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INSIDE THE ARMOR - Ein deutscher STAR WARS Cosplay Podcast

Wir sind zurück liebe Leute - und das gleich im Doppelpack! Begrüßt eine neue (und doch vertraute) Stimme bei uns im Podcast - denn ab nun wird uns Leif bei allen neuen Folgen unterstützen! Ihr lernt ihn heute ein wenig besser kennen, wir sprechen über die vergangenen 1.5 Jahre in der doch viel zu langen Podcast Pause. Und weil sich das Jahr dem Ende neigt, reden wir über die vielen lustigen und schönen Erlebnisse die wir diese Trooping Saison auf verschiedenen großartigen Events erlebt haben. STAR WARS in Concert, Power of the Force, The Music of Hans Zimmer& John Williams , SOS Kinderdorf Düsseldorf, ANDOR Vorpremiere, Speyer 2022 und vieles mehr. Freut euch auf ein fröhliches Gespräch mit vielen Highlights!

Sticky Notes: The Classical Music Podcast
The Music of Film Composers

Sticky Notes: The Classical Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 44:24


Film music began as a solution to a problem. Early film projectors were really loud, therefore something was needed to cover up all the noise.  In addition, silent movies apparently seemed a bit awkward without any musical accompaniment.   Enter, usually, a pianist, who would improvise musical accompaniments to the events on the screen. None other than Dmitri Shostakovich got his first job as a cinema pianist, honing his improvisatory skills, and sometimes receiving cat calls and boos for his fantasy filled musings that tended to stray away from the action on the screen. Music in the silent film era had to help the audience in pointing out important moments to the audience,  enhancing the emotional effects of the story, and most importantly, it had to give a certain musical line to every character, giving to them the emotional depth that the audience couldn't get since they weren't going to hear their voice.  To do this, early film composers turned to the idea of the Leitmotif, an idea developed by the opera composer Richard Wagner. This idea would take hold even once "talkies" took over the screen, with composers such as Max Steiner, Charlie Chaplin, and others setting the stage for a century of brilliant music, by composers like Bernard Herrmann, John Williams, Dmitri Shostakovich, Rachel Portman, Hans Zimmer, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Christopher Willis, and dozens and dozens more. Today on the show we'll talk about this development of film music, and also hear some of the greatest and most recognizable film music ever written. We'll also talk about why film music is sometimes looked down upon in the classical music world, and how we might begin to change that perception. Join us! 

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast
Episode 178 - ”Hollywood AD” (S7E19)

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 78:49


Moving on is a chance that you take every time you try to stay together, Say a word out of line and you find that the friends you had are gone, Forever, forever.   In this Episode, Luke & Checks discuss the 19th episode of the 7th series of The X-Files, "Hollywood AD" We talk first world problems, The Skin Man Cometh and who did you spot in this cameo filled episode? If you have any thoughts about "Hollywood AD" or any other episodes of this series, please drop us a message! If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch! Email: mostunwantedpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: fb.me/mostunwantedpodcast Twitter: Twitter.com/mostunwantedpod Instagram: instagram.com/mostunwantedpodcast The theme song is "Mulder and Scully" by Katie Pham and the Moonbathers recorded at Blancmange lounge 2016. You can find more from Katie Pham and the Moonbathers on Facebook (facebook.com/katiephammusic) and Bandcamp (blancmangelounge.bandcamp.com) All episodes are recorded, produced, and edited by Daniel Checkley and Luke Costin. Production Notes Jingle written and performed by Tasha Cassidy   Additional songs: The Critic Theme by Hans Zimmer

The Holmes Archive of Electronic Music

Episode 85 Rain Music   Playlist Dean Evenson, “Thunder Intro” from Forest Rain (1993 Soundings of the Planet). 0:28 Ulrich Schnauss, “Molfsee” from Far Away Trains Passing By (2002 City Centre Offices). Written and produced by German artists Ulrich Schnauss. Schnauss is also a current member of Tangerine Dream, joining in 2014 and working with a renewed lineup since the death of original TG member Edgar Frose in 2015. 8:07 Ana Roxanne, “It's A Rainy Day On The Cosmic Shore” from ~ ~ ~ (2019 Leaving Records). Limited edition cassette release. Ana Roxanne is an intersex Southeast Asian musician born and raised in the Bay area. Some low-fi and hi-fi rain sounds and synthesis. 5:03 Paul Beaver and Bernard Krause, “Ragnarök” from Ragnarök (1969 Limelight). The duo's first album of electronic music following the release of their Nonesuch Guide to Electronic Music (1968). They feature the Moog Modular synthesizer throughout and use it to synthesize the sounds of rain and thunder on this track. 3:22 Dean Evenson, “Thunder Streams” from Forest Rain (1993 Soundings of the Planet). Everson has been producing soothing electronic and flute sounds for many years, this example is from 1993 and includes rain and thunder effects. Native and silver flutes, keyboards, Dean Evenson; harp, Dudley Evenson; cello, Jonathan Kramer; guitar, Tim McHugh; percussion, Stuart Glasser. 6:20 Mystic Moods Orchestra, introductory sounds of the storm and the sea from One Stormy Night (1966 Phillips). 0:52 Steve Birchall, “Summer Memories” from Reality Gates (1973 Poseidon Electronic Music Studio). An obscure and interesting album of privately produced electronic music from the early 1970s. Billed as "electronic meditations by Steve Birchall." Equipment used was a potpourri of systems, effects, and an EMS VCS-3 synthesizer: Ampex mm 1000 16 track recorder; DBX noise reduction; Spectrasonics console; Studer A-80 recorder; Eventide Clockworks Instant Phaser; Cooper Time Cube; EMT reverb; Neumann VMS 70-SX68 computerized lathe; EMS VCS-3 (Putney) synthesizer. 10:49 Agostino Nirodh Fortini (Nirodh), “Aquatic Round” from Suoni Immaginari (2020 Black Sweat Records). Italian artist and release. Composed, recorded, and produced by Agostino Nirodh Fortini. 2:52 Mystic Moods Orchestra, “A Dream" from One Stormy Night (1966 Phillips). In the mid-sixties, recording engineer and sound recordist Brad Miller had the brilliant idea of combining the recorded sounds of nature with sweeping, orchestral renditions of popular music. This was a series of albums intended as background mood music for couples. The subtitle on the cover of One Stormy Night is “Whoever you are, you hold in your heart the memory of…One Stormy Night.” On the back cover, it says, “A spectacular thunderstorm, the sound of rain and romantic music combine to create One Stormy Night. The Mystic Moods Orchestra has many releases in to the early 1970s, at least two of which utilized the Moog Modular synthesizer. This album, however, is pure field recordings creatively combined with music. 4:16 Sanford Ponder, “Frontier” from Etosha - Private Music In The Land Of Dry Water (1985 Private Music). Arranged, produced, written, Fairlight CMI Synthesizer, Yamaha DX-7 Synthesizer, Roland GR-707 Synthesizer, Sanford Ponder; piano, Clyde Criner. 9:37 D. Emmanuel, “Rain Forest Music” from Rain Forest Music (1981 North Star Productions). Private recording of electronic and acoustical music with field recording sound effects. Composed, arranged, performed, recorded by, Yairi Acoustical Guitar, Effects, 3 Sequential Circuits Pro-One Synthesizers, Crumar organ, J. D. Emmanuel. Recorded at Emmanuel's studio in Houston. Tropical birds were recorded at Houston Zoo Tropical Bird Aviary. “Rain and surf, gifts from Mother Nature. This music can be used for deep relaxation, meditation and as background for massage and counseling.” 22:00 Thom Holmes, thunder record skip from a Mystic Moods Orchestra album. 0:55 Hans-Joachim Roedelius, “Regenmacher” from Durch Die Wüste (Through the Desert) (1978 Sky Records). Percussion, Bass, Keyboards, Hans-Joachim Roedelius; Synthesizer (Synthesizermelodie), Möbius; EMS Synthi, Percussion, Konrad Plank. Recorded and mixed with Konrad Plank in his studio in May 1976, small changes made in January 1978 prior to release. A German electronic composer and member of Cluster in this first solo album transitions to a period of acoustic music, but there are synths being used on this track. 6:36 Thom Holmes, rolling, distant thunder, field recording. 0:59 Yavomag, Rubikdice & Chilx, “Tokyo Rain” from The Ronin EP (2022 Yavomag, Rubikdice & Chilx). House music with a rainy vibe. 2:23 Thom Holmes, crack of thunder field recording.0:52 Dean Elliott And His Orchestra, “Rain” from Zounds! What Sounds! (1962 Capitol). A funny relic from the days when mixing sounds effects into music was a fresh idea. Very cleverly edited by Phil Kaye; Producer, John Palladino. 2:49 Thom Holmes, “Rain Drone” an alternate version and test for a track I later released called Requiem for the Rain (2016 not released). In this piece, I started with the sound of rainfall that I recorded and then processed it using the synthesizer component of MetaSynth to transform the raindrops and downpour into drones and harmonic points. All of the sounds in this work are derived from processing the sound of rain. 12:29 Thom Holmes, thunder, field recording. 1:15 Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch, “Rain” from Blade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)(2017 Epic). Cello, Simone Vitucci, Vocals, Tristan Schulze; Guitar, Owen Gurry; exotic instruments, Chas Smith; Musical Assistance, Cynthia Park; Soundtrack Album Produced By, Ashley Culp, Kayla Morrison, Michael Hodges; Synth Programming, Hans Zimmer; Sampling Team, Raul Vega; Digital Instruments Design, Mark Wherry; Synth Design, Howard Scarr; Vocals, Avi Kaplan. 2:26 Opening and closing messages voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. See my blog for the Bob Moog Foundation. For additional notes, please see my blog, Noise and Notations.

