Who doesn't love a bit of Hans Zimmer blasting through their speakers/earbuds/headphones [delete as applicable]? The legendary Oscar-winning composer has been soundtracking our cinematic lives for decades now, and recently has started taking the show on the road with an incredible live tour and, as of March next year, a live album called Hans Zimmer Live. (See hanszimmerlive.com for more details) So, when the great man popped into London last week and let it be known he was up for speaking to the Empire Podcast, there was only one person in the Zimmer frame: super-fan Amon Warmann, who popped along to talk to the composer about his live shows, creating the best setlist imaginable, and synths. Lots of synths. As Hans himself might say, 'bloody 'ell!' (That'll make sense in about half an hour, trust us.) Enjoy!
Lots of fun this week!Tons of Listener Experiences, A fun tweak from John, a bunch of NEW 4K releases coming Tuesday and a review of Hans Zimmer Live in Prague on both Blu-ray and Kaleidescape!!But first… John and DJ thank this weeks Patron of the week and month’s Charity! Bright Side Home Theater with the support of all their Patrons will be donating $100 to the American Heart Association! If you would like to donate directly, please click hereAmerican Heart Association | To be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives13:08 -Tweaks23:48 - The boys dive into a bunch of Listeners Experiences1:14:29 - Bright Side International with Steve George Twitter: @LEGALBEAGLEOK2:36:25 - New 4K Releases Coming August 30th2:43:48 - Their Favorite Home Theater Experiences over the past week2:54:50 - This Weeks Featured Home Theater ExperienceHans Zimmer Live in PragueBlu-ray & KaleidescapeHow is the Bass?How is the full room engagement?Is this a MUST OWN?All that and so much more!“If you can’t laugh while talking Home Theater, you’re doing something wrong.”Right?Push Play and hear for yourself.And if you’d like to contribute to the show…🍿Here are Two Ways YOU CAN BE ON THE SHOWEmail the guys and put “HT Experience” in the subject line they will talk about your comment on the Podcast. Email or DM Them on Twitter to schedule to record a Take Over Tuesday episode.A movie you liked or a Movie you hated? A favorite scene? Good or Bad Experience with Home Theater gear? Comments about past Bright Side Home Theater podcasts?Anything about your Home Theater Experience, just let them know and you’ll be on the show!🍿LinksPatreon: patreon.com/brightsidehometheaterTwitter: @BrightSideHTemail: firstname.lastname@example.org: Brightsidehometheater.comMerch: www.teepublic.com/user/bright-side-home-theater 🍿Thanks to:Theme Music by Jeff Bernheart/Throne Vault Productions.https://thronevaultproductions.bandcamp.com/You can support this show by visiting our merch store, directly through Patreon, or by leaving us an Apple Podcasts review.
RSR363 - Freddy Avis aka Arswain - Composing Cinematic Music for Film and Indi Electronica at Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions
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My guest today is Freddy Avis aka Arswain a composer, producer, and solo artist in the indie/electronic band Arswain in Los Angeles, CA. Freddy got his start in composition under acclaimed Emmy-nominated composer James S. Levine (Glee, American Horror Story, Bloodline, Nip Tuck, The Last Ship) at Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions in Santa Monica, CA. Since then Freddy holds music credits on shows including Major Crimes, Why Women Kill, Instinct, Star, & Chambers, as well as placements on Tiger King, Shark Tank, Dateline, & The Dr. Oz Show. He’s contributed synth & percussion work on 8-time Oscar-nominated composer James Newton Howard’s score for Walt Disney feature Jungle Cruise, as well as additional music for Steve Jablonsky’s score for Why Women Kill. Freddy holds a pair of Bachelor's degrees in Music and Political Science from Stanford University, where he also pitched for the baseball team. In 2012 he was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 25th round of the Major League Baseball Draft. Arswain has some amazing music and video productions that create sounds scapes and surreal worlds in a very cinematic way and today we will talk about how he creates in his studio and composing for film in LA. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://samply.app/ Use code RSR20 to get 20% off for the first 3 months https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off http://www.thetoyboxstudio.com http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/35Zu0aii0cGA9J3aQ4bKJ8?si=0ba1c99eb8774a62 If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/363
In this episode, Brian is joined by the co-host of NostalgiaCast, Darren Lundberg, to discuss his favorite film composer, Hans Zimmer. Scores discussed include "Backdraft," "Broken Arrow," "The Peacemaker," "The Thin Red Line," "The Da Vinci Code" and "Interstellar." I hope you enjoy the discussion of Zimmer, as well as a Zimmer-inspired piece I wrote in 1999, "Ethereal Atmospheres," which ends the episode.
