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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeJul 10th 2020
    First of all, if you would be so kind, I would love it if you could take 5 minutes to register and vote for CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO in the 2020 Podcast Awards.

    We are eligible in 2 categories.

    ✅MUSIC
    ✅PEOPLE'S CHOICE

    Go to https://podcastawards.com to register your vote for us! You have until July 31st to do so! Thanks in advance.

    A COUPLE NEW SHOWS

    THE ARCHIVE: EPIOSDE 23 - PART 1
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-archi … 23-part-1/

    On part one of episode 23 of THE ARCHIVE on the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK, host Jason Drury starts the show with “The Trees” from Jerry Goldsmith’s score for MEDICINE MAN. He then heads to the Irish coast and plays selections from John Williams’ brilliant score for the Ron Howard film, FAR AND AWAY, recently released in expanded form from La La Land Records. Jason then plays music from the new Varese Sarabande Records remastering of Joseph LoDuca’s ARMY OF DARKNESS. The PUTTING THE A IN ARCHIVE segment features music from the 1953 classic Western SHANE by Victor Young and the show ends with James Horner’s memorable work for the epic historical western, LEGENDS OF THE FALL, which was recently released in its complete form by Intrada Records.

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    INTERVIEW WITH BRAD FIEDEL
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/interview … ad-fiedel/

    In June 2020, for the Cinematic Sound Radio Network, Jason Drury talked to Brad Fiedel, via Zoom, at his home in Santa Barbara, California.

    During the interview, they talked extensively about Fiedel's newest project, the musical FULL CIRCLE, as well as his film music career, his work on the TERMINATOR movies, working with James Cameron and why he decided to retire from film and TV music.

    Also during the show, we will hear songs from FULL CIRCLE, as well as music from the film scores of Brad Fiedel, in particular, from his 2 iconic scores, THE TERMINATOR and TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY.

    Enjoy!

    APPLE: https://apple.co/2YMYnMN

    SPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/3bG9MQT

    MERCH STORE: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio

    Enjoy!

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeJul 26th 2020 edited
    Just a reminder...

    2020 PODCAST AWARDS

    I would love it if you could take 5 minutes to register and vote for CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO in the 2020 Podcast Awards.

    We are eligible in 2 categories.

    - MUSIC
    - PEOPLE'S CHOICE

    Go to https://podcastawards.com to register your vote for us! You have until July 31st to do so! Thanks in advance.

    NEW SHOWS


    FILMIC WITH LEY BRICKNELL - EPISODE 3
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/filmic-wi … episode-3/

    On episode three of FILMIC here on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO, host Ley Bricknell presents more new film and game soundtrack releases including Trolls World Tour (Shapiro), The Quarry (McIntosh), X4: Split Vendetta (Zakharov), Scoob (Holkenborg) and many more. Ley also shines the spotlight on composers Sid De La Cruz and Thomas Clay. You’ll also hear music from one of the most influential scores of the ’70s in the monthly ‘Vintage’ segment!

    SOUNDTRACK ALLEY: PREMIERE EPISODE – INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/soundtrac … tal-skull/

    The long-running soundtrack podcast SOUNDTRACK ALLEY is now part of the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK.

    The first episode is a discussion between myself and Randy Andrews about the film and score to INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL released in 2008.

    INTERVIEW WITH PENKA KOUNEVA
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/interview … a-kouneva/

    In June 2020, for the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK, Jason Drury spoke to Penka Kouneva via Zoom at her home in Los Angeles. During the show, they will talk about PANDORA, how Penka came to Hollywood under the wing of composer Patrick Williams and her work as an orchestrator and composer.

    Also, during the show, you will be hearing more music from PANDORA and other projects featuring the music of Penka Kourneva.

    THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY: EPISODE 23 – PART 2
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-archi … 23-part-2/

    On part two of episode 23 of THE ARCHIVE on the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK, host Jason Drury continues the music with selections from the Golden Globe-winning score to Ridley Scott’s GLADIATOR by Hans Zimmer and Lisa Gerrard. Notefornote Music’s newest release of REMO WILLIAMS: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS plays next with an original score by Craig Safan. An extended suite of music from Notefornote’s A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME TRAVEL by Tracie Turnbell is featured before Jason ends the show is spectacular fashion with John Debney’s classic swashbuckling adventure score to CUTTHROAT ISLAND performed by the London Symphony Orchestra.

