fees (Quartet Without Drums)” from Live In Montreux (1980 Disques JMS). Look who's featured on this album by French violinist Dider Lockwood—it's Jan Hammer again. Only this time he's using an unnamed “polyphonic synthesizer.” Your guess is as good as mine on this one, although he was using Oberheim and Yamaha CP70 keyboards around this same time. Bass, Bo Stief; Drums, Gerry Brown; Rhythm Guitar, Marc Perru; Polyphonic Synthesizer, Jan Hammer; Tenor Saxophone, Bob Malach; Violin, Didier Lockwood. 4:50 Didier Lockwood, “Fast Travel” from Live In Montreux (1980 Disques JMS). Another track with Jan Hammer using an unnamed polyphonic synth. There is a really smart Minimoog solo beginning as about 1:21, polyphonic fills are most apparent around beginning around 4:08. Bass, Bo Stief; Drums, Gerry Brown; Rhythm Guitar, Marc Perru; Polyphonic Synthesizer, Jan Hammer; Tenor Saxophone, Bob Malach; Violin, Didier Lockwood. 7:06 Georges Acogny, “Karimagie” from First Steps In (1981 String). This track uses a Polymoog effectively for some nice runs and comping, beginning around 3:40. I do not know what instrument was used to create the the white noise heard in the opening and throughout since I don't believe you could do that with the Polymoog. Bass, Dominique Bertram; Composed By, Khalil Chahine; Drums, Paco Sery; Guitar, Georges Acogny, Kamil Rustam; Percussion, Sydney Thiam; Piano, Patrick Gauthier; Soloist [Acoustic Guitar], Larry Coryell; Soloist [Bass], Nicolas Fizman; Soloist [Electric Guitar], Kamil Rustam; Polymoog synthesizer, Rachid Bahri. 8:30 Georges Acogny, “1st La Rosée” from First Steps In (1981 String). Acogny is a guitar player so the polyphonic synth tends to play a supporting role to the string work on this track. In this case, the Prophet 5 is used, most notably at about 30 seconds into the track. Bass, Nicolas Fizman, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Olivier Hutman, Guitar, Kamil Rustam, Guitar [Ovation], Georges Acogny, Piano, Jean-Pierre Fouquey, Soloist [Trombone], Hamid Belhocine, Prophet 5 Synthesizer, Didier Egea. 4:37 Combo FH, “Zelený Muž (Green Man)” from Věci (Things) (1981 Panton). Here is a short track that uses the Italian-made Farfisa Syntorchestra, a rare keyboard made in 1978 that had a split keyboard, part polyphonic string synthesizer and part monophone synth section. Mostly used on European tracks by German composers including Klaus Schulze, here is an unusual jazz fusion example from a group in the Czechoslovakia. This group was known for its unusual instrumentation, including lead bassoon heard on this track. Bass Guitar, Václav Pátek; Bassoon, Percussion, Milan Sládek; Percussion, Richard Mader; Organ, Farfisa Syntorchestra synthesizers, Percussion, Leader, Daniel Fikejz; Percussion, Bořivoj Suchý. 1:48 String Connection, “Quasi String Waltz” from Workoholic (1982 PolJazz). Recorded in Poland and distributed by the Polish Jazz Society. This album features some strings sounds played on the Polymoog, which was still being used for its unique sounds even by this late date, because the Polymoog had been retired by this time. Listen for fills and chords beginning around 1:08. Bass Guitar [Gitara Basowa], Krzysztof Ścierański; Drums [Perkusja], Zbigniew Lewandowski; Piano [Fortepian Akstyczny], Violin [Skrypce], Polymoog Synthesizer, Krzesimir Dębski; Piano, Hammond Organ , Polymoog Synthesizer, Trombone [Puzon], Janusz Skowron; Tenor Saxophone [Saxoton Tenorowy], Soprano Saxophone [Saxofon Sopranowy], Andrzej Olejniczak. 3:19 Mike Elliott, “For Janny” from Diffusion (1983 Celebration). Another interesting album of guitar-based fusion jazz with synthesizer touches. Seemingly self-produced in Minnesota. Although the Minimoog is also used on this recording, I selected a track that was primarily using the Polymoog, beginning around 50 seconds. Fender Bass, Rick Houle; Drums, Gordy Knudtson; Flugelhorn, Bobby Peterson; Gibson ES-347 guitar, Ryoji Matsuoka Flamenco guitars, solid body kalimba; Mike Elliott; grand piano, Polymoog and Mini-Moog synthesizers, Ricky Peterson; Producer, Mike Elliott. 4:42 Martin Kratochvíl & Jazz Q, “Trhanec (The Muffin)” from Hvězdoň Asteroid (1984 Supraphon). From Czechoslovakia, a brilliant ensemble of musicians led by keyboardst Martin Kratochvíl. Here is another mix of monophonic synths and the polyphonic Oberheim 4-voice, heard in the opening riff that's repeated throughout. Bass Guitar, Přemysl Faukner; Drums [Bicí Nástroje], Pavol Kozma; Electric Guitar [El. Kytara], Twelve-String Guitar, Fender Rhodes, Minimoog, ARP Omni, Oberheim 4-Voice Polyphonic synthesizers, Leader [Vedoucí], Engineer [Recording], Recording Supervisor [Recording Director], Martin Kratochvíl. 4:34 Opening background music: Short piece by Thom Holmes using the Arturia Prophet 5 plug-in. Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. For additional notes, please see my blog, Noise and Notations.