Weekly Motivation
YOU CAN MAKE IT

Weekly Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 4:11


This episode is spoken by TD Jakes, Les Brown, Eric Thomas. You can see more of TD Jakes at instagram.com/bishopjakes, Les Brown at instagram.com/thelesbrown, Eric Thomas at instagram.com/etthehiphoppreacher. The music is No Time To Die (Edit) by Hans Zimmer and Billie Eilish. You can see more of Hans Zimmer and Billie Eilish at instagram.com/hanszimmer and Billie Eilish at instagram.com/billieeilish.

Nerd It Through The Grapevine
121 - A Grape Soundtrack to Your Day

Nerd It Through The Grapevine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 70:51


This week, we discuss the music behind our favorite media! Sometimes, the score of a film can be a character in itself. Let us be the soundtrack to your drive around town as the Grapes whisper sweetly into your skull!--------------------------------------------------We have merch now?! Come get some!https://redbubble.com/shop/?query=nerd%20grapevine&ref=search_boxhttps://best-friends-tiny-inc.creator-spring.com/We play games on YouTube now! Check out Grape Flavored Gaming on our channel at:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRaJm1AyH0NnQR2J1GcSdtgCome join the Backyard Bonanza in our Discord:https://discord.gg/QND8pNasHA--------------------------------------------------Theme Music:Jeremy Blake - Powerup!Technical Difficulty Music:Kevin Macleod - Local ForecastNerd stuff and farts this episode:soundtrack, movie score, theme song, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, John Williams, Hans ZimmerSupport the showAnd remember, when life gives you grapes...

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast
Episode 177 - ”Brand X” (S7E18)

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 63:34


People love their cars, People love their dogs People hate themselves, That's the magic of the marketplace   In this Episode, Luke & Checks discuss the 18th episode of the 7th series of The X-Files, "Brand X" We host an X-files Episode, Mulder suffers catastrophic lung damage and we learn bugs need acting lessons. If you have any thoughts about "Brand X" or any other episodes of this series, please drop us a message! If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch! Email: mostunwantedpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: fb.me/mostunwantedpodcast Twitter: Twitter.com/mostunwantedpod Instagram: instagram.com/mostunwantedpodcast The theme song is "Mulder and Scully" by Katie Pham and the Moonbathers recorded at Blancmange lounge 2016. You can find more from Katie Pham and the Moonbathers on Facebook (facebook.com/katiephammusic) and Bandcamp (blancmangelounge.bandcamp.com) All episodes are recorded, produced, and edited by Daniel Checkley and Luke Costin. Production Notes Jingle written and performed by Tasha Cassidy   Additional songs: The Critic Theme by Hans Zimmer

Star Wars Music Minute
ESB 2: Wampa Vision (Minutes 6-10 with Christina Ward)

Star Wars Music Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 91:51


This episode is about minutes 6-10 of The Empire Strikes Back with composer-artist Christina Ward. The YouTube version of this episode is here: https://youtu.be/xHuhO51iYuc  TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 - Hello there! 02:15 - Listening to the beginning of these minutes. 08:17 - Assessing the feelings behind Han and Leia's dialogue. 12:28 - Slow, awkward waltz. 16:41 - Threepio slander. 24:32 - Irvin Kershner wanted the ESB score to be spare. 29:44 - Talking through a part of the score. 36:47 - Reverse-engineering the Wampa based on how the Wampa sounds. 41:07 - Swarming, swirling strings rise up. Reminiscent of the Moldau (by Smetana). 49:27 - Getting the notes exactly right vs. "this is an effect." 55:55 - Conductors as Jedi Masters. 1:02:17 - Esa Pekka Salonen and kung fu masters. 1:10:53 - Tauntaun sounds. 1:13:53 - Quickie topic: Dynamics. 1:23:40 - SWMM Questionnaire. Things Mentioned: Smetana - The Moldau - https://youtube.com/watch?v=BhAwqPBPIEM&t=110 The Soundtrack Show: The Empire Strikes Back: the Music Part I: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/105-the-soundtrack-show-29021108/episode/the-empire-strikes-back-the-music-30719133/  Complete Catalogue of the Musical Themes of Star Wars (by Frank Lehman): https://franklehman.com/starwars/. Check out Dominic Sewell Music 's YouTube channel for a more in-depth cue analysis of the following cues: 1m3/2m1 "Luke's Escape" - https://youtu.be/xKysHgjNtmk 1m2B "The Imperial Probe" Part 2 - https://youtu.be/29teKKgKNm8 Musical Themes: 4. Leia 11a. Han & Leia (A Section) 13. Droids 3. Force 1a. Main Theme (A Section) Where are we in the soundtrack(s)?: "Main Title/The Ice Planet Hoth" "The Wampa's Lair/Vision of Obi-Wan/Snowspeeders Take Flight" Cue Numbers and Names: 1M2B "The Imperial Probe - Part 2" aka "New Start" 1M3/2M1 "Luke's Escape" --------------- STAR WARS MUSIC MINUTE QUESTIONNAIRE: 1. In exactly 3 words, what does Star Wars sound like? Old answer: Heartfelt. Direct. Dramatic. New answer: Droids. Hopeful. Dramatic. 2. What's something related to Star Wars music or sound that you want to learn more about? Old answer: What are the thematic relationships that tie the dark side with Imperialism, musically speaking? Similarly, what musical relationships tie the light side with rebellion and goodness? New answer: What the aural representation of Chiss brainwaves, particularly Sky-walkers, would be. 3. What's a score or soundtrack you're fond of besides anything Star Wars? Old answer: Dune (music composed by Hans Zimmer, sound team led by Mark Mangini and Theo Green) New answer: Ms. Marvel (composed by Laura Karpman) and Moon Knight (composed by Hesham Nazih) --------------- Guest: Christina Ward Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/xtverse.studio/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChristinaWard00  Solo 15: Do You Like It? (Minutes 71-75 with Christina Ward) - https://youtu.be/YkMiwQzrteY Christina joined The Band Batch for music commentary on ANDOR season 1: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE4n8ygyS0MIkTsWhhs7gBmLFiQtjzAjT  ------------------ If you want to support the show and join the Discord server, consider becoming a patron!  https://patreon.com/chrysanthetan Leave a voice message, and I might play it on the show...   https://starwarsmusicminute.com/comlink Where else to find SWMM: Twitter: https://twitter.com/StarWarsMusMin Spotify: https://smarturl.it/swmm-spotify Apple Podcasts: https://smarturl.it/swmm-apple YouTube: https://youtube.com/starwarsmusicminute TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@starwarsmusicminute? Instagram: https://instagram.com/starwarsmusicminute Email: podcast@starwarsmusicminute.com Buy Me A Coffee: https://buymeacoffee.com/starwarsmusmin

