Composers Pinar Toprak, Ceyda Pirali, Marie-Anne Fischer, Tina Guo, and Sharon Farber join Deane Ogden on this week’s podcast!Read More →
In our first Q&A episode, we open up Twitter, Facebook, and a hangout on Google+ to hear what’s on your mind about writing, producing, “politiking”, and navigating the business.Read More →
Fresh off Universal’s animated “Hop!”, Christopher Lennertz stops by SCOREcast for a lengthy chat on how he juggles features, television, and video games.Read More →
Deane Ogden and Brian Ralston co-host an edition that is so crammed with new goodies you’ll forget all about the fact that we’ve been in hiding for 10 months!Read More →
Nothing lasts forever. It’s time to face the end of an era. Much, much more after the jump…Read More →
On January 27th, when we challenged the SCOREcast community to write the new SCOREcast Podcast Theme, we expected big results, but we never expected this: 63 entries, and counting! The contest isn’t over yet, but time is running out! There are still 6 days for you to get your entries in and win a Tonehammer [...]Read More →
What’s a killer film composing podcast without a killer film scoring podcast theme? SCO, that’s what! To remedy the situation, we are calling on our faithful SCOREcast listeners to come up with the perfect SCOREcast Podcast Theme! Here’s your challenge: Write an amazing one minute piece of music, in a genre that you feel best [...]Read More →
It’s SCOREcast’s Silver Anniversary, and we are celebrating BIG!
In our 25th episode, Deane and Lee visit with ten-time Emmy Award-winning composer Bruce Broughton about the current union discussions and his role in the newly formed ad-hoc group, the Association of Media Composers and Lyricists (AMCL).
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On our 24th episode, Deane and Lee talk with Alan Elliott, spokesman for the Association of Media Composers and Lyricists (AMCL). The AMCL is the steering committee that is spearheading the unionization of film and television composers in Los Angeles and is comprised of Mr. Elliott, and fellow composers Bruce Broughton, James DiPasquale, and Alf Clausen.Read More →
Today on our 22nd podcast episode, Lee, Deane, and Houston Haynes talk about how to properly demo for a TV project. From how to find the gigs to how to delivery the materials to the right people, the guys lay it all down in this hour-long talk.Read More →