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Composer Jeff Russo

Jeff Russo - This is a True Story
July 2014

Richard Buxton talks with composer Jeff Russo about his foray into writing music for television, balancing his career between composing for film and TV with his band-work, how he came to write the score for the first season of Fargo and more.
 

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Composer Trevor Morris

Sean Callery - 24:  Score Another Day
May 2014

Fox's television-series-turned-cultural-phenomenon, "24," began airing some 13 years ago and with each tick of the proverbial and practical clock, with each twist, turn and double-turn experienced by Jack Bauer and his covert cohorts was the music of composer SEAN CALLERY.  Richard Buxton chats with the composer about the legacy and challenges of "24,"  and his return to the franchise with 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY.
 

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Composer Trevor Morris

Trevor Morris - Drama Period.
May 2014

Richard Buxton chats with Trevor Morris about some of the prolific composer's most recent work spanning across video games, feature films and some of television's most popular period dramas.
 

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Composer Oscar Araujo

Oscar Araujo - Scores of Shadow
March 2014

Oscar Araujo talks about his foray into the musical world of Castlevania. He opens up about his own personal love for the original games, his respect for the franchise music that came before, looking to set a world record recording with 237 musicians at Abbey Road Studios, and what he is working on next.

 

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Composer Tom Salta

Tom Salta
August 2013

COMPOSER TOM SALTA shares about composing the original score for HALO: SPARTAN ASSAULT as well as his own Halo-fandom over the years.


 

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Composer Jesper Kyd

Jesper Kyd - Embracing the Darkside
July 2012

COMPOSER JESPER KYD talks about taking the musical reigns for the Darksiders franchise with his score for DARKSIDERS II, its unique challenges, and finding inspiration for scoring death, hell, and heaven.


 

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Composers Kim Planert

Kim Planert - Missing: Found in America
May 2012


Kim Planert, composer of 2012’s TV drama MISSING, provides Tracksounds with an insight into a European composer’s life in Hollywood and the link between the skies and scores.


 

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Composers Robert Duncan

Robert Duncan - Having Fun Scoring The Castle
January 2012


As the ABC dramedy CASTLE continues through its fourth season on air, versatile composer ROBERT DUNCAN explores his work on the show and his previous experiences of scoring hits such as BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, THE UNIT and THE CHICAGO CODE, and offers an insight into the differences between TV and Film scoring.

 

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Composer Sam Hulick

Sam Hulick - From Amiga to Orchestra
September 2011


Composer Sam Hulick shares about his technological path to the world of video game music composition - from MASS EFFECT to RED ORCHESTRA 2 - HEROES OF STALINGRAD.
 

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Alan Menken

Alan Menken - When You Walk Upon a Star
December 2010


Tracksounds talks with composer Alan Menken on receiving his recent star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and his latest collaboration for the Disney animated film, TANGLED.
 

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Composer Jesper Kyd

Jesper Kyd - Under the Assassin's Hood
December 2010


COMPOSER JESPER KYD shares about his early career in video game music and being the man behind the music of the ASSASSIN'S CREED video game series.
 

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Composer Mark Griskey

Mark Griskey - All Star Wars, All the Time
November 2010


Composer Mark Griskey talks about returning to score THE FORCE UNLEASHED, how the music for the franchise has evolved since the first game, and what it was like working on this project at the same time as STAR WAR: THE OLD REPUBLIC.
 

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Composers Tom Hajdu and Andy Milburn - TomandAndy

TomandAndy - Resonant Residents
September 2010


Tom Hajdu, part of the seasoned scoring duo Tomandandy, joins us to discuss their involvement in scoring RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE. Tom explains how the writing process was different from other projects, how the score stands apart from other work that they've done and that others have done, and what his speculations are for the future of film and its music. - Interview by Marius Masalar
 

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Author Sean Williams

Sean Williams - Letters and Notes
August 2010


SEAN WILLIAMS, author of the novelization of STAR WARS THE FORCE UNLEASHED, the recently released, STAR WARS: THE OLD REPUBLIC – FATAL ALLIANCE, shares about his recent works, his passion for film music and what he listens to when writing.  He also shares about some of his all-time favorite soundtracks, why the year, 1981, is such an important year and how he faced the difficult choice between writing and composing music.

 

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Composer Kevin Riepl

Kevin Riepl - All It's Cracked Up to Be
June 2010


Composer KEVIN RIEPL shares about his latest project, CRACKDOWN 2, which is the highly anticipated sequel to the surprise 2007 hit, CRACKDOWN. He also shares about this year's E3, the status of DAMAGE VAULT, and other upcoming projects: HUNTED: THE DEMON FORGE and ALIENS: COLONIAL MARINES!