Transmitter
TP's Music Talk Episode #20 The Voice Of Cinema (Part 2) (feat. John Cassler)

Transmitter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 103:06


In Part 1, our frequent show guest, John Cassler, gave us a crash course on the history of cinema and film score music, as well as going over some common music terms associated with composers and film scores. For Part 2, we will be talking about and highlighting three of the six most influential film score composers (in our opinion) of all time. We will talk about the master of leitmotifs, John Williams, the experimental and profound style of, Hans Zimmer, and the epic and episodic musical storytelling that is created by, Howard Shore. All of these composers are masters of their craft and are responsible for some of the most iconic and inspiring moments in music and cinema in the past century. We will be learning about their lives and talking about some of the fantastic films that they have been a part of creating music for.  We will also be talking about the difference between film score music, and soundtrack music, since we failed to explain that in Part 1.. (Sorry).. And just in case you were worried, we will also be making a lot of bad jokes and getting off on random absurd tangents again, just like always. :) John Cassler, (Who you may know from our 11th episode on the history of music videos..) is a fantastic and knowledgeable photographer/videographer. He came fully prepared and educated on the history of cinema and the big film score composers that we will be talking about throughout these episode segments. We were honored to have him back on our show, and are extremely grateful for him giving us so much of his time. Happy belated birthday John and thank you for being so patient with us while we were working to get this episode released. Show Notes- Jaws Theme (Start at Beginning): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BePfzCOMRZQ Jurassic Park Opening (Start at Beginning): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0M-OTunDio Mufasa's Death (Start at 2:22): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIokhDimcm0&t=196s Interstellar Not Possible, but Necessary(Start at Beginning): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcDffQQX8E4 Forming of Fellowship LOTR (Start at 2:31): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8lvwu3V6dg Want to leave us a voice message and tell us how we're doing? Follow this link! https://anchor.fm/tpmusictalkpodcast/message If you would like to support us and help us keep the lights on, just go to https://anchor.fm/tpmusictalkpodcast/support We are excited to announce that we are officially sponsored by "I Engrave Stuff" and we have a water bottle and a wireless charger that can be purchased on their website! "iengravestuff.com". Also, as a special treat and big thank you to our listeners.. Right now if you type in the word "TP10" in all caps in the promo code box when purchasing an item on I Engrave Stuff's website, you can get 10% off anything in the online store. We hope you enjoy this episode. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Patreon, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, Spotify, Tumblr, Tik Tok, Reddit or Apple Music, by searching for: “TP's Music Talk Podcast" (tpmusictalkpodcast), @tpmusictalkpod (Twitter). You can E-Mail us at “tpmusictalkpodcast@gmail.com”.. And you can of course find us at our website “tpmusictalkpod.wordpress.com”. We will have another episode out for you all to listen too very soon, and we really sincerely appreciate any support you show us on any of our platforms. We hope you enjoy our content, and we love any and all feedback! Thanks for listening today. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tpmusictalkpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tpmusictalkpodcast/support

Spoiler Tracks
Bandas sonoras nominadas a los Premios Grammy 2023

Spoiler Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 24:29


Rana Fonk les trae un breve repaso por las 5 bandas sonoras nominadas a los premios Grammy 2023. The Batman, Encanto, No Time To Die, The Power Of The Dog y Succession.

Abandoned Albums
Episode 310 - Matt Mahaffey of sElf - Breakfast with Girls

Abandoned Albums

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:38


Geoff Calhoun joins Keith as they talk with Matt Mahaffey, the frontman and visionary behind the band sElf... and so much more. Oh, trust us, you know Matt's work.  Matt Mahaffey grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee, and started writing songs and playing the drums at age 4. He would often perform with his brother, Mike Mahaffey when they were growing up.  By age eleven, he played drums at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge. In the mid-nineties, he moved to Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and attended MTSU. He lived and worked for ten years in Murfreesboro, where he co-founded Spongebath Records and formed the band sElf in 1994.  In the early 2000s, Mahaffey relocated to Los Angeles.  Matt has performed with and produced artists like Pink, Beck, Liz Phair, Tenacious D, Snoop Dogg, Beyoncé, Keith Urban, and on and on and on. He has also worked with various filmmakers, including Ivan Reitman, Michael Mann, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Andrew Adamson, & Hans Zimmer (for film score).  He's also written jingles and composed music for Pedigree, Jumbone, Medicare, and Lexus. His music has been featured on numerous shows, including CSI: Miami, DanceLife, Entourage, MTV, E! Entertainment, Dirty Sexy Money, Weeds, and 60 Minutes. You get the idea.  He's done a lot. LINKS Matt Mahaffey Matt's TED Talk John Mullaney on Murfreesboro The Dead Deads The Gherms They Might Be Giants Kane Churko Shrek Blackfish Band Bizzare States Podcast Letterkenny  

Flavortone
Episode 44: The Roast of Hans Zimmer

Flavortone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 87:57


Alec and Nick continue their occasional roast series with a roast of German film score composer Hans Zimmer. The conversation surveys and critiques his work across the new wave and new age soundtrack exotica of the 80s and 90s (Rain Man, Gladiator, The Lion King), to the cinematic revelry of his Christopher Nolan-directed epochs (Inception, Dunkirk, Batman) to recent scores such as Boss Baby. The roast also probes his methods of budget-savvy musical fabrication, his management of authenticity and appropriation, and the current ubiquity of his overall sound. The episode then makes broad comparisons between Zimmer, globalist/neoliberal ideology, and the dark humanism of James Ferraro's work—as well as Zimmer's over-moisturized Tommy Bahama-like sensuality and uncanny resemblance to “Beans” from Evans Stevens. 

