We all love the music and sounds we hear on our favorite movies or shows, but often take them for granted. Twice a month, the industries top sound professionals, from Composers to Music Supervisors, go deep into the world of sound in media. Hosted by Jake Belnick.
Harsha Thangirala, Kara Talve & Anže Rozman
Music Editor Harsha Thangirala, and Composers Kara Talve & Anže Rozman join the show once again (Kara and Anže) to discuss Prehistoric planet season 2 from AppleTV+. Their amazing score, and the work Harsha did in sculpting what they wrote, truly brought these creatures to life. You will hear how their relationship works during the creation process, and how imperative Harsha's roll is in making sure the work of the composers is properly represented on the screen. Sit back and listen as Harsha, Anže and Kara chop it up!
Incredibly Talented Composer Tangelene Bolton Joins the show to discuss her work on Netflix's Warrior Nun Season 2. She absolutely crushed the score for this show and we are lucky enough to hear about her process, how she got started in the biz and of course all the nuances in her score and what it was like creating this epic music. The soundtrack for season 2 was also recently released so sit back and have a listen as Jake and Tangelene talk all things Warrior Nun!
Adam Lukas and James Everingham
James Everingham and Adam Lukas join the show to discuss the amazing work they did (with some help from Hans Zimmer) on The BBC’s Frozen Planet II. These composers discuss the varying challenges and adventures that come with scoring a series of this nature, and what it was like taking on such a huge task. Sit back and have a listen as the boys chop it up!
Emmy-Nominated Composer Jonathan Beard sits down with Jake to discuss his work on the incredibly moving Documentary, 3 Seconds in October. This doc tells the story of a young police-shooting victim, and the years-long campaign by Police and others to justify it. Sit back and have a listen as Jonathan Beard discusses this important project and more.
Kara Talve & Anže Rozman
Composers Kara Talve and Anže Rozman join the show to discuss their amazing work on Apple TV+'s Prehistoric Planet. Their epic score perfectly pairs with the amazing scenery and Sir David Attenborough narration. Sit back and have a listen as these three deep dive into the score and listen to some of the instruments that helped to create it!
Co-Founder of Playing For Change, Mark Johnson, joins the show to discuss his group's mission, and the amazing work they've been able to bring to the world through a variety of ventures such as "songs across the world." The work that Mark and his musicians do is simply amazing so sit back and have a listen!
This podcast is the best
This podcast is one of my favorites. I’ve learned so much about the music industry and found awesome new music. ...also Jake is really REALLY funny.
Good for aspiring Composers
I like this show cuz as an aspiring composer I can hear how people like me who've actually made it in the business were able to get there.
I listen to this every week for new music to add to my playlists!