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Subscribe to MORE SCORE (Paid Bonus Show): https://anchor.fm/score/subscribe From the creators of the hit film SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY comes this award-nominated podcast inviting you into the studios of Hollywood's most brilliant, beloved and imaginative musical storytellers. Hosted by Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes.
 
Scored to Death: The Podcast is the official companion podcast to the books, Scored to Death: Conversations with Some of Horror's Greatest Composers & Scored to Death 2: More Conversations with Some of Horror's Greatest Composers, and is an ongoing exploration into the world of horror film music and the people who create it -- Featuring new and exclusive in-depth interviews with the genre's greatest composers as well as informative audio documentaries and more. Twitter & Instagram: @scoredto ...
 
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Discussion Guide: 0:00:00 - Hello there. 0:04:33 - Luke at the Lars kitchen table. Like father, like son. 0:06:46 - Beginning of the "Binary Sunset" breakdown. 0:09:00 - Frisson and which elements are in place to nearly "guarantee" the aesthetic shivers in Binary Sunset. 0:15:28 - Unsustainability of sustained notes. 0:18:54 - Tactile quality of th…
 
Babbling with Balboa returns with our epic breakdown and review of the new director's cut of Rocky IV: Rocky vs Drago! Deke Antrim from the SideTrack'd podcast joins us as we talk about things we loved, things we liked, and things that might not have worked in this new vision of the beloved 1980s classic. We had to divide this massive conversation …
 
Kenny, Robert and Matt launch this offseason special talking about the Spitfire Audio Black Friday sale, and their success of the offseason show MORE SCORE, which is now available for $10/month on Patreon, Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music talk and even cool merch: http://Patreon.co…
 
IF YOU'RE NEW HERE: You're in the right place! On this podcast, we nerd out on the music & sound of Star Wars 5 cinematic minutes at a time. This season, each episode hyper-focuses on a single 5-minute chunk of A New Hope. Doing so allows us to get really specific about the composition, orchestration, motifs, underscore, ambience, sound design, mix…
 
Today on the Podcast we continue our discussion of our favorite films of the 1940's. HIDDEN GEMS Ron - And Then There Were None / Nightmare Alley / Hellzapoppin / A Letter From An Unknown Woman / The Boy With Green Hair / The Set-Up / Detour / Force of Evil / Intruder In the Dust / Leave Her To Heaven Darren - The Strawberry Blonde / Ministry of Fe…
 
Today on the Podcast we look back and discuss some of our favorite films of the 1940's. Intro Breaking Down The Decade WHY ALL THE LOVE? Ron - The Phantom of the Opera / They Were Expendable Darren - The Philadelphia Story / Woman of the Year / The Secret Life of Walter Mitty WHY ALL THE HATE? Ron - Now Voyager / National Velvet / Yankee Doodle Dan…
 
Guest: Mat from Blue Bantha Milk Co. Discussion Guide: 0:00:00 - Hello there 0:02:11 - Remembering dialogue through phonetics and pitch 0:10:22 - Sound design of the Sandcrawler 0:17:11 - Stormtroopers, Imperials Motif, dewbacks, special edition changes 0:20:56 - A New Hope soundtrack, various editions, what do we seek in a soundtrack album? 0:33:0…
 
There's no music for our first 90 seconds on Tatooine, forcing us to reckon with the cicadas, barren landscape, and Threepio's frozen joints. This is a deep dive into the music and sound of Star Wars: A New Hope, Minutes 11-15. Let's see if timestamps work this time (if not, I'm sorry!): (0:00:00) - Hello there. (0:03:49) - Fonts and motifs (0:09:0…
 
On E14 of The Tony & Scott Motion Picture Podcast the team talk about some recent pick ups, TG's Twin Peaks quest and ScoJo gives us the skinny on the great Sorgini. The T&S Pod takes a more in depth look at soundtrack pressings, variants reissues and much more! Find us on Twitter @tonyscottpod
 
Discussion Highlights: 0:00:00 - Introduction 0:03:45 - Start talking about the minutes 0:06:15 - Is scoring done chronologically? 0:10:43 - First instance of the Force theme, but some notes are missing 0:11:52 - Discussion on score vs. lore 0:15:27 - Our introduction to C-3PO, R2-D2, and their sound/language 0:18:03 - Underscore and the relative s…
 
Mike and Dustin return to the podcast to celebrate Halloween 2021 with an all-new installment of the Anthology of Horror featuring a discussion about the three major adaptations of Richard Matheson's seminal novel, I am Legend, The Last Man on Earth (1964), The Omega Man (1971), and I am Legend (2007). Music: "Monster Mash" (Bobby "Boris" Pickett a…
 