Weekly Motivation
I WON'T BE DEFEATED

Weekly Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:17


This episode is spoken by Eric Thomas, Les Brown, Nick Vujicic. You can see more of Eric Thomas at instagram.com/etthehiphoppreacher, Les Brown at instagram.com/thelesbrown, Nick Vujicic at instagram.com/nickvujicic. The music is Interstellar Soundtrack by Hans Zimmer. You can see more of Hans Zimmer at instagram.com/hanszimmer.

Canvi de Pla
4x07 - John Williams vs. Hans Zimmer

Canvi de Pla

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 47:33


Deixem de banda les imatges i ens centrem en un element imprescindible perquè algunes pel·lícules ens quedin gravades a la memòria: la música. Avui, a Canvi de Pla, ens endinsarem al món de les bandes sonores, concretament parlarem de les dues persones que més han marcat el cinema modern com són John Williams i Hans Zimmer. Tot això ho farem amb els habituals, i també acompanyats d'un convidat molt especial, en Jan Romaní, del pòdcast de música La Guàrdia, i del blog de cinema i series el Seguidor de Sèries.

Good.Old.Days
#70 - ELON MUSK: 2,5k IM DISPO

Good.Old.Days

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 60:17


Good Old Days - der beste Nostalgie Podcast der Welt! Das ist A „richtig“ und B „falsch“. In dieser Folge geht es um Pfandflaschen Sammler auf der Main Stage, ein sportliches Set auf dem Stepper und natürlich die gute alte Zeit der Musikgeschichte mit MGMT uns Hans Zimmer. Schmecken lassen!Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast
Episode 175 - ”Chimera” (S7E16)

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 69:52


Nightingales and nursery crimes, Twins that spark the charts It takes some trust to find a trust apart.   In this Episode, Luke & Checks discuss the 16th episode of the 7th series of The X-Files, "Chimera" We talk World Cup reluctance, some potential problematic messages and how did Ellen get those claws? If you have any thoughts about "Chimera" or any other episodes of this series, please drop us a message! If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch! Email: mostunwantedpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: fb.me/mostunwantedpodcast Twitter: Twitter.com/mostunwantedpod Instagram: instagram.com/mostunwantedpodcast The theme song is "Mulder and Scully" by Katie Pham and the Moonbathers recorded at Blancmange lounge 2016. You can find more from Katie Pham and the Moonbathers on Facebook (facebook.com/katiephammusic) and Bandcamp (blancmangelounge.bandcamp.com) All episodes are recorded, produced, and edited by Daniel Checkley and Luke Costin. Production Notes Jingle written and performed by Tasha Cassidy   Additional songs: The Critic Theme by Hans Zimmer

Film.Music.Media: Podcast
Adam Lukas & James Everingham | Co-Composers: Frozen Planet II

Film.Music.Media: Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 42:49


Composers Adam Lukas and James Everingham take us into their score for the awe-inspiring Frozen Planet II, which they co-composed with Hans Zimmer for Bleeding Fingers Music. Learn about Adam and James, and how they found their path to composing. Adam and Lukas also discuss what the process is working at Bleeding Fingers Music, and how the duo became a perfect match when paired to co-write the score for Frozen Planet II. We break down the production pipeline process for scoring an iconic BBC Earth docuseries, and how Adam and James worked with Hans Zimmer as well as featured vocalist AURORA on the score. Adam and James also talk about helping to create the custom "Fractured Strings" library with Hans Zimmer and Spitfire Audio that was utilized in scoring Frozen Planet II. A Film.Music.Media Interview | Produced & Presented by Kaya Savas

Progressions: Success in the Music Industry
Composing for the Budget, Film Score Session Singing, and a Musical Marriage | with Christopher and Elyse Willis

Progressions: Success in the Music Industry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 97:00


Today we're joined by Emmy nominated film and TV composer Christopher Willis and vocal contractor and session singer Elyse Willis. Chris is best known for his work on HBO's hit comedy Veep, as well as his score for Armando Iannucci's film “The Death of Stalin.” One of his most recent projects is “Schmigdoon!” which just started streaming on Apple TV+. Elyse has sung on dozen's of projects as a session singer including Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, The Lost City, Lightyear, and Spider-Man: No Way Home. She's also a vocal contractor for several television shows, and is in her fourteenth season singing with the prestigious Los Angeles Master Chorale. We have a great chat about how to get repeat gigs as a composer or singer, composing budgets, union recording sessions, and the importance of knowing when to move on in your career.In this episode we'll dig in on...How to get repeat gigs as a vocalistThe overworking and micromanaging mentality of the music industryBreaking into composition and film scoring in 2023MusicologyConquering the blank pageLearning to write for the budgetThe importance of being dependableWorking at Hans Zimmer's Remote Control facilitySinging in the LA Master ChoraleWorking on projects for streaming services like Netflix and Disney+Growing up obsessed with Classical musicThe rules of union recording sessionsPackage & All-In DealsSight readingComposing music for a Disney Parks rideComposition opportunities for video gamesMentioned in the Episode:AFM (Musician's Union)SAG/AFTRA (Singer's Union)Steven Pressfield - "The War of Art"Sun Tzu - "The Art of War"Travis' Intro: Give Your Self PermissionLearn More About Christopher & Elyse...Chris' Website: www.christopherwilliscomposer.comElyse's Website: www.elysewillis.comChris' Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrchriswillisElyse's Twitter: https://twitter.com/elysemwillisOur Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Progressions Links:Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook:

The Reasons I'm Broke
#533 - Zaslav Has Chosen His Feige

The Reasons I'm Broke

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 105:43


In Ep. 533, Scott, Sam and I cover James Gunn's position at DC Studios, Henry Cavill leaving The Witcher, the Sonic Prime teaser trailer, and more! FOLLOW/SUPPORT SCOTT & SAM: @pandanime (Scott's Twitter) @LazyGamingGuys (LGG Twitter) LazyGamingGuys' Channel (YouTube) Ronin Council (SoundCloud) @samuelboylston (Sam's Instagram) As always, we appreciate your constructive Feedback, Suggestions, and Questions. You can also leave us an audio question on SpeakPipe. Thank you for the continued love and support! Enjoy the show. Daniel and Kelli Podcast Awards 2019 || Games & Hobbies (Winner) Podcast Awards 2017 - 2018, 2020 - 2022 || Games & Hobbies (Nominated) Official Site SUBSCRIBE:Apple Podcasts / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Stitcher / iHeartRadio / TuneIn / Overcast FOLLOW US: - Twitter | @ReasonsImBroke, @PalpaKelli, and @TRIBPod - Instagram- Pinterest- Tumblr - Discord Lounge - YouTube Channel SUPPORT THE POD: Getting $1's worth of entertainment and information each month? Support us on Patreon or visit our TeePublic storefront! SPREAD THE WORD: If you're enjoying the show, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rating and a review! Each one helps new Brokettes discover the podcast. Donate to Hero Initiative to help comic creators in need. CREDITS: Opening/Closing Jingles - Alex Scott Show Logo By - Opanaldiova

