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Author Archives: nate
This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by clarinetist (and friend of the show) Rachel Yoder. She fills us in on life in Seattle, a new Madera Wind Quintet coming in October on PARMA Recordings and how much babies love clarinet multiphonics!
In this episode we interview Downton Abbey composer John Lunn, talk about what we’ve been listening to lately, discuss the summer scores of Brian Tyler and Michael Giacchino, and look at headlines.
- Hans Zimmer played keyboard in a live orchestra performance of Interstellar.
- AFM sues major studios over international scores.
- Variety has an article about the Summer of Giacchino.
- Brian Tyler on Furious 7 and Avengers music.
- Score review of Age of Ultron from Examiner.
- Ratatouille in Concert at Royal Albert Hall on 10/28/15.
- Bill has been listening to Flash, Arrow (Blake Neely), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Bear McCreary), Avengers: Age of Ultron (Danny Elfman, Brian Tyler), Daredevil (John Paesano), Jupiter Ascending (M Giacchino)
- Kevin has been listening to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (McCreary), Better Call Saul (Dave Porter), Tomorrowland preview at Epcot (Giacchino)
- Interview with John Lunn.
This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by the Product Marketing Manager for Steinberg‘s in-development scoring application Daniel Spreadbury (AKA Papa SMuFL). Things get nerdy fast in this interview and that’s the way we like it.
This week on SoundNotion, composer Tristan Perich joins the panel to discuss the joys of 1-bit electronics, almost dry ink pens, the relativity of time and his year long “Compositions” project.
This month Ben and Nate talk with Mike McFerron about EMM, SCI, multi-channel audio, and Heisenberg’s uncertain talents as a pianist. Also, some major updates to Reason, Rapture, and the open source MuseScore and Ardour. And Nate explains balanced cables.
- Ben and Nate talk with Mike McFerron about EMM, SCI, multi-channel audio, and Heisenberg’s uncertain talents as a pianist, as well as a little bit about Music Avatar.
- MuseScore has come out with the big 2.0 release.
- Reason has been updated to 8.2.
- Cakewalk has FINALLY updated Rapture to Rapture Pro.
- Ardour 4.0 is out!
- Nate talks about unbalanced cables in this month’s 2 minute challenge.