 

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Jamie Christopherson

Jamie Christopherson - Returning to E.D.N.
May 2010

Tracksounds talks with composer JAMIE CHRISTOPHERSON about his work for one of Capcom's most anticipated game sequels, LOST PLANET 2.   Jamie shares about working with Audio Director, TOMOYA KISHI, collaborating with Capcom-staff composer, MARIKA SUZUKI, and what it was like returning to the LOST PLANET world and the differences we'll hear in the original score this time out.
 

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Tomoya Kishi and Marika Suzuki

Tomoya Kishi, Marika Suzuki - Finding Lost Planet
May 2010

Capcom Audio Director, Tomoya Kishi and composer Marika Suzuki discuss their unique approach to the music and sound design of LOST PLANET 2: the collaboration with composer Jamie Christopherson, their use of Source Connect and Skype to virtually attend the recording sessions in Los Angeles and the possibility of more for the land of E.D.N. in the future!
 

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Composer Clinton Shorter

Clinton Shorter - Welcome to The District
August 2009

Just days prior to the release of the hotly anticipated film, DISTRICT 9, composer Clinton Shorter talks about suddenly being in the spotlight, his long, working-relationship with director Neil Blomkamp, and finding the right musical blend for his original score.
 

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Composer Brian Tyler

Brian Tyler - DragonFast!  12 Months of Musical Fury
March 2009

Coming off one of the busiest seasons of his career, composer Brian Tyler shares about his two latest projects:  DRAGONBALL EVOLUTION, FAST AND FURIOUS and THE LAZARUS PROJECT.  He also answers fan submitted questions touching on where his love of vests came from, how he chooses the music for the original soundtrack releases, how he handles rejection and industry-walls.  He also discusses some of his upcoming, 2009 projects!
 

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Composer Joris de Man

Joris de Man - Returns to the Zone
Feburary 2009

Composer Joris de Man shares about his epic score for the hit video game KILLZONE 2.  He returns to the game-verse he helped to create in the original KILLZONE, this time solely focusing on writing the original score.  He contrasts his writing experiences for the two games and the musical advantages that have come with the next-gen (PS3) consoles.
 

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Composer Sean Murray

Sean Murray - Guerrilla Scorefare
January 2009 (conducted November 2008)

After the mega-hit CALL OF DUTY: MODERN WARFARE, developer TREYARCH returns the franchise to World War II in CALL OF DUTY: WORLD AT WAR.  We speak with composer SEAN MURRAY about his genre-bending score, the ideas behind the divergences from the norm and his special connection to both the game's setting and recording in Prague, Czechoslovakia.
 

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Composer John Ottman

John Ottman - Two Wings of the Valkyrie
December 2008

Just prior to the soundtrack release of VALKYRIE and the feature film release on December 25, 2008, composer and editor JOHN OTTMAN shares about his ongoing working relationship with BRYAN SINGER, the unique challenges posed when both editing and scoring Valkyrie, and his thoughts about involvement with the long rumored SUPERMAN sequel, THE MAN OF STEEL, and even Mark Milar's reboot-trilogy idea.
 

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Inon Zur and Stuart Chatwood

Inon Zur, Stuart Chatwood - The Sands of Duality
November 2008

The two names behind the musical voice of the PRINCE OF PERSIA game franchise come together to score the next-gen console version of the game.  Both INON ZUR and STUART CHATWOOD share about their histories in the franchise, the unique challenges provided by this iteration of the game, and their process for working together.
 

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Jesse Harlin

Jesse Harlin - Supervising The Shake Up
October 2008

Tracksounds catches up with JESSE HARLIN, music supervisor of not only THE FORCE UNLEASHED but the newly released video game, FRACTURE.  Jesse, a staff-composer at LucasArts himself, shares about some of the special challenges that FRACTURE brought to himself and the composing team of Michael Giacchino, Chris Tilton, and Chad Seiter.  He also comments on the unsung praise of the musical supervisor and the role this specific score plays in this unique shooter.  Also, proudly presented are 30 second clips of 22 audio tracks from the FRACTURE soundtrack.
 

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Composer Jeff Beal

Jeff Beal - Back in the Saddle Again
September 2008

Composer Jeff Beal returns to work with actor/director Ed Harris on APPALOOSA.  He shares about his work relationship with the director, Harris, the challenges of writing a score for a Western, and what he'd like to do next.
 