    COMPOSER CONVERSATIONS WITH DAVID COSCINA – EPISODE 3: THEODORE SHAPIRO
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/composer- … e-shapiro/

    David Coscina chats with Theodore Shapiro about his most recent work, his approach and methodology to writing the score to 2018’s DESTROYER. Other topics include music technology, Shapiro’s compositional background and the impact of working from home during the pandemic.

    Enjoy!

    APPLE: https://apple.co/2YMYnMN
    SPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/3bG9MQT

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    https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio

    Cinematic Sound Radio
    Web: http://www.cinematicsound.net
    Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cinsoundradio
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cinematicsound

    Cinematic Sound Radio Fanfare and Theme by David Coscina
    https://soundcloud.com/user-970634922

    Bumper voice artist: Tim Burden
    http://www.timburden.com
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeJul 31st 2020
    I saved this post for the very last day of voting so I didn't bombard this forum with spam for the past four weeks!

    CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO is eligible in two categories in the 2020 PODCAST AWARDS; Best Music Podcast & People's Choice.

    We've been nominated in the Music Category for two years straight only to come up empty-handed in the final vote. We'd love to have the opportunity to compete once again and in order to do so, CSR needs your vote. Nominations are tallied solely on user submissions... that means you! So, if you could kindling register and vote for CSR today, I would greatly appreciate it! It only takes 5 minutes of your time. And today is the LAST DAY to vote!

    Again, We are eligible in TWO categories.

    ✅MUSIC
    ✅PEOPLE'S CHOICE


    SIGN UP HERE ➡️ https://podcastawards.com/app/signup

    Thank you for your support! It really means a lot to us!

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeSep 3rd 2020
    BRAND NEW EPISODE!

    RE-RECORDING MORRICONE

    http://www.cinematicsound.net/re-recordings-morricone/

    On today’s episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW, we’ll be paying tribute to legendary composer Ennio Morricone. Morricone sadly passed away on July 6, 2020, at the age of 91 and to honour the Academy Award-winning composer, we have put together a program called RE-RECORDING MORRICONE featuring music by Morricone newly recorded or newly remixed.

    You’ll hear selections from ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST, THE UNTOUCHABLES, THE LEGEND OF 1900, MARCO POLO, TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA, THE THING, CASUALTIES OF WAR, DEATH RIDES A HORSE, CINEMA PARADISO, THE MISSION, and more featuring performers such as Apollo Four-Forty, the Orchestra of the Accademia National De Santa Cecilia, William Motzing, Nic Raine, The City of Prague Philharmonic, London Music Works, Henry Mancini and the Mancini Pops, Yo-Yo Ma, Sara Andon, Simon Pedroni, Dulce Pontes, John Mauceri, The London Philharmonic, Monica Mancini, and Alan Howarth.

    Enjoy!

    Here are a few other shows you might have missed.

    SOUNDTRACK ALLEY: INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/soundtrac … tal-skull/

    INTERVIEW WITH PENKA KOUNEVA
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/interview … a-kouneva/

    ARCHIVE EPISODE 23 - PART 2
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-archi … 23-part-2/

    COMPOSER CONVERSATIONS WITH DAVID COSCINA EP. 3 - THEODORE SHAPIRO
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/composer- … e-shapiro/

    SOUNDTRACK ALLEY: BATMAN RETURNS
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/soundtrac … n-returns/

    1UPBEAT - TOP 10 VIDEO GAME SCORES OF 2010 - PART 1
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-1upbe … de-10-pt1/

    ARCHIVE EPISODE 24 - PART 1
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-archi … 24-part-1/

    ANIME SPECTACULAR - EPISODE 11
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/anime-spe … de-eleven/

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    APPLE
    https://apple.co/2YMYnMN

    SPOTIFY
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/78RTBYtL8x2SC22k5UoNg4

    MERCH STORE
    https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio

    Enjoy!

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeOct 8th 2020 edited
    BRAND NEW EPISODE!