Chapters00:30 - Introduction02:01 - Sound Artist And Soundtrack Composer03:38 - Working With Brands04:58 - Creating A Sensory Journey08:00 - Recording Skin09:10 - Getting Started In Sound Design11:58 - Studying In Shanghai13:03 - Learning To Listen16:22 - Musique Concrète17:25 - Production Techniques19:11 - Working With Zoom25:11 - Other Hardware and Software27:08 - Creating A Real-Time Soundtrack30:14 - The Lavazza Project35:12 - Working In Immersive Audio35:45 - Favourite Plug-ins37:57 - Future ProjectsChiara Luzzana BiogChiara Luzzana studied classical music as a child and later took a course in audio engineering specializing in musical cognition at Berklee College of Music. She started her career in cinema and advertising but in 2013 won an artistic residency in Shanghai.During this time she started a personal sound design project, gathering more than 2400 samples from Swatch watches and building a soundtrack, which would later become the official music of Swatch stores around the world and also of the Venice Biennale, a prestigious international cultural exhibition hosted in Venice, Italy.Following this success, Chiara has been invited to create soundtracks for a number of high profile brands.https://www.chiaraluzzana.com/Caro C BiogCaro C is an artist, engineer and teacher specialising in electronic music. Her self-produced fourth album "Electric Mountain" is out now. Described as a "one-woman electronic avalanche" (BBC), Caro started making music thanks to being laid up whilst living in a double decker bus and listening to the likes of Warp Records in the late 1990's. This "sonic enchantress" (BBC Radio 3) has now played in most of the cultural hotspots of her current hometown of Manchester, UK. Caro is also the instigator and project manager of electronic music charity Delia Derbyshire Day.URL: http://carocsound.com/Twitter: @carocsoundInst: @carocsoundFB: https://www.facebook.com/carocsound/
An Australian composer listened to more than 800 Elvis recordings with director Baz Lurhmann to shape the soundtrack of the lavish biopic. Elliott Wheeler has reimagined the iconic music of the King for a modern audience with the aim of capturing the profound impact it had on audiences 60 years ago.
In a change of focus, the latest episode of Harmonious World is not about a new musical release, but rather a book on the topic of the music business. It's a second conversation with trombonist and Outside In Music founder and CEO Nick Finzer.Create, Connect, Repeat is a fascinating book that provides a career strategy of building a live in a creative industry - any creative industry. In our conversation, Nick and I discuss the ways in which connect with your audience have changed and can be capitalised on by artists.Thanks to Nick for allowing me to use clips alongside our conversation from one of my favourite tracks of his - Evolutions of Perspective - which is musically and conceptually spot on for this topic.Follow me on instagram.com/hilaryrwriterFollow me on facebook.com/HilaryRobertsonFreelanceWriterFollow me on twitter.com/hilaryrwriterDon't forget the Quincy Jones quote that sums up why I do this: "Imagine what a harmonious world it would be if every single person, both young and old, shared a little of what he is good at doing."Support the show
RPS award-winning composer and vocalist Laura Bowler talks about her newest opera 'The Blue Woman', and her climate-change inspired collaboration with Cordelia Lynn, 'Houses Slide'. TICKETS: https://www.roh.org.uk/tickets-and-events/the-blue-woman-by-katie-mitchell-details Laura's new work Distance is premiered by Juliet Fraser and the Talea Ensemble at Cheltenham Festival on 10 July. TICKETS: https://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/music/whats-on/2022/distance This interview was recorded on Monday 27 June 2022.
