4 episodes

The TV drama is imagined; the work and the guests are real.

In mid-2019 composers Dan Watts and Gareth Davies met for lunch to discuss a collaboration idea. What if they could make a TV drama soundtrack without actually being commissioned? What if that collaboration could be journaled in some way to attract producers and influencers? What if it their experiences could help and inform other people?

The Making A Soundtrack podcast was born.

Join Dan & Gareth as they find out what it takes to create a TV drama soundtrack.

For more information visit www.makingasoundtrack.com

Making A Soundtrack Making A Soundtrack

    • TV & Film
    • 5.0, 7 Ratings

The TV drama is imagined; the work and the guests are real.

In mid-2019 composers Dan Watts and Gareth Davies met for lunch to discuss a collaboration idea. What if they could make a TV drama soundtrack without actually being commissioned? What if that collaboration could be journaled in some way to attract producers and influencers? What if it their experiences could help and inform other people?

The Making A Soundtrack podcast was born.

Join Dan & Gareth as they find out what it takes to create a TV drama soundtrack.

For more information visit www.makingasoundtrack.com

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Rich Cartoons ,

Great idea for a mysterious craft

Many thanks to Gareth and Dan for the start of what will be a most enlightening and entertaining series on the mysterious art of score composing. As listening to scores is my passion, I will be fascinated to discover how it all comes together. Looking forward to hearing further developments!

EViLDONKEY ,

Not just for music nerds!

Lovely poscast

Cyberdonkey ,

Great stuff

What a Splendid idea. I think we can all learn to be better musicians by communicating with other creative people. As you know composers often spend hours alone in our studios and can become hermits, paradoxically writing music that we hope communicates. Also I think we can get caught up in our terminology so illuminating what "a bed" " a sting" etc are will allow soundtrack listeners to understand scores better.
I look forward or should that be listen forward to more episodes.

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