Tenishia
Chasing Sunsets - Sciutu Tower

Tenishia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 107:30


Watch the full stream here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTMHg8g3EL8&t=46s 1. Stereo Underground - The Unbearable Lightness Of Being 2. Hans Zimmer vs Rui di Silva - Touch Me Time (Tenishia Mash Up) 3. Gardednstate - 1995 (Simon Doty's Housed Up Extended Mix) 4. Maceo Plex, Chromatics - Shadow (Maceo Plex Remix) 5. Stan Kolev & Aaron Suiss - Fable 6. Roger Shah & Sian Evans - Hide U (AVIRA Remix) 7. Audio Junkies - Acid FM 8. Stan Kolev - Mad As Hell 9. Jan Blomqvist - Back In The Taxi (AMÉMÉ Remix) 10. Magitman vs Motorcycle - As the Rush Comes - Gravity Wells (Tenishia Mash Up) 11. Undercatt - Brittania 12. Jerome Isma-Ae - Baharat 13. Stylo, Space Motion - Player 14. Dmitry Molosh - Proportion 15. Reflekt, Cristoph feat. Delline Bass - Need To Feel Loved (Cristoph Remix) 16. Anyma - Running feat. Meg Myers 17. Mike Koglin - Sphere 18. Mat Zo - Next Chapter 19. Delerium - Silence (Tiesto Remix) 20. Faithless vs David Guetta - God is A DJ 21. Tinlicker x Robert Miles - Children

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
Fighting Homelessness on a State Level

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 31:44


Chris Sullivan's Chokepoint -- 42,000 WA drivers pulled over this year for expired tabs // Heather Bosch on how the Kraken landed a Hans Zimmer composition // Hanna Scott on fighting homelessness on a state level // Dose of Kindness -- fighting for public acknowledgement of a past tragedy // Gee Scott is ready for the holidays // Leonard Steinhorn on political violenceSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Superman Homepage - Speeding Bulletin
Henry Cavill Discusses Upcoming Superman Film - Speeding Bulletin #949

Superman Homepage - Speeding Bulletin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 9:17


Our top news stories: Henry Cavill talks about the upcoming Superman movie, "Superman & Lois" wins an award at the Saturn Awards, and the DC's "Superman #1" Digital Collectible Comic sold out faster than a speeding bullet. Superman news for the period October 26 to November 1, 2022. Brought to you by SupermanHomepage.com. Hosted by Steve Younis. Visit our website: https://www.SupermanHomepage.com/ Visit our online store: https://www.SupermanHomepage.com/shop

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast
Episode 174 - ”En Ami” (S7E14)

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 76:39


The insurgency will rise, When the blood's been sacrificed Don't be blinded by the lies in your eyes.   In this Episode, Luke & Checks discuss the 15th episode of the 7th series of The X-Files, "En Ami" Check recounts his travels, CSM gets real creepy and we lament the loss of a water skiing William B Davis. If you have any thoughts about "En Ami" or any other episodes of this series, please drop us a message! If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch! Email: mostunwantedpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: fb.me/mostunwantedpodcast Twitter: Twitter.com/mostunwantedpod Instagram: instagram.com/mostunwantedpodcast The theme song is "Mulder and Scully" by Katie Pham and the Moonbathers recorded at Blancmange lounge 2016. You can find more from Katie Pham and the Moonbathers on Facebook (facebook.com/katiephammusic) and Bandcamp (blancmangelounge.bandcamp.com) All episodes are recorded, produced, and edited by Daniel Checkley and Luke Costin. Production Notes Jingle written and performed by Tasha Cassidy   Additional songs: The Critic Theme by Hans Zimmer

Weekly Motivation
IT'S NOT OVER UNTIL YOU WIN

Weekly Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 4:22


This episode is spoken by Chris Hemsworth, Matt Damon, Steve Harvey, Les Brown. You can see more of Chris Hemsworth at instagram.com/chrishemsworth, Matt Damon at imdb.com/name/nm0000354, Steve Harvey at instagram.com/iamsteveharveytv, Les Brown at instagram.com/thelesbrown. The music is Interstellar by Hans Zimmer. You can see more of Hans Zimmer at instagram.com/hanszimmer.

Misterios en Viernes
Misterios en Viernes 400 La mejor música de misterio

Misterios en Viernes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 59:35


Nuestro programa hermano "Música en Viernes" se apodera de la emisión y escuchamos partituras y composiciones de Hans Zimmer, Akira Yamaoka, Nacho Canut, Gustavo Santaolalla o Mark Snow. Temas musicales extraidos de discos, bandas sonoras o videojuegos. ¡Y sin olvidar los temas que nos pedis!

Comics and Chronic
Ep. 97 - Werewolf by Night

Comics and Chronic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 37:11


On the newest (and spookiest) episode of Comics and Chronic the guys discuss the Marvel Special Presentation Werewolf By Night from director Michael Giacchino. But first what kind of pimp shit has Jake been up to? Why do Cody and Jake refuse to move back to NY? Will Cody take over comedy in LA once an earthquake hits and floods everything? Do we prefer vampires or werewolves? Is An American Werwolf in Paris better than An American Werewolf in London? Would we fuck the alien from Species? What's the deal with the Bloodstone? Is this special a breath of fresh air for Marvel or the same formulaic bullshit? Did we like the use of black and white and practical effects? Did we think this special was scary? What is the director's resume? How does his composing compare to the combo of Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL? What's Cody's beef with the show? What do we think of the new characters Jack Russell, Elsa Bloodstone, and Man Thing? Should Werewolf by Night fight more like a werewolf? Should Marvel women fight differently? Could Elsa Bloodstone take Black Widow in a fight? Were the deaths cool? Why is David Bowie hunting monsters? Was the main villain stepmom the weakest part of the special? What did Anthony think of the movie Licorice Pizza? Other than Rocket Raccoon what other comic book roles would Bradley Cooper be good for? Could he be Lex Luthor or Green Lantern Hal Jordan in the DC universe? Could he play someone on the X-Men? Could anyone play Mr. Fantastic in a movie? Should Kevin Feige cast Cody as Mr. Fantastic Reed Richards in the new Fantastic Four MCU movie? Is Werewolf By Night stronger because of its runtime? Is this one hour of television better than most of Phase 4? Is this the TV equivalent of a comic book one-shot? Was it better than She Hulk? Has we ever read any Werewolf by Night comics? Were we expecting this special to link to Blade or Black Knight? Should Moon Knight have been a special presentation? Do we want to see more of these characters in future MCU projects? Has Phase 4 been lackluster? What projects from Marvel Phase 4 would we keep? Would Jake do better as Oscar Isaac as Moon Knight? Why is Michael Imperioli so depressed in all his pictures? How does this compare to the 2021 Mortal Kombat movie? Who is the true villain of MCU phase 4? Is toxic motherhood destroying the whole MCU? What's going on with the Blade movie and why was it delayed? Was Thor: Love and Thunder the worst thing about Phase 4 and the MCU in general? Are we done with Thor movies? Should Thor and Loki have their own show together? Should Taika Waititi be banned from making another Marvel movie? What was spookier - Werewolf by Night or Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? What are our Halloween plans? What costumes have we worn in the past? Is Mephisto still lurking behind the scenes? Check out our website: https://www.comicsandchronic.com/ New episodes every THURSDAY Follow us on social media! Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @comicsnchronic YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC45vP6pBHZk9rZi_2X3VkzQ E-mail: comicsnchronicpodcast@gmail.com Cody Twitter: @Cody_Cannon Instagram: @walaka_cannon TikTok: @codywalakacannon Jake Instagram: @jakefhaha Anthony Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @mrtonynacho YouTube: youtube.com/nachocomedy

Face Off Hockey Show
Face Off Hockey Show 10.26.22: Kessel's Feat, Relegation Ain't Happening--But a Fun Topic, and Overreactions

Face Off Hockey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 130:20


This week, the boys talk about the idea of relegation-- as far-fetched as they are-- and what could be come of the whole structure of hockey. We'll also talk about Phil Kessel's feat of Iron Man, throwing things on the ice, Hans Zimmer, while Lyle Richardson of Spector's Hockey joins us to talk overreactions in the first few weeks of the year. 