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Composer Miho Nomura

Miho Nomura - Conducting Creativity
August 2008

Between long-distance jaunts across the Pacific Ocean, Tracksounds is able to catch up with composer/producer Miho Nomura and discuss her journey into new media music, the state of the music-business in Asia, her production of Stevie Wonder's 2007 tour in Japan, and the scarcity of Asians in the music-side of Hollywood.
 

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Composer Mark Griskey

Mark Griskey - The Score Unleashed!
August 2008

Tracksounds was able to talk with composer Mark Griskey about his work on LucasArts next big game, THE FORCE UNLEASHED.  He shares about following in the tradition of John Williams, the unique challenges posed by the game's story, and recording the first Star Wars game score at Skywalker Sound.

 

 
       
 


Composer Harry Gregson-Williams

Harry Gregson-Williams - What Goes Around, Comes Around
May 2008

Just after the release of THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: PRINCE CASPIAN, composer Harry Gregson-Williams shares about his return to Narnia, his feelings about moving on from the franchise, what he's doing with up-and-coming-composers like David Buckley and Stephen Barton at his Wavecrest Studios, and his upcoming projects which include X-Men Origins:  Wolverine.

 

 
       
 


Composer Jeff Rona

Jeff Rona - Ceremonies and Symphonies
May 2008

Fresh off of the success of award-winning documentary, SHARKWATER, composer Jeff Rona talks about his latest project - composing a symphony for the regatta events of the Beijing Olympics.  He shares candidly about the challenges organizationally and musically that effort has faced, as well as detail regarding the music and performers themselves.

 

 
       
 


Composer Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard

Hans Zimmer, James Newton Howard - Return of the Dynamic Duo
May 2008

Just over a month before the release OF the highly anticipated follow-up to BATMAN BEGINS, we are able to speak with film music's own "dynamic duo" HANS ZIMMER AND JAMES NEWTON HOWARD. They share their thoughts on how they have continued in the collaborative tradition begun with the first film, their treatment of themes for Batman and the Joker, and about "the note."

 

 
       
 


Composer Ramin Djawadi

Ramin Djawadi - Heavy Metal Man
April 2008

Just a few days prior to the release of the highly-anticipated IRON MAN, composer Ramin Djawadi talks with Tracksounds about his experience working on the project with director John Favreau and with score producer, Hans Zimmer.  He also shares about other recent and upcoming projects:  DECEPTION, PRISON BREAK, and OPEN SEASON 2.

 

 
       
 


E.S. Posthumus

E.S. Posthumus - Music from Off the Map
April 2008

Helmut Vonlichten of the enigmatic duo, E.S. Posthumus, shares his feelings about the success of their first release Unearthed, their work for CBS, their latest project with Luna Sans, Cartographer, and if scoring a film is in their future!

 

 
       
 


Tyler Bates

Tyler Bates and the Genre of Doom!
March 2008

Composer Tyler Bates talks about his recent project DOOMSDAY, paying homage to classic genre films from the 80s, his upcoming video game score, RISE OF THE ARGONAUTS, and two more film projects: THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL and WATCHMEN.

 

 
       
 


Composer David Buckley

David Buckely - A New Musical Kingdom
March 2008

Rushing from L.A.X. (if that is actually possible), I made my way to Wavecrest Studios, where composer DAVID BUCKLEY had just finished a meeting with director JOEL SCHUMACHER.  I was, most generously, welcomed in and, over the next hour, I was treated to a tour of the state-of-the-art facility.  I talked with David Buckley about how came into the film-music business, his work-relationship with Harry Gregson-Williams, and his two new projects:  THE FORBIDDEN KINGDOM and TOWN CREEK.

 

 
       
 


Composers Kaveh Cohen and Michael Nielsen

Kaveh Cohen, Michael Nielsen - Splinter Cell:  Composition
February 2008

Tracksounds is able to get both composers Kaveh Cohen and Michael Nielsen on the line for quick chat regarding their upcoming score for the much-anticipated SPLINTER CELL: CONVICTION vdieo game, as well as the new TV animated-series, WOLVERINE and the X-MEN.  The co-composers also talk about their library of trailer music entitiled FULL TILT and Kaveh Cohen's score for the 2007 Audio Book of the Year, THE BIBLE EXPERIENCE.

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Composer Christopher Lennertz

Christopher Lennertz - Laughing Until it Lennertz!
January 2008

Composer Christopher Lennertz takes a few minutes away from working on season 3 of SUPERNATURAL to talk with us about his most recent foray into comedy genre, scoring parody films, his composing-partnership with Timothy Wynn, how the writer's strike is now effecting composers and finally his thoughts on having his work released on iTunes and AmazonMp3.

