Streamers and Punches 40: Hitchcock: An Expected Journey

In this episode, we look at the LA Music Scoring Community meeting, a new article by Jim Lochner, A-list composer productivity, new CD releases, Grammy noms, and what we’ve been listening to lately, including Hitchcock, Life of Pi, and the Hobbit.


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This week’s panel:
This week’s topics include:
  • Full video of LA Music Scoring Community meeting. FB link
  • Jim Lochner’s 9 favorite film music moments of 2012.
  • Composer productivity: Danny Elfman has 6 2012 feature-length credits, Alexander Desplat has 9. 18 between 2011-12, Hans Zimmer has 5 in 2012. 10 between 2010-12, not including shorts and video games.
  • CD releases: 2 CD release of Home Alone 2, Die Hard: with A Vengeance, The Untouchables, Conan the Barbarian 3CD, Coogan’s Bluff
  • Grammy Nominees:
    • The Adventures Of Tintin – The Secret Of The Unicorn John Williams, composer
    • The Artist Ludovic Bource, composer
    • The Dark Knight Rises Hans Zimmer, composer
    • The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, composers
    • Hugo Howard Shore, composer
    • Journey Austin Wintory, composer
  • What We’ve Been Listening To:
    • Bill: Hobbit, Life of Pi, Hitchcock, Die Hard
    • Kevin: RED and Due Date (Christoph Beck), Empire of the Sun, John Carter, The Hobbit, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
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