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast
Episode 173 - ”Theef” (S7E14)

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 55:50


Can you see the joker flying over, As she's standing in the field of clover? Watching out everyday, I wonder what would happen if he took her away In this Episode, Luke & Checks discuss the 14th episode of the 7th series of The X-Files, "Theef" We look to sell out, We get the most graphic death so far and ... Checks are you feeling OK? If you have any thoughts about "Theef" or any other episodes of this series, please drop us a message! If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch! Email: mostunwantedpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: fb.me/mostunwantedpodcast Twitter: Twitter.com/mostunwantedpod Instagram: instagram.com/mostunwantedpodcast The theme song is "Mulder and Scully" by Katie Pham and the Moonbathers recorded at Blancmange lounge 2016. You can find more from Katie Pham and the Moonbathers on Facebook (facebook.com/katiephammusic) and Bandcamp (blancmangelounge.bandcamp.com) All episodes are recorded, produced, and edited by Daniel Checkley and Luke Costin. Production Notes Jingle written and performed by Tasha Cassidy   Additional songs: The Critic Theme by Hans Zimmer

Rock, Spock and Two Smoking Microphones
S3-Ep04: Scores & Soundtracks (Pt. 1: Michael Giacchino, Spider-Man, Hans Zimmer & More)

Rock, Spock and Two Smoking Microphones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 37:50


Here it is, part 1 of our massive talk about film/tv/video game scores and soundtracks. Buckle up because we're going to be on this topic for the next SIX WEEKS!!If you liked the episode, and if you like our podcast, then you could subscribe and follow on your preferred streaming service, and maybe think about leaving a review or a rating.If you want to keep up to date on things regards us and the podcast then head over to the socials. @TwoSmokingMics on Twitter, or @TwoSmokingMicrophones on Instagram, and you can search for Two Smoking Microphones on Facebook. Or just head to our Linktree!You can also follow the hosts on Twitter @ConnorJordan_96 & @HarryYoungEdits.

Two Man Forecheck
Episode 0292: Staal Returns; Joe Pa Hatty; PWHPA vs PHF; Add One; B's Rundown; Twitter Poll Results; Kraken Soundtrack and More!

Two Man Forecheck

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 97:57


Two weeks in and things are still a bit topsy turvy standings-wise, but we continue on.  Eric Staal has returned to the NHL and Joe Pavelski nets a hat trick.  The PWHPA has been downsized to four teams versus the PHF's seven.  Maybe now is the time to start considering a merger.  The Boston Pride will do something almost unheard of in today's hockey...play two games in 24 hours.  We bring back an old segment...Add One!  Chris runs down some stats for the Bruins, keeping in mind that they are only 6 games into the season.  Connor Clifton is a bit of a focus here as he is playing top minutes this season.  We divulge the results of last week's Twitter Poll and it was literally meh.  We unleash a new Twitter Poll (link below) and finish up with the Kraken getting a soundtrack written by Hans Zimmer.  A great show to be sure, so listen, comment and Enjoy the Show! https://twitter.com/pucksage/status/1584219891279634432      

Sound of Cinema
Lorne Balfe

Sound of Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 31:18


Matthew Sweet in conversation with Lorne Balfe, the prolific, Grammy-winning composer of films ranging from Mission Impossible: Fallout to Churchill. Lorne talks about working with Hans Zimmer, how dyslexia shaped him as a composer, and the day Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson turned up at a recording session.

ThyGap Podcast
DUNE and the Messiah Complex ft. McNullity | #100

ThyGap Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 98:29


“I must not fear.Fear is the mind-killer.Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.I will face my fear.I will permit it to pass over me and through me.And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”  It is the 100th episode special of the ThyGap podcast! Big thanks to everyone who has tuned in, to those who will in future, and to those who share! McNullity joins us this episode as we talk all things Dune, our appreciation of the fine work done by Denis, Zimmer and team. The Dune universe is full of rich characters; a world of immense scope and scale, and it's not easy condensing all that down to a movie script. We provide some additional context behind the characters and plot points that illustrate just why this movie was a masterpiece. Link to the playlist mentioned: bit.ly/Qu19NDu9ENot just the movie though, we also go into what the Dune books by Frank Herbert were trying to point at - humanity in the grips of the messiah complex. Just why do we clamor for saviors, prophets and 'chosen ones'? Why we like to thrust people on to pedestals and escape accountability? What's so wrong about wanting a hero to look up to? Is there a way out at all? Let us know: Instagram: @_ThyGap Twitter: @ThyGap Vero: @ThyGapEmail: mindthygap@gmail.com 

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast
Episode 172 - ”First Person Shooter” (S7E13)

Most Unwanted: An X-Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 75:51


It's better than I ever even knew, They say that the world was built for two Only worth living if somebody is loving you and, baby, now you do. In this Episode, Luke & Checks discuss the 13th episode of the 7th series of The X-Files, "First Person Shooter" We discuss how we are just big kids at heart, Mulder getting his Ya-Yas off and we have our biggest score discrepancy to date! If you have any thoughts about "First Person Shooter" or any other episodes of this series, please drop us a message! If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch! Email: mostunwantedpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: fb.me/mostunwantedpodcast Twitter: Twitter.com/mostunwantedpod Instagram: instagram.com/mostunwantedpodcast The theme song is "Mulder and Scully" by Katie Pham and the Moonbathers recorded at Blancmange lounge 2016. You can find more from Katie Pham and the Moonbathers on Facebook (facebook.com/katiephammusic) and Bandcamp (blancmangelounge.bandcamp.com) All episodes are recorded, produced, and edited by Daniel Checkley and Luke Costin. Production Notes Jingle written and performed by Tasha Cassidy   Additional songs: The Critic Theme by Hans Zimmer

Future Funk Squad presents Breakbeat Science
BREAKBEAT SCIENCE Podcast [Season 1 Episode 3]

Future Funk Squad presents Breakbeat Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 60:00


What do Hans Zimmer, Hybrid, Rufus Du Sol, Quivver & SURVIVE all have in common? Er, dur! they are all on this Episode of Breakbeat Science silly!!! Plus some slammers from Sketi, Peter Paul, DJ30A, Paul Bassrock and myself!

Headliner Radio
The Mix Room E48: Ash Soan

Headliner Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 45:12


British drummer Ash Soan reflects on being back on tour with Tori Amos and Joss Stone and teases new projects with Hans Zimmer and Sam Smith. In his studio nestled within an 18th century windmill in the Norfolk countryside, he relies on Genelec monitors to record live drums for artists including Celine Dion, Adele, and Cher.

Marcianos en un Tren
MAR 326. ¿Es FROM la nueva LOST?🔔🌆

Marcianos en un Tren

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 108:40


Abordamos una de las sorpresas de la temporada y nos liamos a lanzar triples como si no hubiera un mañana. ¿Acertaremos con nuestras teorías locas? Solo el tiempo (y quizá el espacio) lo dirán. Participan: Sergio "Opako" Valencia, Xevi Panda y Jose "Nok" Contreras Edita: Jose "Nok" Contreras Con música de The Pixies, Hans Zimmer, John Legend y Iron Maiden. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

The Empire Film Podcast
Hans Zimmer Interview Special

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 32:24


Who doesn't love a bit of Hans Zimmer blasting through their speakers/earbuds/headphones [delete as applicable]? The legendary Oscar-winning composer has been soundtracking our cinematic lives for decades now, and recently has started taking the show on the road with an incredible live tour and, as of March next year, a live album called Hans Zimmer Live. (See hanszimmerlive.com for more details) So, when the great man popped into London last week and let it be known he was up for speaking to the Empire Podcast, there was only one person in the Zimmer frame: super-fan Amon Warmann, who popped along to talk to the composer about his live shows, creating the best setlist imaginable, and synths. Lots of synths. As Hans himself might say, 'bloody 'ell!' (That'll make sense in about half an hour, trust us.) Enjoy!