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Composers Sascha Dikiciyan and Cris Velasco

Sascha Dikiciyan, Cris Velasco - Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad, Beowulf?
November 2007

Just prior to the release of the BEOWULF the film and the Ubisoft video game tie-in, Tracksounds was able to fire off a few questions to one of the most prolific scoring duos of the game world.  Sascha Dikiciyan and Cris Velasco talk about their work on BEOWULF: THE GAME, influence from Alan Silvestri's score, recording at Skywalker Sound, meeting George Lucas, and their careers beyond the genre of game music.
 

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James Michael Dooley - Music to Die (and live and die again) for!
October 2007

On a late Saturday afternoon, Tracksounds was able to catch a few moments with composer JAMES MICHAEL DOOLEY who is deep into writing a ton of music for the new, hit television series, PUSHING DAISIES.  He shares his feelings about his work being compared to Danny Elfman and the creative challenges he faces in writing for such a unique show and the sheer volume of work he must produce every six days!
 

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Composer Jesper Kyd

Jesper Kyd - Assassin's Kyd
October 2007

As the official launch date for the highly anticipated game ASSASSIN'S CREED approaches, we are able to ask composer JESPER KYD a few questions about his musical score for the innovative game.
 

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Composer Garry Schyman

Garry Schyman - Big Bad Scorin' Daddy
September 2007

As 2KGames continues to get rave reviews for their ground-breaking effort BIOSHOCK, Tracksounds speaks with composer GARRY SCHYMAN about his work on the project, his thoughts about a potential paradyme shift in the gaming industry, and his most recent project DESTROY ALL HUMANS:  PATH OF THE FURON.
 

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David Robidoux

David Robidoux - The Picture, The Music, and The Story
August 2007

A couple of months prior to the 2007/2008 NFL football season kicking off, Tracksounds speaks with composer DAVID ROBIDOUX about being a part of the musical legacy of NFL FILMS.  He shares about the foundation laid by composer Sam Spence and Steve Sabol, about the new era of music at NFL Films and the new NFL NETWORK.
 

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Scott Glasgow

Scott Glasgow - Music for a Robotech Revival
March 2007

Just a few days before the wide release of Zack Snyder's 300, Tracksounds is able to talk with 300's score composer, TYLER BATES.  He shares about his work for the ground-breaking film, his influences, and his desire to continue to work with visionary directors.

 

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Tyler Bates

Tyler Bates - Madness?  This...Is...Tyler!
March 2007

Just a few days before the wide release of Zack Snyder's 300, Tracksounds is able to talk with 300's score composer, TYLER BATES.  He shares about his work for the ground-breaking film, his influences, and his desire to continue to work with visionary directors.

 

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Jamie Christopherson

Jamie Christopherson - Lost Planet's Extreme Composition
January 2007

LOST PLANET: EXTREME CONDITION has been one of the most highly anticipated releases for the XBOX 360 since the game console's release. Game producer, Capcom, brought back composer JAMIE CHRISTOPHERSON, to provide the score for the first-person-shooter. Tracksounds was able to catch up with Jamie to talk about LOST PLANET, some of his other projects and the growing industry of game music.

 

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Mychael Danna

Mychael Danna - The Music Born of a Story
January 2007

Tracksounds was able to interrupt composer Mychael Danna's busy schedule to talk about his popular work for THE NATIVITY STORY.  He shares openly about his unique approach to scoring this epic, yet intimate story and how this film tapped into some reservoirs of talent that Hollywood rarely taps into.

 

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Howard Shore

Howard Shore - Searching for the Deep Places
November 2006

Tracksounds speaks with composer HOWARD SHORE just after the release of the second installment of his mammoth LORD OF THE RINGS music project: THE TWO TOWERS COMPLETE RECORDINGS.  Howard Shore shares about his experience in putting the complete releases together, his work on the Lord of the Rings Symphony, his foree into the video game genre, SOUL OF THE ULTIMATE NATION, and his possible involvement in THE HOBBIT!

 

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Composer Trevor Rabin

Trevor Rabin - Snakes on Refrain
August 2006

The day after the world premiere of SNAKES ON A PLANE, TREVOR RABIN takes a short break from finishing up yet another upcoming-score, THE GUARDIAN to talk with Tracksounds.  He shares about some of his most recent projects:  SNAKES ON A PLANE and FLYBOYS, about how he handles scoring multiple projects, and his involvement in the film NATIONAL TREASURE 2.