A mostly self-taught, German-born composer and music producer, Hans Zimmer has created some of the best-known soundtrack scores for movies and television throughout the decades. Today, we’re looking at Hans Zimmer’s incredible compositions and career on this Spotlight Artist. Consider Supporting this Podcast: Buy Me a Coffee Patreon Podcast Listener Supporters This episode is also available as a blog post here.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/utter-randomness0111/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/utter-randomness0111/support
Hans Zimmer's Dune Avengers, Game Horror Scores, Career Pivots
In this episode Craig and Nathan discuss youtuber Heinbach, Hans Zimmer's creation of the Dune score, horror music in video games, how to persist in a music career, and much more. For more info, visit our website: https://soundiron.com/ Podcast notes: * (0:09) Heinbach Studio Islands * (5:02) Bury the High * (10:49) Zimmer's Dune Score * (16:08) Video game horror music * (24:27) How to NOT give up * (30:06) Pivots * (38:12) Recommendations * (41:07) Subscribe! Soundiron is a premium developer of virtual instruments and sample libraries for songwriters, composers and sound designers. They are a team of programmers, engineers, composers and instrumentalists passionate about building beautiful-sounding instrument plugins that are inspiring to play. Whether you're new to music production or a seasoned pro in the film, television, advertising, video game, or music recording industries, They’ve got you covered. Soundiron serves the best and brightest composers and artists in film & media today. #soundiron #musicpodcast #hanszimmer
Top Five Film Scores. Plus: Hans Zimmer on 'Dune'!
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Let’s talk movie music. Writer Jayson Greene joins Sean to talk about the art of the film score, the giants of the form, this year’s Oscar nominees, and their top five scores ever (1:00). Then, Sean is joined by legendary composer Hans Zimmer to discuss his Oscar-nominated work on ‘Dune’ and his career (1:07:00).Host: Sean FennesseyGuests: Jayson Greene and Hans ZimmerProducer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
So, the Oscars announce that 8 categories will not be televised LIVE the week we decide to do an episode on one of those categories: SCORES! But, perfect timing! In this week's episode we talk about the career and legacy of one of the best film composers in film history, Hans Zimmer. With our special guest, Kaela, we talk about his career, his films, and his legacy in the music world. We end the episode by listing 5 of our favorites films scores. Press play and enjoy! Surprise, Steve created an awesome playlist that has the scores we talked about this episode. Click play and enjoy a soothing journey through film history: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4kEDGodRrRg9Rb16aRWp5k?si=2GeLA3N3QiazGnp6tu9aDg&nd=1 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/splitreelpodcast/message
Welcome to "Inside The Juno Reactor" Podcast Episode 2: EL AMIR - Flamenco Guitarist for Hans Zimmer & JR SYNOPSIS: Juno Reactor & EL AMIR talk about EL AMIR's roots and background as a guitar and oud player, Flamenco & Paco de Lucía, his journey as a musician working with Juno Reactor, Hans Zimmer (World of Hans Zimmer), and Radio Tarifa, composition and his work in the film industry on titles such as "No Time To Die". GUEST BIO: Amir John Haddad - EL AMIR is a German-Spanish flamenco guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. He was the official oud, bouzouki, and guitar player for Radio Tarifa for almost ten years and in that role received a nomination for Best Folk Album at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2004. He plays and toured with Hans Zimmer, Juno Reactor, and Marcus Miller among many. GUEST LINK: www.amirjohnhaddad.com/en/ Produced by Kenji Productions - www.kenjiproductions.com Discover more at: www.junoreactor.com
In this episode, we dive deep into Hans Zimmer #ManOfSteel soundtrack! Looking back at iconic tracks & cues which eventually serve as the thematic foundation for the Sound of the Snyderverse, perfectly complementing Zack Snyder’s vision! #RestoreTheSnyderVerse #HansZimmer #shufflingnotes