    THE FLAGSHIP SHOW: LA LA LAND RECORDS PRESENTS… EPISODE ONE

    http://www.cinematicsound.net/la-la-lan … isode-one/

    On today’s episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW, we resurrect a themed show that we started producing back in the early 2000s when this very record label was established. La La Land Records has been around since 2002 and since then we’ve produced dozens of shows dedicated exclusively to the label. We’ve also had partnerships with other labels including FILM SCORE MONTHLY, VARESE SARABANDE, KRONOS RECORDS, etc but over the years but these record label themes programs started to wane after a while. The last show dedicated solely to La La Land Records was back in June of 2012.

    So, today, we thought we’d give this other go. La La Land Records has kindly supplied the program with some of their more recent releases and we’ll include a score from their back catalogue as chosen by you on Twitter.

    On the program today you’ll hear selections from FAR AND AWAY by John Williams, SLIVER with music by Howard Shore and additional music by Christopher Young, MYSTERY MEN by Stephen Warbeck with additional music by Shirley Walker, POINT BREAK by Mark Isham, and CASPER by James Horner. Plus, we’ll pay tribute to one of the greatest guitar heroes of all time, Eddie Van Halen, who lost his battle with cancer on October 6th. We will spin the track “Respect The Wind” from TWISTER in his honour.

    A big thank you to MV Gerhard and Matt Verboys at La La Land Records and Tim Burden for making this show possible.

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    Other shows you might have missed

    FILMIC WITH LEY BRICKNELL EPISODE 4
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/filmic-wi … episode-4/

    1UPBEAT TOP 10 VIDEO GAMES SCORE OF 2010 PART 2
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-1upbe … de-10-pt2/

    THE ARCHIVE EP 24 PT2
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-archi … 24-part-2/

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    APPLE
    https://apple.co/2YMYnMN

    SPOTIFY
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/78RTBYtL8x2SC22k5UoNg4

    MERCH STORE
    https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio

    Enjoy!

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2020
    BRAND NEW EPISODE!

    2020 HALLOWEEN SPECIAL

    http://www.cinematicsound.net/2020-halloween-special/

    We have another outstanding line-up of scary scores to play for you this year; new and old including selections from THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (Davis), THE EMPTY MAN (Young), SCARY MOVIE (Kitay), I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER (Debney), RAWHEAD REX (Towns), VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED (Carpenter/Davis), THE HAUNTING (Searle), HORRORS OF THE BLACK MUSEUM (Schurmann) and THE MEDUSA TOUCH (Lewis)

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    Other shows you might have missed

    OBSCURE SCORES HALLOWEEN SPECIAL
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/obscure-s … isode-six/

    SOUNDTRACK ALLEY: SNEAKERS
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/soundtrac … -sneakers/

    THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY - EPISODE 25 PART 2
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-archi … 25-part-2/

    THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY - EPISODE 25 PART 1
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-archi … 25-part-1/

    INTERVIEW WITH SIMON TAUFIQUE
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/interview … -taufique/

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    APPLE
    https://apple.co/2YMYnMN

    SPOTIFY
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/78RTBYtL8x2SC22k5UoNg4

    MERCH STORE
    https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio

    Enjoy!

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeNov 7th 2020 edited
    Hey folks. This will be the last time I annoy you with this.

    Today is the last day to vote for CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO in the 2020 Discover Pods Awards.

    The show is nominated in two categories.

    ▶️ PEOPLE'S CHOICE

    ▶️ BEST MUSIC PODCASTS

    It takes only a few minutes to cast a vote. Even if you don't listen to the show or think I'm an asshole, please vote for me anyway.

    Thanks for all of the support over the years!

    Cheers,

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeDec 24th 2020
    NEW EPISODE

    2020 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/2020-christmas-special/

    On today’s program, five CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO hosts come together again to celebrate the holiday season by playing Christmas themed music from a wide variety of film, TV and video game scores. Join Eric Silver from THE 1UPBEAT, Robert Daniels from OBSCURE SCORES, Jason Drury from THE ARCHIVE, Ley Bricknell from FILMIC and Erik Woods from THE FLAGSHIP SHOW for our annual yuletide spectacular.

