The podcast where composers share thoughts and stories about their original scores. In every episode, a composer tells the creation story of their music used in some of today's top film, television and video game soundtracks.
Scott Bomar - My Name is Dolemite
In this episode, Scott Bomar discusses his research into and how he paid homage to the blaxsploitation genre of the 1970s for his original score to "My Name is Dolemite."
Finishing Move [Brian Lee White / Brian Trifon] - Borderlands 3
In this episode FINISHING MOVE, composers Brian Lee White and Brian Trifon share their approach to writing music for a few select environments and boss battles from Borderlands 3.
Raison Varner - Borderlands 3
In this episode, RAISON VARNER describes the complexities for writing a score for an RPG-shooter hybrid game and the conceptual approach he ended up taking.
Joseph Trapanese - Lady and the Tramp (2019)
In this episode, composer Joe Trapanese shares how he embraced the famous "Bella Notte" from the original "Lady and the Tramp" from 1955, while also writing his own original music and themes for this newest version.
Amie Doherty - Undone
In this episode, Amie Doherty takes us through several key tracks from the original Amazon series, UNDONE. She reveals how she was not only inspired by the visual artistry of the show but how this affected her choices in scoring each episode.
Tom Hedden - 75 Seasons Suite
In this episode, composer Tom Hedden revisits his now-classic music from the NFL Film's documentary, "75 Seasons: The Story of the NFL."