If you're new to soundtracks or are a seasoned veteran, you are guaranteed to find something of interest in this fantastic group of 20 podcast episodes dedicated to the art of film, TV and video game scoring.
It's Goldsmith-pickin' season, and we've got another fresh, juicy Soundtrack Spotlight for you! Your humble hosts David and Yavar are joined by film music journalist Tim Greiving to discuss Varese Sarabande's new Deluxe Edition of Jerry’s rich,
Yesterday, our friend Ian Crabb was laid to rest in Bournemouth. In honor of him, we want to present you with his favorite episode of In Defence Of, a show he proudly hosted with distinction on our network, from 2015 to 2017. That episode was A
It’s Episode 31, and we’re swooping into the new year with one of the most widely loved family films – as well as the film score buff’s film score – in How To Train Your Dragon. John Powell’s soundtrack has been one of Art of the Score’s most-r
Beginning with this episode (the 40th!) of the podcast, I plan to present a multi-part analysis into a specific cinematic genre, that being the music of science fiction through the years. The 1950's is often considered the initial Golden Age of
On today's new episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK, Erik Woods presents custom trailer music written by the film's composer.
Before we get into the music you will hear a brief history of the movie trailer. For this se
It is our immense pleasure to share our conversation with Audio Engineer/Composer Alan Snelling. [Excerpts of this interview were included in our arc of episodes devoted to the score to STAR WARS - we are delighted to be sharing the full extent
We’re back, with Brad Fiedel’s score for 1991’s box office champion, Terminator 2: Judgment Day! How did the improving technology change Fiedel’s approach between the first movie and its sequel? What’s the unexpected provenance of some of the s
🎬 Action, Adventure, Mummies! Chris and Leslie discuss the score to the 1999 action, blockbuster hit The Mummy. Find out if the score is worth digging up or if it should be left buried below.
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Welcome to the second season of "Listen to the Film". This podcast examines a soundtrack in detail and its relationship to the film. In this episode we explore "The Dark Knight". The Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard score is a bold partner t
Take a trip through the history of horror movie music, beginning with the silent era and the masterful NOSFERATU. Listen as the sound era comes on and the potential for film music opens up, ending with a composer named Max Steiner and a certain