In the Cue Tube podcast, founder Bryan Waters talks to members of the film composing, game music, filmmaking and sound design world, sharing insights, experiences and tips for developing your career and creativity.
Ep 6 - Dan Keen and NFO Part Two
In this continuation of our chat with the creators of the free orchestral library NFO:ORCHESTRAL SWELLS, we talk with Jack and Dan about a wide range of topics concerning music and composition including: their ideas for possible future collaboration; the appeal of binaural audio; how quirky or unusual libraries can spice up your creativity; the variety of deployments for Pianobook libraries; musical influences that shaped us; the joy of tape.
Ep 5 - Dan Keen and NFO
Archie Jennings and Bryan Waters chat with Jack Hughes, of Northern Film Orchestra, and composer Dan Keen about their recent collaboration on the free orchestral library, NFO:ORCHESTRAL SWELLS, released on Pianobook
Ep 4 - Ziv Kitaro, Whaleapp games
We caught up with Ziv Kitaro, Director of Product Management and Business Development at Israel-based game developer Whaleapp, for an insightful discussion on how the gaming industry works and some ideas as to the best way to approach establishing yourself in the industry.
Ep 3 - Mechanimations, a Cue Tube success story
Composer Nicholas Nelson and filmmaker Nick Hagman describe how they met and collaborated
Ep 2 - Sarah Warne, film/TV composer, part 2
In Episode Two Sarah shares two great tips for composers, shares her thoughts on the future of cinema and offers hope for those with doubts about the viability of striving for a career composing for film and TV.
Ep 1 - Sarah Warne, film/TV composer
In the first episode, successful drama and documentary composer Sarah Warne shares her experiences from film school, the early steps in her career and her thoughts on whether a composer needs an agent...
This interview is also published on our blog https://blog.thecuetube.com/index.php/2021/04/15/interview-with-sarah-warne/
Sarah's website http://sarahwarne.com