Guest Bio: Antonija Pacek, Creativity and Innovation Practice Leader at Global Success Advisors and MEA Business Group, holds a master's degree in Psychology from the University of Cambridge, UK, and an honors BA degree from Webster University in Vienna, Austria. Prior to co-creating the IMAGINO® for Global Success Advisors and MEA Business Group, she was an HR consultant with Hewitt Associates and the Center for Creative Leadership, working on soft skills training with major international corporations. Antonija is an adjunct faculty for Duke Corporate Education, a number-one-ranked provider of executive corporate education in the world. She also teaches various psychology courses at two international universities in Vienna. In her academic career, Antonija has taught Industrial Psychology, Social Psychology, Personality Theories, History and Systems of Psychology, Emotional Intelligence, Psychology and Film, Personal Development, Leadership Development, and Learning Strategies. On several occasions, she was invited to co-lecture with the legendary Dr. Phil Zimbardo during his guest lectures in Vienna. In her free time, she enjoys composing piano music and has published five neoclassical piano albums (Soul Colours, Life Stories, Il Mare, Forever, and Seasons of Life). She has a music publishing contract with Warner Chappell, a publishing arm of Warner Music. Antonija is popular in Italy and has performed in 2018 and 2019 in a number of famous Italian venues such as the Auditorium in Rome and Teatro dal Verme in Milan. In 2020, she signed a record publishing contract with an American classical music label Parma Recordings that published her fourth album “Forever” in Oct. In 2021, Antonija signed a contract with Yellow Rose Records, which published six singles and her newest album, “Seasons of Life” in 2022. Follow Antonija on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn. Remarkable Quote: “When you are withheld of something that you really love, that you crave for, that you hope for, it accumulates into some kind of craving and hopeful feeling inside you that will find a way to go out.” “Stress is not always a villain. You can shift your mind and take the best out of it to actually work for you.” Sponsor Today's episode is sponsored by: Picked Cherries' social podcasting app is the destination for the best podcast listening experience for all listeners. Download the app for FREE on Google Play and the App Store. Share podcasts like never before with Picked Cherries. Learn more at PickedCherries.com. Find Us Online! Website: iamJulietHahn.com Instagram: @iamjuliethahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: @iamjuliethahn Fireside: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn
Introducing 3 generations of Danny van Leeuwen's. Inclusive, blood, intentional family lore. Spiritual health can come from family. From the Holocaust to today. Blog subscribers: Listen to the podcast here. Scroll down through show notes to read the post. Subscribe to Health Hats, the Podcast, on your favorite podcast player Please support my blog and podcast. CONTRIBUTE HERE Episode Notes Prefer to read, experience impaired hearing or deafness? Find FULL TRANSCRIPT at the end of the other show notes or download the printable transcript here Contents with Time-Stamped Headings to listen where you want to listen or read where you want to read (heading. time on podcast xx:xx. page # on the transcript) Proem.. 2 Catching up 02:29. 2 We're all three well partnered 03:22. 2 Forgetfulness runs in the family 04:27. 3 The meaning of our name 05:07. 3 Music in our lives 07:08. 4 Uncle Danny's feeling it 09:22. 4 The team: care coordination and family 10:21. 5 Sleep 13:04. 5 The life of Danny III 14:06. 6 Joey van Leeuwen 15:16. 6 Visiting Morocco 18:06. 7 Danny III's health 20:32. 8 Travel and language 22:47. 8 More about Morocco 23:34. 9 Uncle Danny, tell us a story 24:30. 9 Opa returning from the concentration camp 26:00. 10 Israel and the Kibbutz 27:28. 10 Screwed up paperwork 29:26. 11 First meeting my Uncle Danny 30:48. 11 My dad, Ruben van Leeuwen 31:47. 12 Uncle Danny's first wedding 32:34. 12 Danny III's calming voice 33:24. 12 Uncle Danny's 90th Party 34:40. 13 Concentration camp, faith, draft counseling 35:13. 13 We're van Leeuwen's 39:40. 14 Uncle Danny in Jerusalem 42:19. 15 Reflection 45:03. 15 Please comment and ask questions at the comment section at the bottom of the show notes on LinkedIn via email DM on Instagram or Twitter to @healthhats Credits Music by permission from Joey van Leeuwen, Drummer, Composer, Arranger Web and Social Media Coach Kayla Nelson @lifeoflesion The views and opinions presented in this podcast and publication are solely the responsibility of the author, Danny van Leeuwen, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute® (PCORI®), its Board of Governors or Methodology Committee. Sponsored by Abridge Inspired by and grateful to Henri B, Evaline, Nathan, Kato, Leon, Ruben, Daniel, Lea van Leeuwen Links Crescendo Baby Music on a Facebook page Danny III on SoundCloud, Fireship first recorded by (the Weavers) Peter Paul and Moses playing Ring Around the Roses. September Song. City of Chefchaouen Rabat kibbutz Unilever Kathy's Consulting Related podcasts About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, learning on the journey toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. I'm the Rosetta Stone of Healthcare. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all this. To subscribe go to https://health-hats.com/ Creative Commons Licensing The material found on this website created by me is Open Source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Anyone may use the material (written, audio, or video) freely at no charge. Please cite the source as: ‘From Danny van Leeuwen, Health Hats. (including the link to my website). I welcome edits and improvements. Please let me know. email@example.com. The material on this site created by others is theirs and use follows their guidelines. The Show Proem I talked about the magic levers of best health in my first blog posts in 2012 – ten years and 535 posts and episodes ago—pretty mundane ...
Creating a distinctive Maori orchestral sound by integrating the style and colour of traditional Maori music with the vast range of an orchestra, is the goal of award winning composer and sonic artist, David Mason. He's busy working on five new compositions this year as the National Youth Orchestra's Composer in Residence. The orchestra is about to premiere one of them, Wahi Ngaro. Lynn speaks to David about how he explores the juxtaposition of his Maori heritage with his work as a classical composer. David Mason will be performing at the Michael Fowler Centre on Thursday 7 July, and the Christchurch Town Hall on Saturday 9 July.