Headliner Radio
Emerging Headliner E13: Lara Somogyi

Headliner Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 31:41


LA-based harpist and electronic artist Lara Somogyi speaks to Headliner about the making of her hypnotic debut album, as well as her love of splicing genres, chance encounters with Brian Eno, and working with the likes of Hans Zimmer.

Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware

Today's very special episode features one of the UK's most influential music producers - Steve Lipson. His credits are endless, but he is probably best known for his work as Trevor Horn's right-hand man during the 80's, including the magnificent Slave To The Rhythm. He has won Grammy's, Brits and many awards, and it's impossible to do justice to his work in this brief description. Suffice to say he is now a go-to producer for Hans Zimmer's work, and is now taking on the film world… Ladies and Gentlemen, just listen and prepare to be amazed by the incredible talents of Steve Lipson... If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/electronicallyours

Why Do We Own This DVD?
200. The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

Why Do We Own This DVD?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 112:13


Diane and Sean discuss the conclusion of Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises. Episode music is "Gotham's Reckoning", by Hans Zimmer, from the OST.-  Our theme song is by Brushy One String-  Artwork by Marlaine LePage-  Why Do We Own This DVD?  Merch available at Teepublic-  Follow the show on social media:-  IG: @whydoweownthisdvd-  Twitter: @whydoweownthis1-  Follow Sean's Plants on IG: @lookitmahplantsSupport the show

Gentlemen Prefer Bonds
The Rock and Our Favorite Nicolas Cage Movies

Gentlemen Prefer Bonds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 100:27


As Sean Connery's badass imprisoned spy character John Mason says, “Losers are always whining about their best — winners go home and listen to this podcast!” Hell yeah. We're talking 1996's ‘The Rock!' Finally! Fix yourself a martini and join us as we talk Sean Connery's excellent wig game, Nicolas Cage's surprising lack of a wig, Ed Harris' consistent, timeless greatness, Michael Bay and Hans Zimmer really going for it and one of the best supporting casts of any action flick! Then as a bonus segment we all list our five favorite Nicolas Cage movies!

365读书|精选美文
何其芳:我们最伟大的节日

365读书|精选美文

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 12:00


微信公众号:「365读书」(dus365),有不定期赠书福利;微博:365读书v。主播:潮羽&云公子,365天每天更新一期。 文字版已在微信公众号【365读书】发布 。QQ:587586744 背景音乐:1.徐鲤 - 我爱你中国弦乐版;2.徐鲤 - 新中国;3.Nick Glennie-Smith,Hans Zimmer,Harry Gregson-Williams - Hummel Gets the Rockets;4.天使vs恶魔 - 我和我的祖国 - 小提琴演奏版(Cover:李谷一);5.中国国家交响乐团 - 长江之歌 (王世光曲);6.徐鲤 - 我爱你中国现代抒情版。

The Loud Spot with Sebastian
Ep #301 Interview with Mychael Gabriel

The Loud Spot with Sebastian

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 32:33


Mychael Gabiel Interview on The Loud Spot! A Minneapolis-grown singer and songwriter whose bent on exploring the neverending sonic space that is music. A multi-dimensional artist in more ways than one, Mychael Gabriel is on a mission to break the barriers of what is and what could be. His unique creativity is in a constant state of evolution and innovation, guaranteeing that each new release spells an experience unlike any other. Just in case you're wondering whether he's got that out of the box creativity, he's brought along his vivid imagination for his single "Ghost In The Midnight," a more intimate look into naked truth for his single “Honesty," a call to action for us all to stand together with "Fury" and "Invictus," and the synth-pop thrill, "Sights and Sounds," embarks on a journey that is part electro-funk, part guitar anthem, part sonic bliss. Mychael Gabriel's background in the musical arena has been a colorful one: Writer, producer, arranger, engineer, mixer, musician - his extensive collaborations in the professional music arena include: Sheila E., Stevie Wonder, Ringo Starr, Hans Zimmer, Usher, John Legend, Snoop Dogg, Beck, Common, Gary Clark Jr., St. Vincent, Miguel, H.E.R., Juanes, Goapele, Earth Wind and Fire, Gloria Estefan, George Duke, George Clinton, Freddie Stone (of Sly and the Family Stone), Luis Enrique, Tony Succar, Joss Stone, Debi Nova, Israel Houghton, George Benson, Tony! Toni! Toné!, C.O.E.D., Escovedo Family, Avery Sunshine, Ellis Delaney, Kevin Ross, Johnny Gill, Peter Rafelson, Jean-Marie Horvat, Victor Wooten, Damon Castillo, MasterClass, DreamWorks Animation, ABC Network, 2007 and 2012 Latin Grammy Awards, 2016 BET Awards, Super Bowl XXVI, 2020 Grammy Awards, 2020 Grammy Salute to Prince, 2022 Summit of the Americas, 2022 World Games, and so much more...

Defining Disney Podcast
Bonus Episode 17 - Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl

Defining Disney Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 131:52


You best start believing in ghost stories, dear listeners - we're in one! We're tackling fan-favorite Disney franchise Pirates of the Caribbean for our latest bonus episode, so join us as we take our rubric to the first film, Curse of the Black Pearl. Don't miss: The sheer number of quotes the three of us throw into this episode How the fights in this film do so much work for the character development A discussion of the way this film has fed back into other Disney phenomena Our final score, making this easily the best-ranked film of any of our bonus films thus far   Links for you: Our website has our ranking spreadsheet for all the movies we've rated so far Become a Ko-fi member for exclusive content and access to your hosts and our team Follow our guest Bray on Twitter Join our ‘Ohana to be among the first to know about new content we're developing Follow us on Twitter @definingdisney When our transcription is available, we'll link it here Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss a single episode, and if you enjoyed this one, please leave us a rating and review. Thanks for listening and we'll see ya real soon!

Stamper Cinema
True Romance (with Ezekiel Hampton)

Stamper Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 60:41


  Welcome to another episode of Stamper Cinema! In this discussion I am joined by musician & Napa wine guy, Ezekiel Hampton to cover all things True Romance (1993).  We get into our favorite scenes from the Quentin Tarantino written, Tony Scott directed crime adventure that literally has everything and everyone! Oh, we also discuss the Hans Zimmer original score - which you may learn is not so original. Enjoy! True Romance links IMDB Rotten Tomatoes + Trailer  Ezekiel Hampton links Linktree Errant Sons Stamper Cinema links Stamper Cinema site Linktree

Dead Beat Film Society
151 - Rain Man (1988)

Dead Beat Film Society

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 86:36


Course it's definitely time for Dead Beats! Join the Dead Beat Film Society as we discuss 80's Tom Cruise, Dustin Hoffman's difficult reputation, autism awareness, Hans Zimmer's first score, best picture winner, the R word, K-Mart sucks, saccharine 80's movies, onscreen representation, selling lambo's on the black market, Kim Peek and the traveling Oscar, the magical autistic stereotype, counting cards, casting people with disabilities, similarities to Coda, character arcs, Barry Levinson, the jewishness, the solid girlfriend character, Qantas Airlines flight record, Tom Cruise's career, method acting, does anyone learn a lesson?, the money raised by this movie, savant syndrome, the airline edit of the film, our pitch for Rain Man 2 and how it could actually be good! Grab 10 fishsticks and hit play for an in depth Rain Man film analysis! (Special Guest: Jews On Film Podcast) Click here to subscribe to Jews On Film podcast!  