Discussion Highlights: The 20th Century FOX fanfare, purpose of studio logos, myth of movies Sharp London Symphony Orchestra, pitch inflation, Treaty of Versailles Opening crawl practical effects and music synchronization Holst Mars vs. Blockade Runner quiz Original, special editions, de-specialized editions, mono mix Darth Vader's breathing and th…
 
On this episode of The Tony & Scott Motion Picture Podcast the guys continue their run down of some of their favourite Varese Sarabande titles and also discuss the movie Malignant. The T&S Pod takes a more in depth look at soundtrack pressings, variants reissues and much more! Find us on Twitter @tonyscottpod…
 
Kenny and Robert begin this Season Finale joined by Composer Carol and Matt Schrader reminiscing on the best moments of Season 4 and recapping the Emmy winners in the music categories.Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music talk and even cool merch: http://Patreon.com/MoreScore Then, legendary songwriter and compose…
 
I just saw John Williams live for the first time! Here are some of the highlights, footage excerpts, and my analysis. Concert Details: John Williams: Maestro of the Movies Saturday, September 4, 2021 at the Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, CA) David Newman and John Williams conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic in a performance of film music selectio…
 
On this episode of The Tony & Scott Motion Picture Podcast the guys have hit double digits so they're doing something a little special. Both hosts have compiled a list of 10 of their favourite Varese Sarabande vinyl releases and part one is here! The T&S Pod takes a more in depth look at soundtrack pressings, variants reissues and much more! Find u…
 
Kenny and Robert begin the show discussing recent scores they've been checking out including Jordan Peele's take on Candyman by composer Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and HBO's popular series The White Lotus by composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer. Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music talk and even cool merch: http://Patre…
 
Season 4 of THE HYPER SPACE draws to a close as we take a look at the latest episode of The Disney Gallery, chronicling the triumphant return of Luke Skywalker in The Mandalorian. We also take a look back at our favorite shows of Season 4, and tease what's to come. All that, and more, in the Season 4 finale of THE HYPER SPACE!…
 
We've reached the end of The Last Jedi! Today's episode is a fun roundtable discussion with Jay Cooper and John Bellizzi, in which we listen to the rest of the end credits music and do a play-by-play commentary together. We also reflect on the season and film as a whole, share our personal music and sound effects highlights from The Last Jedi, and …
 
Frank Lehman is a music theorist, film musicologist, and John Williams scholar who created the Complete Catalogue of the Musical Themes of Star Wars. Today, he's here to help us understand the end credits and music of The Last Jedi overall. We talk about wild theorizing, erotic themes, and the technical and philosophical ideals that make up the mus…
 
In another loaded double-guest episode, Kenny and Robert begin the show chatting with World Soundtrack Awards Film Composer of the Year nominee Nainita Desai (The Reason I Jump, For Sama, American Murder: The Family Next Door) about her early years working as an engineer and mixer, overcoming "imposter syndrome," the art of writing music for docume…
 
With a final swell of the Force theme, the orchestra pulls us into the credits. Today, I am pleased to speak with Lorenz Gamma, violinist on The Last Jedi score. We talk nitty gritty details -- including what it was like working with John Williams, what the orchestra spent the most time rehearsing, the importance of inaccuracies, and how The Last J…
 
This week on THE HYPER SPACE, we take a look at those rare films that surprised us by exceeding all of our expectations. Whether it was a terrible trailer or a tired and ridiculous concept, all of these films had something stacked against them, but they all succeeded beyond our wildest imaginings.By the hyper space
 
On this episode of The Tony & Scott Motion Picture Podcast the guys are back to regular service discussing their latest pick ups and some new additions. The T&S Pod takes a more in depth look at soundtrack pressings, variants reissues and much more! Find us on Twitter @tonyscottpodBy Tony Giles and Scott Johannasson
 
Behind every legend is a person. In this episode of Star Wars Music Minute, Darth Choco joins me in a heartfelt discussion of the music, lore, and legacy surrounding Luke Skywalker's final act. 00:00:00 - Intro + In this set of minutes, Luke and Kylo face off, Rey uses the Force to lift the heavy rocks obstructing their path, and Luke says "See you…
 
Robert and Kenny begin the show discussing the nominees for the 2021 World Soundtrack Awards, including many former guests and friends of the show. Kenny also shares why Blake Neely had an exciting and unexpected surprise while watching the Tokyo Olympics over the weekend. Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music tal…
 
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