On The Town With Tanya chats with Carmel High School Seniors: Christian, Kyle, George, Lee, Maya, Else and Teegan on their not for profit "Instruments Inspire", a 501(c)3 that gives instruments to kids in need in Putnam. Please go to their website: www.instrumentsinspire.org and DONATE please- support our youth who become the change they want to see! Original Music (thank you to Street Performers for sharing)* All music is by the artist* Singer, Composer, Instrumentalist: Damiyr Singer Songwriter: Tatiana Cooper --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tanya-cooper/support
If you have any questions or if you'd like to chat, you can reach me at my contact info below. The purpose of this podcast is to share ideas, inspire action, and build a stronger small business community here in Pittsburgh. So please say hello, tell me what you think, and let me know how I'm doing. It means a ton!YOU CAN REACH ME AT:Website: https://www.proprietorsofpittsburgh.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darinvilanoPhone: 412-336-8247YOU CAN REACH JORDAN SCHULZ AT:Website: https://www.lifesidestudios.comWebsite: https://www.jordanschulzonline.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lifeside_studiosFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/lifesidestudioLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordansschulz
The final confrontation of the stranger begins, as the agents finally get answers they will have to prove that they are capable of completing their mission despite their own failings and the failings of others. We follow our four heroes through strange and far flung worlds as they set out on missions from the mysterious ClockTower, all the while discovering who they are and what purpose they truly serve. Are you ready to step through the mirror? Times ticking, Welcome to the ClockTower. If you would like to support us please head over to our patreon https://www.patreon.com/ClockTower Visit our website at https://www.clocktoweragent.com/ or our social media accounts @ClockTowerAgent Join the ClockTower Community https://discord.gg/smwmcwXjFX Starring: Cal (Co-Star, Media Team) Ellinthris @ellinthris (Dungeon Master, Director, Co-Editor) Kball @krystalball.tattoo(Co-Star) Parker @whose.music (Producer, Composer, Co-Editor, Co-Star) Trent @zerobeat7 (Co-Star, Media Team)
Rhythm Machine's The very first track, ‘It's Time For Love', pretty much sets the stage for what is to come on the rest of the album of twenty-two tracks. The band is tight, energetic, and orchestrally sound. Great instrumentality, horny horns, sweet vocal renditions, and funky rhythms. The bounce and the lyrics reflect the times. These attributes are consistent throughout the rest of the project. Re-mastered, enhanced, and tweaked by producer/band member, Donald Harris on sax and vocals, the recordings maintain a sonic phatness that really comes to life on vinyl yet still thrives digitally. The result is an audio experience to be archived for generations to come. Your grandkids will thank you.Malcolm W. Adams Japan Journal, Editor-in-Chief and President & Executive Producer Motown Records Japan. JAZZY SKY Jazzy Sky is a vocal Jazz band. It starts its activity in 2018, and has been founded by Stephane Querry (Pianist and Composer) who writes the songs. One EP and numerous singles have already been released in all the streaming and download platforms, and new projects are going on. Two singers (Camille and Lydia) and different musicians perform the songs as function as the music.
Donald Macleod surveys one of the most famed Spanish composers of the Renaissance, Tomás Luis de Victoria. Tomás Luis de Victoria has become the most famed Spanish composer of the Renaissance and ranks alongside Palestrina and Lassus as one of the greatest composers of the 16th century. He was a singer, organist, scholar, teacher, and a priest but it was in composition that he made his most significant impact. His motets, Offices for the Dead and music for Holy Week are admired for their great beauty and intensity and his musical talent thrust him into the orbit of Spain's royal family and the most senior clerics in Rome. His devotion to God sat at the heart of his creative life; and he wrote, “there is not a single thing as useful as music, which, reaching our hearts soft but deeply, provides a clear benefit not only for our soul but also for our body.” Music Featured: O magnum mysterium Ave Maria Missa pro defunctis (Taedet animan meam) Missa pro defunctis (excerpt) Missa pro defunctis (excerpt) Magnificat octavi toni O Magnum Mysterium Vadam et circuibo civitatem a 6 Ascendens Christus in altum Super flumina Babylonis Missa O magnum mysterium Ave maris stella a 4 Gaude Maria Nigra sum sed formosa Ardens Est Cor Muem Magnificat septimi toni Lamentations for Maundy Thursday Conditor alme siderum a 4 Aurea luce a 4 O Ildephonse Pange Lingua ‘more hispano' a 4 Victimae paschali Laudes a 8 Veni, Sancte Spiritus a 8 Missa pro Victoria a 9 Missa Surge Propera a 5 (Credo) O quam gloriosum O vos omnes Missa pro defunctis (excerpt) Versa est in luctum Libera me (Absolution) Missa Salve regina a 8 Alma Redemptoris Mater Presented by Donald Macleod Produced by Luke Whitlock For full track listings, including artist and recording details, and to listen to the pieces featured in full (for 30 days after broadcast) head to the series page for Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611) https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0018862 And you can delve into the A-Z of all the composers we've featured on Composer of the Week here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/3cjHdZlXwL7W41XGB77X3S0/composers-a-to-z
God wasn't improvising at Pentecost! The Composer has written a grand symphony, and it's being played, note for note. If the audience in Jerusalem had been able to read the score - that is, the Scriptures - they would have been anticipating the next, dramatic movement. We'll see just how essential Pentecost was to the divine program in a new sermon called, God's Passion for the World. We'll be in Acts 2; Peter is quoting from Joel 2; and here's Jim to open with prayer. Listen to Right Start Radio every Monday through Friday on WCVX 1160AM (Cincinnati, OH) at 9:30am, WHKC 91.5FM (Columbus, OH) at 5:00pm, WRFD 880AM (Columbus, OH) at 9:00am. Right Start can also be heard on One Christian Radio 107.7FM & 87.6FM in New Plymouth, New Zealand. You can purchase a copy of this message, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, for $7 on a single CD by calling +1 (800) 984-2313, and of course you can always listen online or download the message for free. RS06242022_1.mp3Scripture References: Acts 2
Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview series with London-born, Irish-based Jazz Composer, Performer, Songwriter, Arranger, Producer & Teacher Carole Nelson .. We had a good talk from her home base in Ireland about the new 2022 Release Night Vision .. This is the third recording from this relatively new project made up of Cormac O'Brien on Bass, Dominic Mullan on Drums and Carole Nelson on Piano & soprano sax. Over the years, Carole has composed and performed extensively and in a wide variety of artistic fields. Her work draws on all sources and aspects of music; jazz, free improvisation, world music, contemporary pop and dance, classical and traditional Irish music .. Enjoy the story .. Click to listen.More on Carole - http://www.carolenelsonmusic.com/Thanks for listening and tuning into yet another Neon Jazz interview .. where we give you a bit of insight into the finest players and minds around the world giving fans all that jazz .. If you want to hear more interviews, go to Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino on the iTunes store, visit the YouTube Neon Jazz Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/neonjazzkc, go The Home of Neon Jazz at http://theneonjazz.blogspot.com/ and for everything Joe Dimino related go to www.joedimino.com When you are there, you can donate to the Neon Jazz cause via PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=ERA4C4TTVKLR4 or through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/neonjazzkc - Until next time .. enjoy the music my friends ..
The Shallowz are a Northern Virginia quintet specializing in contagious indie rock. The sound is somewhat familiar to the ear, yet surprisingly new and different. Dedicated to enjoying the creative process of writing and performing original rock music, The Shallowz come from diverse musical backgrounds but work as a cohesive unit to craft and perform their own take on indie pop/rock. Typically conducted in a small barn in rural Warrenton, Virginia, The Shallowz would get together every other weekend to block out the weekly remnants of their day jobs and enjoy writing and play music. This ritual has continued for over 20 years in various incarnations, but at present we call ourselves, The Shallowz. Jazzy Sky is a vocal Jazz band. It starts its activity in 2018, and has been founded by Stephane Querry (Pianist and Composer) who writes the songs. One EP and numerous singles have already been released in all the streaming and download platforms, and new projects are going on. Two singers (Camille and Lydia) and different musicians perform the songs as function as the music. The Antenna Tribe From crafting gorgeous layered soundscapes to producing familiar pop-sensible stories, The Antenna Tribe has, at its core, an unrelenting drive to be both emotionally familiar and sonically unique. A knack for impeccable craftsmanship and an ear for faithfully communicating the human condition has resulted in glimmering arrangements and unforgettable musical memories. Working with an array of talented singer-songwriters, The Antenna Tribe strives to cast each vocalist in their optimal light, building layers of sound around each of them as they tell each story with emotion and poignancy.
This week on Lost and Sound, Hannah Peel, Mercury 2021 shortlisted artist, composer, producer and late night broadcaster chats with Paul about creativity, inspiration, the importance of finding a balance, Delia Derbyshire, the theramin ban on her score for the new TV adaptation of The Midwich Cuckoos and so much more. The Midwich Cuckoos score is out now via Invada Records. Catch Hannah presenting Night Tracks on BBC Radio 3 .Paul's debut book, Coming To Berlin: Global Journeys Into An Electronic Music And Club Culture Capital is out now on Velocity PressLost and Sound title music by ESOwww.lostandsoundpodcast.com
Composer Fela Sowande was introduced to classical and church music from an early age. While he was successful as a musician, he moved to London in 1934 to study civil engineering. Ultimately, his love of music won. Find out more in the latest episode of the 'Rhapsody in Black' podcast.
In today's podcast you'll hear my interview with James Daly: Pianist, Composer, Teacher, Business Owner. He's created the San Ramon Academy of Music and the Powerful Piano brand. James is so charming and passionate, and you can just feel his love for the music he makes and the students he teaches. He's overcome a lot of obstacles to get where he is now, owning a successful teaching business and continuing to perform, compose, and create content with energy and love. I hope you enjoy this conversation! Let's just say it: Classical music is elitist. The people on our orchestra stages tend to look a certain way, the composers who get played tend to be demographically similar, and our diversity/equity/inclusion efforts often get a surprising amount of internal and external pushback. As a white woman, It makes me really uncomfortable to talk about these issues, but these are conversations that need to be had. The bio my guest James Daly shared with me addresses this head-on, and starts: James is not what people think of when they picture a 'classical pianist'. Being an African American man with full sleeve tattoos and a visible athletic background he is mistaken for a personal trainer more than anything else. But definitely never an artist. How can a meathead be a Chopin aficionado?? James has been a lifelong musician, but his circumstances and background put him in a position similar to many other youths. Before turning 17 he was a high school dropout, working full time, and living on his own. Yet, it was a dedication to music that inspired him to pursue higher education to fulfill his potential. Despite the odds, he achieved a full scholarship to UC Berkeley where he specialized in piano performance and composition. From there he graduated with honors in 2012 and has been teaching the last decade. His unique approach to instruction gained him such success he opened San Ramon Academy of Music in 2018, focusing on online music education and group classes. He started the Powerful Piano brand in 2021 to grow his educational platform and provide access to music education to anyone, not just those who can afford private instruction. I loved this conversation with James. He's so charming and passionate that it's obvious why he's been successful - and at the same time it's inspiring that he's overcome so many obstacles and is now trying to clear the way for others to do the same. Connect with James on Instagram, or check out the San Ramon Academy of Music and The Powerful Piano on the web. Thinking of trying FONS to streamline scheduling and payment for your music studio? Click HERE for my affiliate link and a free two week trial! Theme music by DreamVance. You can join my email list HERE, so you never miss an episode! I'm your host, Jennet Ingle. I love you all. Stay safe out there!