    On the show today you are going to hear music from JINGLE JANGLE: A CHRISTMAS JOURNEY (Debney), JINGLE ALL THE WAY (Newman), a medley of SUPER MARIO BROS. music (Various Artists), THE CLAUS FAMILY (Dern), and SILENT NIGHT, ZOMBIE NIGHT (Salvucci). And stick around ’til the end of the show for a cut from Douglas Pipes KRAMPUS.

    Enjoy the show and Merry Christmas everyone!

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeDec 28th 2020
    NEW EPISODE

    SOUNDTRACK ALLEY: ALIEN
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/soundtrack-alley-alien/

    The fifth episode of SOUNDTRACK ALLEY here on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO is a discussion between Erik Woods and Randy Andrews about the film and score of the 1979 Ridley Scott directed sci-fi/horror/thriller, ALIEN, starring Tom Skerritt, Sigourney Weaver, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton, John Hurt, Ian Holm, and Yaphet Kotto. The film tells the story of the crew of the commercial space tug Nostromo, who encounters an aggressive and deadly Alien creature who is set loose on the ship.

    The original score for the film was composed by Jerry Goldsmith, performed by The National Philharmonic Orchestra, and conducted by Lionel Newman. The original soundtrack recording was initially released on 20th Century Records on LP in 1979. The expanded edition release of the score was produced by Intrada Records and was released in 2007.

    Enjoy!

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeJan 18th 2021
    So, I'm trying a new kind of show where I don't script any of it. I just ramble on about various film, TV and video music topics and play a little music. I uploaded the pilot episode today and I would really like it if you would have a listen and offer some honest feedback. Ad libbing isn't my area of expertise and I just want to make sure that this is worth continuing. Thanks.

    Here's the link
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/ad-lib-wi … t-episode/

    Also available through your favourite podcast provider.

    Cheers,

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeJan 18th 2021
    It's a good idea, Erik. I'm only scripting my English-language episode. All my Norwegian episodes are "ad lib", and it makes for more dynamic, casual flow (although more of a hassle to edit, of course).
    I am extremely serious.
    • CommentAuthorJoep
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2021
    I like listening to traditional radio programs on subjects such world politics. Some of them also extend their views through podcasts, which are equally interesting. Unfortunately, some of these programs, the ones that deal with daily news subjects, play random music in between them, which I detest. It may sound silly, but podcasts on (film) music irritate me as much, because I only want the talk and no music, even though it is more relevant in a show about music. I would like to prefer links to specific musical pieces on the website of the show.

    So, podcasts on (film) music kind of delude me. I have occasionally listened to some of your shows, but I could never really connect to them. Whenever I read a review, an article or interview as a text, it helps me to immediately browse through them, decide what parts to value. Some podcasts allow you to skip to parts in which a certain subject is discussed, which is good, but I can still not be sure any of it is interesting to me. I generally feel like I have lost a lot of time by listening to a podcast on music which may only have 5 minutes of worth interesting information. The thing is, it is likely you provide some interesting talk, but the time it takes me to listen to all these shows, is simply not worth my time.

    Yet, I like the idea of non-scripted shows. This tryout is relatively more interesting, regardless of all my earlier remarks. Note, I only listened for about 30 minutes.
  1. Joep, I understand your comment about not needing to hear the music and I find a similar feeling for many of the podcasts I have listened to - but that's mostly because I am familiar with the music that is being played. I would much rather listen to a discussion about the music I am already familiar with.

    That's one of the reasons I enjoyed Erik's 'ad lib' show so much. He opened talking about his problems finding specific CDs in his collection and touched upon the issue of how to arrange his CDs - common problems I have had over the years. And I enjoyed hearing his frustrations (that sounds bad!) and how he resolved it.

    One of the other things I liked was how he spoke of situations where you wanted to hear the tracks he played because of the subject he raised. Sound effects in tracks, rerecordings vs. original tracks - what he said had me wanting me to hear the tracks then and there to hear what he was talking about. And then hearing what he had to say afterwards. From a personal point of view, hearing one of his rerecording examples had be going straight after his show to listen to the original tracks in order to 'cleanse' myself of what I had heard in the rerecording!