 

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Moving in the Supernatural - A Conversation with Composer Christopher Lennertz

Christopher Lennertz - Moving in the Supernatural
July 2006

Tracksounds speaks with composer CHRISTOPHER LENNERTZ after the announcement of his Emmy nomination for his score to the pilot episode of the hit television series, SUPERNATURAL, and just a few weeks before his wedding!  The composer shares about his experience on the show, his upcoming score for the 3D-animated film SHARK BAIT, upcoming release of his score for the video game GUN and two upcoming projects for two SONY PLAYSTATION 3 titles!

 

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Harry Gregson Williams: Composer of Narnia:  The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

Harry Gregson-Williams - The Musical Wardrobes of Harry Gregson-Williams
December 2005

On the heels of receiving a Golden Globe Nomination for Best Dramatic Score for his work for NARNIA:  THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE, Tracksounds is able to speak with composer, Harry Gregson-Williams about his epic score, working with director Andrew Adamson, and even the influence (or lack thereof) of Howard Shore's work for THE LORD OF THE RINGS.

 

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Graeme Revell: Tracksounds Interview - The Flux Capacity of Graeme Revell

Graeme Revell - The Flux Capacity of Graeme Revell
December 2005

Composer Graeme Revell talks about his experience on AEON FLUX, his two CALL OF DUTY scores, his screenplay and focus on revitalizing orchestral concert.

 

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John Debney - The Divine Inspiration of John Debney
February 2004

With early-2004's most talked-about film now a part of his repetoire, versatile composer John Debney shares about his involvement in Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ.

 

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Greg Edmonson - For the Love of Firefly

Greg Edmonson - For the Love of Firefly
February 2004

Helen San spends a few moments with Greg Edmonson, composer for the short-lived yet beloved television series Firefly!

 

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Christopher Lennertz - Taking the Reigns of Honor

Christopher Lennertz - Taking the Reigns of Honor
May 2, 2003

The Medal of Honor franchise was put on the musical-map by composer Michael Giacchino's stellar efforts.  Now, as the Medal of Honor video game series continues, it does so under the musical direction of an up-and-coming-composer.  Medal of Honor:  Rising Sun composer, Christopher Lennertz shares about this latest high-profile project!

 

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Erik Lundborg - High Scoring the Matrix
April 10, 2003

As the The Matrix franchise retakes theatres all over the world, the Wachowski Brother's, along with Atari and Shiny Entertainment, are about to take over Playstation 2s, Gamecubes, Xboxes, and PCs, with the video game, ENTER THE MATRIX.  Tracksounds catches up with the man behind the music of this groundbreaking game - Erik Lundborg.

 

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Interview with Ron Jones

Ron Jones - The Next Generation
October 10, 2002

Ron Jones talks about the evolution of film scoring, his film scoring-school, and his musical beginnings with the legendary cartoons producers, Hanna Barbera.

 

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Interview with Edward Shearmur

 

Edward Shearmur - Of Rock and Hard Places
July 29, 2002

Edward Shearmur's shares about his experience composing for Reign of Fire, working in the genres of rock and roll and film music simultaneously, and the similarities and differences between the two.

 

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Interview with Christopher Lennertz

Christopher Lennertz - The Pen and the Baton
May 29, 2002

Up and coming composer, Christopher Lennertz talks about his passion for conducting orchestras, what's good and bad about temp scores, and what it takes to get a feature film gig.

 

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Interview with Thad Spencer

Thad Spencer - Having a Ball!
February 21, 2002

Thad Spencer of Asche & Spencer talks with Tracksounds about Monster's Ball, composing in the world of advertising and how they are taking their unique approach to film scoring to Hollywood.

 

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Interview with Don Davis

 

Interview with Don Davis

Don Davis - Welcome to Jurassic Park!
July 2001

Tracksounds speaks Don Davis, composer for Jurassic Park III, about following in the footsteps of John Williams and The Matrix Reloaded

 

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Composing the New Reality
1999
 

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Interview with Hans Zimmer

Hans Zimmer - Guilty Pleasures
June 25, 2001

Composer Hans Zimmer shares about his live album "The Wings of a Film,"  Director's Cuts, and the 2000 Oscars.

 

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Interview with Conrad Pope

Conrad Pope - Out of the Shadows
April 2001

Long time orchestrator, Conrad Pope shares on his first major film music composition release - Pavillion of Women and his upcoming orchestration gigs on A.I., Harry Potter, and Star Wars Episode II.

 

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Interview with Michael Giacchino

Michael Giacchino - Not Just Playing Games
2000

Michael Giacchino, composer of the video game soundtrack series, Medal of Honor shares about this project and what influences and inspires him.

 

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Interview with Jeff Rona

Jeff Rona - The Spectrum of Film Music
1999

White Squall composer, Jeff Rona talks about the diversity of film music and where he thinks the industry is headed.

 

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