Music feeds our souls over here on Bitch Talk and it was a joy to watch a documentary that celebrates that magical connection. We had the chance to speak with director/writer/producer Kathleen Ermitage who's film Mixtape Triology: Stories of the Power of Music explores three different musicians and their music - The Indigo Girls, Vijay Iyer, and Talib Kweli and the fans who have been inspired by their art. Kathleen tells us how she went about finding these stories, what she learned from the conversations she had with musicians and their fans and how they challenged her thinking, how she and her team had to creatively film and edit during the pandemic, and how social justice work was weaved into these stories. Mixtape was such an uplifting story of artists and their fans and we think this could be an episodic in the works. You can get tickets to watch Mixtape Trilogy in person at the Bentonville Film Festival or stream it here: https://www.goelevent.com/BFF/e/MixtapeTrilogyFollow Mixtape Trilogy: Stories of the Power of Music on IG, Twitter, and Facebook--Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed and masked!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
Jazzy Sky is a vocal Jazz band. It starts its activity in 2018, and has been founded by Stephane Querry (Pianist and Composer) who writes the songs. One EP and numerous singles have already been released in all the streaming and download platforms, and new projects are going on. Two singers (Camille and Lydia) and different musicians perform the songs as function as the music.
Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview series with Toronto-based Jazz Bassist, Composer & Bandleader Robert Lee .. We caught up with him about his life in music, COVID world and his new 2022 CD Cha Run .. This is the sophomore album of his as he continues to refine his artistic identity that is rooted in the emotional provocation of jazz and improvised music .. The album contains all original compositions inspired by Korean folk stories, spanning various fantasy and romantic narratives. His musical interest started with the violin before switching to the bass. Enjoy the story .. Click to listen.More on Robert - https://soundcloud.com/robertleemusicThanks for listening and tuning into yet another Neon Jazz interview .. where we give you a bit of insight into the finest players and minds around the world giving fans all that jazz .. If you want to hear more interviews, go to Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino on the iTunes store, visit the YouTube Neon Jazz Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/neonjazzkc, go The Home of Neon Jazz at http://theneonjazz.blogspot.com/ and for everything Joe Dimino related go to www.joedimino.com When you are there, you can donate to the Neon Jazz cause via PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=ERA4C4TTVKLR4 or through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/neonjazzkc - Until next time .. enjoy the music my friends ..
Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview with Jazz Trombonist, Arranger & Composer John Yao on the 2022 CD John Yao's Triceratops Off-Kilter .. We caught up for the first time in 2019 .. and now the world is a different place .. and he had a baby in June of 2022 .. This album captures a sense of risk-taking and disconcerting invention that make up this unpredictable album.We cover this new material, COVID living, upcoming live gigs and so much more .. Enjoy .. Click to listen.Get the album - https://johnyao.bandcamp.com/Thanks for listening and tuning into yet another Neon Jazz interview .. where we give you a bit of insight into the finest players and minds around the world giving fans all that jazz .. If you want to hear more interviews, go to Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino on the iTunes store, visit the YouTube Neon Jazz Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/neonjazzkc, go The Home of Neon Jazz at http://theneonjazz.blogspot.com/ and for everything Joe Dimino related go to www.joedimino.com When you are there, you can donate to the Neon Jazz cause via PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=ERA4C4TTVKLR4 or through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/neonjazzkc - Until next time .. enjoy the music my friends ..
The producer and star of the Blade franchise, Wesley Snipes, along with producers Keith Arem and Adam Lawson join us to discuss their new gritty sci-fi/noir graphic novel, The Exiled. Hear an in-depth interview with film composer Benjamin Wallfisch (Shazam!, IT, Mortal Kombat, Blade Runner 2049). Voice actress Bonnie Gordon (Star Trek: Prodigy, Street Fighter V) catches us up on the latest Nerd News Headlines. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's All Been Done Radio Hour Commercial #178 The Directors #2 "The Composer" Sam approaches the famously grouchy composer to write a theme song for the newest segment. But upon learning the segment is based on reality television, he wants nothing to do with it. Visit our website http://iabdpresents.com Script books, clothing and more at https://amzn.to/3km2TLm Please support us at http://patreon.com/IABD Find more from It's All Been Done Radio Hour here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iabdpresents/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@iabdpresents A comedy radio show originally performed Saturday, June 12, 2021 streaming online. STARRING Samantha Stark as Sam Nathan Haley as The Composer Narrated by Darren Esler Foley Artist Brendan Michna Foley Technician J.T. Walker Podcast edited by Chris Allen Written by Jerome Wetzel Directed by Kristin Green Music Director Kristin Green Theme Songs by Nathan Haley and Jerome Wetzel Technical Director Shane Stefanchik When you post about us, hashtag #IABD #youtuberadioplays #bestyoutubepodcastchannels
Lead singer of “Man Like Machine” and solo artist Joshua Bright shares his story of triumph through his trials. A supernatural, psychedelic hue radiates from the raspy, tortured folk of Joshua Bright. We are so grateful to have him share his light with us and we are looking forward to the new music to come very soon!
