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Tag Archives: Scott Glasgow
In this episode we look at news involving Patrick Doyle, Hans Zimmer, and Thomas Newman, an interview with Elfman, a video about movie trailer music, Giacchino’s new Star Trek music, new CDs, and the complete printed score to Edward Scissorhands.
- Thomas Newman to score Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur
- Patrick Doyle releases album “Impressions of America”
- Hans Zimmer honored at Idyllwilde Arts Gala on April 14th.
- Den of Geek interview with Elfman RE:Oz
- Watch Yoav Goren explain ‘How Movie Trailers Get Scored’
- Michael Giacchino gives heads up of new Star Trek score
- Hans Zimmer talks Man of Steel.
- What We’ve Been Listening To: Oz the Great and Powerful, Homeland, Total Recall
- New CDs: Grand Canyon, The Wild Bunch, The Challenge, The Salamander, The Carpetbaggers; Buy at www.screenarchives.com
- Edward Scissorhands Score by OMNI Publishing
This week, we discuss up and coming film scores, the value of an audio interface, and a great interview with composer Scott Glasgow. We end with a comparison of the Gladiator score to Richard Wagner’s Ring Cycle.
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- We take a look at upcoming film scores to watch in September and October.
- New CD score releases for this week.
- Jeff talks about audio interfaces and their significance in the studio.
- We talk to up-and-coming film composer Scott Glasgow about getting started, workflow, collaborating with filmmakers, and working under constraints.