Director Dale Fabrigar was our guest.
What was everyone up to during our break, Scott talks about his adventures recording elephants and lions, no wait he was almost eaten by a lion, Diego talks about scoring the new film Chernobyl Diaries and how he got those creepy sounds, we all share a few of our own horror stories, we talk to Dale about independent film making and how sound plays a huge part of the success (don’t scrimp on sound) and someone received an award plus a whole lot more, its good to be back, check out our Facebook page and thanks for listening.
We have the incredible honor and privilege of being joined by the legendary Ken Scott on this podcast!!
How Ken got started (at a little place called EMI), what his first sessions were like, the VERY interesting way he would spend his breaks when recording the Beatles, a quick run through of the gear of the time, Ken gives his thoughts on some of the Beatles controversies, how songs have been written by some of the great artists, and finally Ken gives his thoughts on the future of the music industry. We really hope you enjoy this awesome show and be sure to check out our Facebook page!
Today we are joined by video game composer Jason Hayes, who was the lead composer of a small little game called World Of Warcraft and it’s cinematics, and musician Tim McDonald for one of the best podcasts this year! (btw level 47 Tauren Hunter with a few epic goodies)
What everyone has heard about from the new Google I/O conference, whether touch screens are the future of pro audio, Apple’s hardware stability for developers, how important data management is and how everybody does it, how composers compose for games, (how did he come up with that Ork theme), how different composing has become with so much space available on the game, how controlled user experiences can be for the sake of narrative, and since the podcast actually managed to give something away, were gonna do it again!! Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our Facebook page