When thinking back to the music of many of our childhood, the scores of Joel McNeely instantly come to mind: Iron Will, Flipper, Return to Never Land, Holes, among many others, including a number of Disney direct-to-video animated features. He's an Emmy Award-winning composer behind the early 90s television series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. More recently he has composed for shows including The Orville and American Dad. On this episode of Notably Disney host Brett Nachman talks with Joel about his career, work with Disney, and spotlight two of his spectacular scores: Iron Will and Return to Never Land. Check out Joel's work by visiting his website (JoelMcNeely.com) and follow him on Twitter (@joelsephmc). Feel free to reach out to Brett via Twitter @bnachmanreports, subscribe to the podcast, and send your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
FOX-TV, Motown, Royalty, Grammy Award Nominated Classic " Gin & Juice Snoop Dogg“Rollin down the street, smokin indo, sippin on gin and juice/ Laid back (with my mind on my money and my money on my mind)” ~ David Ruffin Jr. vocal on the Multi-Platinum Hit " Gin & Juice" The son of The Temptations Lead Singer David Ruffin whose voice can be heard on classic Hits like: : My Girl, I Wish It Would Rain, Ain't to Proud to Beg", I'm Losing You, Beauty's Only Skin Deep & other Love Song of the classic group lineup during Motown's Golden Era.David's NEW Music " Time of My Life & Cry, Cry, Cry just dropped this Spring/Summer 2022 was recently this Spring on FOX-TV' Show "I Can See Your Voice" Season 2David Ruffin, Jr.is a talented, versatile, up-and-coming recording artist whose voice can be heard on numerous hip hop projects by major recording artists like Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's Grammy® Award winning Hip Hop, multi-platinum classic recording that he and Dr. Dre wrote entitled, Gin & Juice. He is originally from Detroit, Michigan and currently residing in Hollywood, California. DavidRuffinJr,comDavid has Summer Concert & TV Appearances with the Sons of Motown as well as other TV, Concert Theatre Events in 2022-2023David Jr. is blessed with a tremendous and powerful first and second tenor and an equally impressive Alto and Falsetto. D-Ruff can be heard on numerous hip hop projects by such stellar artists as Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mel Man, Benzino, Dave Mays and Capone. As well as local Detroit talent such as T Money Green, Amir, Young Ruff, The Boss and Diamond. He has also performed with the legendary singing group, “The Dramatics”, as well as prepared several independent recordings over the last four years, and has emerged as an excellent songwriter. Highly touted music publications such as “The Rolling Stone”, “The Source” and “Rap Pages” have lauded David Jr. as a talented, disciplined, and strong artist. © 2022 All Rights Reserved© 2022 Building Abundant Success!!Join Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBAS
Today on The Neil Haley Show, Neil and Dr. Sheryl White will interview Composer Robert ToTeras of The Walk. Robert's composing credits include shows from Netflix, HBO, TNT, Bravo, Showtime, Nickelodeon, and more. He was an arts student in Philly and has made quite a name for himself in the composing circles here in Hollywood. As an African American composer, perhaps there would be interest in hearing more about his work on the score. I'm attaching his bio as well as a link below to the trailer and website for his work. Synopsis: In 1974, a Boston Irish cop contends with fierce social pressure after being assigned to protect black high school students as they are bussed into all-white South Boston High. Starring: Justin Chatwin, Terrence Howard, Lovie Simone, Katie Douglas, Anastasiya Mitrunen, with Jeremy Piven and Malcolm McDowell. Directed By: Daniel Adams Release Date: June 10, 2022, Vertical Entertainment
This content is for Members only. Come and join us by subscribing here In the meantime, here's some more details about the show: It's a warm welcome then to the man himself: Dr. Brad Stone - the JazzWeek Programmer of the Year 2017, who's here every Thursday to present The Creative Source - a two hour show, highlighting jazz-fusion and progressive jazz flavours from back then, the here and now, plus occasional forays into the future. Please feel free to get in touch with Brad with any comments or suggestions you might have; he'll be more than happy to hear from you: email@example.com or follow him via Facebook or Twitter. Enjoy! The Creative Source 16th June 2022 Artist - Track - Album - Year Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Henry Franklin The Griot Jazz is Dead 11 2022 Xose Miguélez Meniña Contradictio 2022 Chris Torkewitz Jazz Orchestra One for You NY Ensembles 2022 The United States Air Force Band "Airmen of Note" Jackie-ing (feat. Ted Nash) The 2022 Jazz Heritage Series 2022 Ben Markley Big Band with Ari Hoenig Green Spleen Ari's Fun House 2022 Jean Fineberg & JAZZphoria Synesthesia Jean Fineberg & JAZZphoria 2022 Charles Ruggiero Altered States Drummer, Composer 2022 Scott Hamilton If You Are But a Dream Classics 2021 John Yao's Triceratops Below the High Rise Off-Kilter 2022 ARC Trio and the John Daversa Big Band Falling Arceology: The Music of MSM Schmidt 2022 Troy Roberts Dreamstation Nu-Jive: Nations United 2022 Harry Skoler Peggy's Blue Skylight Living in Sound: The Music of Charles Mingus 2022 Yves Léveillé Le Réservoir L'Échelle du Temps 2022 Danilo Pérez feat. The Global Messengers Monopatia (Pathways) Crisálida 2022 Alan Broadbent Trio Prelude to Peace Like Minds 2022 3 More Sounds Unchain My Heart Play Ray Charles 2022 Caleb Wheeler Curtis Surrounding Heatmap 2022 The post The Creative Source (#CreativeSource) – 16th June 2022 appeared first on SoulandJazz.com | Stereo, not stereotypical ®.