    For me, the show was at its best when it had a feel of an informal zoom chat. But, because of that, it was frustrating when I couldn't just pitch in there-and-then with a counter-argument on a comment. But that's what makes the zoom chats themselves so enjoyable.
    The views expressed in this post are entirely my own and do not reflect the opinions of maintitles.net, or for that matter, anyone else. http://www.racksandtags.com/falkirkbairn
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2021
    Thor wrote
    It's a good idea, Erik. I'm only scripting my English-language episode. All my Norwegian episodes are "ad lib", and it makes for more dynamic, casual flow (although more of a hassle to edit, of course).


    Makes sense, Thanks Thor!

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2021 edited
    Joep wrote
    I like listening to traditional radio programs on subjects such world politics. Some of them also extend their views through podcasts, which are equally interesting. Unfortunately, some of these programs, the ones that deal with daily news subjects, play random music in between them, which I detest. It may sound silly, but podcasts on (film) music irritate me as much, because I only want the talk and no music, even though it is more relevant in a show about music. I would like to prefer links to specific musical pieces on the website of the show.


    Interesting. I usually find the music supportive of the arguments or points the host is trying to make, that why none of the tracks on my show are "random" with the exception of the last track I play on this show, which was a purely random track that kind of played along with the theme of the show where I was making it up as I went along. wink

    Joep wrote
    So, podcasts on (film) music kind of delude me. I have occasionally listened to some of your shows, but I could never really connect to them. Whenever I read a review, an article or interview as a text, it helps me to immediately browse through them, decide what parts to value. Some podcasts allow you to skip to parts in which a certain subject is discussed, which is good, but I can still not be sure any of it is interesting to me. I generally feel like I have lost a lot of time by listening to a podcast on music which may only have 5 minutes of worth interesting information. The thing is, it is likely you provide some interesting talk, but the time it takes me to listen to all these shows, is simply not worth my time.


    That's fair and I've heard from others over the years who feel the same. Why listen to a film music podcast when I already own the music myself? I get it. And usually, that annoys me when the host/DJ has nothing to say about the score/music. Anyone can say the name of the film and the composer and play some music. To me that's boring therefore what I do is very different to that, even though it's formatted somewhat the same. More on that below.

    I'm not going to speak about other podcasts - they can do whatever they please - but on my show, I'm always trying to inject as much info about the film and score as possible in my commentaries to help validate the reason for playing a particular score on my show. While my show is more of a traditional radio broadcast (DJ and music) rather than a film music lecture (The Soundtrack Show), I still feel the need to make sure I'm keeping my audience interested, informed, engaged and entertained, even if it is the six-thousandth time they've heard Star Wars. wink I understand that this is not your cup of tea, which is fine, but I just wanted to let you know what makes my show a bit different than the others.

    Joep wrote
    Yet, I like the idea of non-scripted shows. This tryout is relatively more interesting, regardless of all my earlier remarks. Note, I only listened for about 30 minutes.


    30 minutes is better than nothing and I really do appreciate you taking the show for a spin and for your point of view on the matter.

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2021
    FalkirkBairn wrote
    Joep, I understand your comment about not needing to hear the music and I find a similar feeling for many of the podcasts I have listened to - but that's mostly because I am familiar with the music that is being played. I would much rather listen to a discussion about the music I am already familiar with.


    And there you go. I brought that argument up in my reply to Joep.

    FalkirkBairn wrote
    That's one of the reasons I enjoyed Erik's 'ad lib' show so much. He opened talking about his problems finding specific CDs in his collection and touched upon the issue of how to arrange his CDs - common problems I have had over the years. And I enjoyed hearing his frustrations (that sounds bad!) and how he resolved it.


    Thanks. I'm glad you got something out of that segment, which was probably the most scatterbrained part of the episode.

    FalkirkBairn wrote
    One of the other things I liked was how he spoke of situations where you wanted to hear the tracks he played because of the subject he raised. Sound effects in tracks, rerecordings vs. original tracks - what he said had me wanting me to hear the tracks then and there to hear what he was talking about. And then hearing what he had to say afterwards. From a personal point of view, hearing one of his rerecording examples had be going straight after his show to listen to the original tracks in order to 'cleanse' myself of what I had heard in the rerecording!


    Tora! Tora! Tora!, right? But I agree with you, Alan. And I think I mentioned this as well in my retort to Joep. Playing random music or any music at all in a podcast or radio program without context is boring so I'm glad you found value in the tracks that I played on the program to help support my arguments.