Transmitter
TP's Music Talk Episode #20 The Voice Of Cinema (Part 1) (feat. John Cassler)

Transmitter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 67:49


When people who are avid fans talk about their favorite musicians or artists, a lot of times they can tell you everything about them.. Where they were born, what their life was like growing up, what inspired them to start creating music. That's what being a super fan is all about! But when we think of musicians, a lot of times we only think about bands that tour the world and are mainly listened to on Spotify or Apple Music.. We don't often think about film score composers.. Many people know of some of the big film score composers like, John Williams, Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, etc. But have you ever thought about what their lives were like, and what inspired them to create the music they do? If asked, would you be able to tell someone their back story? Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a film score composer? These are some of the questions we're going to attempt to answer on this episode of our show! This episode we are joined by our good friend and returning show guest, John Cassler. John, (Who you may know from our 11th episode on the history of music videos..) is a fantastic and knowledgeable photographer/videographer. He came fully prepared and educated on the history of cinema and the 6 big film score composers. We were honored to have him back on our show, and are extremely grateful for him giving us so much of his time.  On the first segment of episode #20, John will be giving us a crash course on the history of cinema, and film score music, as well as going over some music terms.. And there might just be some unexpected tangents, bad humor, and Jurassic Park references provided by Nik and Ryan in addition as well. ;) Thanks for listening and we hope you enjoy.  Picture of sound on film: https://www.instagram.com/p/CiVcvunJtoL/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Family Guy- John Williams (Making fun of Non-diegetic Music) (Start from Beginning): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60saxSsoMlo Three Amigos- Silent Film Scene (Start at 5:28): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7SKU9-kTxY Charlie Chaplin- The Kid (Comedy Scene of the FIlm) (Start at Beginning): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7-QdoofMq8 Charlie Chaplin- The Kid (Dramatic Side of the Film) (Start at Beginning): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mZ-v1TUwyE (Note: the music in the Charlie Chaplin movies were recorded later using modern recording, but they are playing the musical notes Charlie Chaplin wrote) want to leave us a voice message and tell us how we're doing? Follow this link! https://anchor.fm/tpmusictalkpodcast/message If you would like to support us and help us keep the lights on, just go to https://anchor.fm/tpmusictalkpodcast/support We are excited to announce that we are officially sponsored by "I Engrave Stuff" and we have a water bottle and a wireless charger that can be purchased on their website! "iengravestuff.com". Also, as a special treat and big thank you to our listeners.. Right now if you type in the word "TP10" in all caps in the promo code box when purchasing an item on I Engrave Stuff's website, you can get 10% off anything in the online store. We hope you enjoy this episode. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Patreon, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, Spotify, Tumblr, Tik Tok, Reddit or Apple Music, by searching for: “TP's Music Talk Podcast" (tpmusictalkpodcast), @tpmusictalkpod (Twitter). You can E-Mail us at “tpmusictalkpodcast@gmail.com”.. And you can of course find us at our website “tpmusictalkpod.wordpress.com”. We will have another episode out for you all to listen too very soon, and we really sincerely appreciate any support you show us on any of our platforms. We hope you enjoy our content, and we love any and all feedback! Thanks for listening today. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tpmusictalkpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tpmusictalkpodcast/support

Potterless
Ep. 199 - What's the Best Harry Potter Action Scene? w/ Johnny Frohlichstein

Potterless

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 90:44


Live from the Washington D.C. in March of 2022, it's Potterless! Schubes and Johnny are back and doing another bracket (timely, eh?), this time to determine which HP book action scene reigns supreme! Topics include: license plates, open caskets, cherry blossoms, trampolines, Amber Alerts, 24, Boot Scoot & Boogie, Sia, tentacle brains, Fred Schneider, comeuppance, Hans Zimmer, Seven Nation Army, Scooby Doo, Mission Impossible, Marvel vs. Capcom, cookies, Fireball, Ted LassoThanks to our sponsor, Lumi Labs! For 30% off and free shipping, use code “POTTERLESS” at www.microdose.comThanks for listening to this episode of Potterless! Don't want the journey to stop? Check out the links below and as always, Wizard On!WEBSITE: www.potterlesspodcast.com (LEARN ABOUT THE SHOW!)PATREON: www.patreon.com/potterless (SUPPORT THE SHOW!)TWITTER: www.twitter.com/potterlesspod (TWEET THE SHOW!)INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/potterlesspodcast (PICTURES OF THE SHOW!)FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/potterless (HOME OF THE FANCY PRIVATE GROUP!)MERCH: www.potterlesspodcast.com/merch (REP THE SHOW!)MIKE'S OTHER SHOWS: www.schub.esCreated/Hosted/Produced by Mike Schubert, Edited by Sherry Guo, Music by Bettina Campomanes, Web Design/Art by Kelly Schubert

Weekly Motivation
NEVER GIVE UP

Weekly Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 3:31


This episode is spoken by Les Brown, Greg Plitt, Eric Thomas, Arnold Schwarzenegger. You can see more of Les Brown at instagram.com/thelesbrown, Greg Plitt at instagram.com/gregplitt, Eric Thomas at instagram.com/etthehiphoppreacher, Arnold Schwarzenegger at twitter.com/Schwarzenegger. The music is Arcade by Hans Zimmer. You can see more of Hans Zimmer at instagram.com/hanszimmer.

Recording Studio Rockstars
RSR363 - Freddy Avis aka Arswain - Composing Cinematic Music for Film and Indi Electronica at Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions

Recording Studio Rockstars

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 133:47


My guest today is Freddy Avis aka Arswain a composer, producer, and solo artist in the  indie/electronic band Arswain in Los Angeles, CA. Freddy got his start in composition under acclaimed Emmy-nominated composer James S. Levine (Glee, American Horror Story, Bloodline, Nip Tuck, The Last Ship) at Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions in Santa Monica, CA. Since then Freddy holds music credits on shows including Major Crimes, Why Women Kill, Instinct, Star, & Chambers, as well as placements on Tiger King, Shark Tank, Dateline, & The Dr. Oz Show.  He's contributed synth & percussion work on 8-time Oscar-nominated composer James Newton Howard's score for Walt Disney feature Jungle Cruise, as well as additional music for Steve Jablonsky's score for Why Women Kill. Freddy holds a pair of Bachelor's degrees in Music and Political Science from Stanford University, where he also pitched for the baseball team. In 2012 he was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 25th round of the Major League Baseball Draft. Arswain has some amazing music and video productions that create sounds scapes and surreal worlds in a very cinematic way and today we will talk about how he creates in his studio and composing for film in LA. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://samplyaudio.com Use code RSR20 to get 20% off for the first 3 months https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off http://www.thetoyboxstudio.com http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/35Zu0aii0cGA9J3aQ4bKJ8?si=0ba1c99eb8774a62 If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/363