Episode #239 of BGMania: A Video Game Music Podcast. This week on the show, Bryan and Bedroth from RPGera have something truly special. Not only is this our first Part II of the Composer Appreciation series we do every quarter... we also have an exclusive interview with Yuzo Koshiro himself! This is one of our longest episodes since the beginning of this wild ride... but trust me... it's worth it. Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org with requests for upcoming episodes, questions, feedback, comments, concerns, whatever you want really! Special thanks to our Executive Producers: Jexak & Xancu. EPISODE PLAYLIST AND CREDITS Destination Blackout from Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune II [Yuzo Koshiro, 2005] Klepsydra -Level 9- from Xanadu Scenario II [Yuzo Koshiro, 1985] Hold Me Tonight from Misty Blue [Yuzo Koshiro, 1990] Towa Battle Theme from Time & Eternity [Yuzo Koshiro, 2012] North Wall from Actraiser [Yuzo Koshiro, 1990] Purest Joy from Actraiser Renaissance [Yuzo Koshiro, 2021] Boss #3 from Warriors of the Lost Empire [Yuzo Koshiro, 2007] Termination from Ys II [Yuzo Koshiro, 1989] Challenging Tomorrow from The Scheme [Yuzo Koshiro, 1988] Blue and White from Etrian Odyssey [Yuzo Koshiro, 2007] Empty Sun -Stage 7- from Sol Cresta [Yuzo Koshiro, 2022] The Shinobi -Stage 1- from The Revenge of Shinobi [Yuzo Koshiro, 1989] Stultifying Work from 7th Dragon 2020-II [Yuzo Koshiro, 2013] The Gears Go Awry from Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin [Yuzo Koshiro, 2006] SUPPORT US Patreon: https://patreon.com/rpgera CONTACT US Website: https://rpgera.com Discord: https://discord.gg/cC73Heu Twitch: https://twitch.tv/leveldowngames Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginalLDG Instagram: https://instagram.com/bryan.ldg/ Facebook: https://facebook.com/leveldowngaming RPGERA PODCAST NETWORK Very Good Music: A VGM Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bgmania/message
For this episode, host David Coscina speaks with Amin Bhatia, an award-winning composer of electronic music, tv, film, documentaries and games. During the conversation, Amin discussed his beginnings with synthesizers, his incredible Interstellar Suite album, and composing music for film and tv projects including Iron Eagle 2, Kung Fu The Legend Returns, Once a Thief, Flashpoint, Anne with an E, and much much more. Enjoy the show! —— Special thanks to our Patreon supporters: Matt DeWater, David Ballantyne, Mindtrickzz, Joe Wiles, Rich Alves, Maxime, William Welch, Tim Burden, Alan Rogers, Dave Williams, Max Hamulyák, Jeffrey Graebner, Douglas Lacey, Don Mase, Victor Field, Jochen Stolz, Emily Mason, Eric Skroch, Alexander Schiebel, Alphonse Brown, John Link, Andreas Wennmyr, Matt Berretta, Eldaly Morningstar, Elizabeth, Glenn McDorman, Chris Malone, Steve Karpicz, Deniz Çağlar, Brent Osterberg, Jérôme Flick, Sarah Brouns, Aaron Collins, Randall Derchan, Paul Helmuth Angela Rabatin, Michael Poteet, Larry Reese, Thomas Tinneny, William Burke, Clint Morgan, Rudy Amaya, Eric Marvin and Marcu Ioachim. —— Cinematic Sound Radio is fully licensed to play music by SOCAN. Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/cinematicsoundradio Check out our NEW Cinematic Sound Radio TeePublic Store! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio Cinematic Sound Radio Web: http://www.cinematicsound.net Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cinsoundradio Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cinematicsound Cinematic Sound Radio Fanfare and Theme by David Coscina https://soundcloud.com/user-970634922 Bumper voice artist: Tim Burden http://www.timburden.com
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