    FalkirkBairn wrote
    For me, the show was at its best when it had a feel of an informal zoom chat. But, because of that, it was frustrating when I couldn't just pitch in there-and-then with a counter-argument on a comment. But that's what makes the zoom chats themselves so enjoyable.


    Hahahaha! That's great! And if you ever want to pitch and counter-argument leave me a comment on my web site and we can have at it... or you and I can do a show together. That'd be fun!

    -Erik-
    host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | www.cinematicsound.net | www.facebook.com/cinematicsound | I HAVE TINNITUS!
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeFeb 10th 2021 edited
    TWO NEW SHOWS WENT UP THIS WEEK

    THE FLAGSHIP SHOW: FAVOURITE SCORES OF 2020 – PART 1

    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-flag- … -2020-pt1/

    On today’s new episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK, Erik Woods selects his ten favourite scores of 2020. This is part one of a two-part series. Today, you’ll hear selections 10 – 6 which includes music by Dan Romer, Benh Zeitlin, Ralf Wengermayr, John Powell, Thomas Clay, and Austin Wintory.

    NEW EPISODE - RE-RECORDING GOLDSMITH
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/re-recording-goldsmith/

    On today’s episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW on the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO PODCAST NETWORK, we’ll be paying tribute to legendary composer Jerry Goldsmith. Goldsmith was born on February 10th, 1929 and would have turned 92 years young today.

    Goldsmith passed away on July 21, 2004, have scored hundreds of feature films, TV shows, TV mini-series’, concert works, commercials, film studio logos, theme park rides and radio programs. He was the recipient of one Academy Award, five Emmy’s and one Satellite Award.

    To honour Goldsmith on his birthday, we have put together a program called RE-RECORDING GOLDSMITH which is part of an ongoing series of re-recording programs here at CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO. RE-RECORDING GOLDSMITH features new recordings of some of Goldsmith’s best scores and some rarities as well. You’ll hear selections from CHINATOWN, RUDY, HOOSIERS, A GATHERING OF EAGLES, FANFARE FOR OSCAR, SEVEN DAYS IN MAY, SUPERGIRL, THE WIND AND THE LION, and many more featuring performances by The City of Prague Philharmonic, The Royal Philharmonic, The Kanagawa Philharmonic, The London Symphony, Dominic Hauser, Seattle Symphony and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.

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    • CommentTimeApr 5th 2021 edited
    NEW EPISODE

    THE FLAGSHIP SHOW: FAVOURITE SCORES OF 2020 – PART 2

    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-flag- … -2020-pt2/

    On today’s new episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK, Erik Woods selects his ten favourite scores of 2020. This is the final part of a two-part series. Please, listen to part one before listening to this episode. http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-flag- … -2020-pt1/

    Today, you’ll hear selections 5 – 1 which includes music by Taro Iwashiro, Hans Zimmer, Christopher Willis, Carlos Rafael Rivera, Michael Giacchino and Nami Melumad.

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  2. Thanks Erik! I missed Part 1, so will have to binge both episodes this week!
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    • CommentTimeApr 6th 2021
    Filmscoregirl wrote
    Thanks Erik! I missed Part 1, so will have to binge both episodes this week!


    FANTASTIC!

    NEW EPISODE ALERT!

    INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT FOLK - PART ONE
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/interview … -part-one/

    Jason Drury and Robert Folk sit down to chat about such scores as THE PLANETS, POLICE ACADEMY, BEASTMASTER 2, & TREMORS. They also talk about scoring sequels, animation & the use of his music in film trailers.

    This is part one of a two-part interview. The second part will be available sometime during the weekend.

    Enjoy the chat & the music.

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  3. Yes, I really enjoyed both episodes!
    • CommentAuthorAnthony
    • CommentTimeApr 9th 2021
    Erik, which platform provides the best audio quality to listen to your podcasts on? Or are they all the same?
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    • CommentTimeMay 7th 2021
    Anthony wrote
    Erik, which platform provides the best audio quality to listen to your podcasts on? Or are they all the same?


    They should be all the same. However, I have noticed that if you don't have a paid account with Spotify that might not sound as good as someone with a paid account. But for the most part, they all sound the same. They shouldn't be compressing the sound on their end, IMO. I encode at 160k for a reason.

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    • CommentTimeMay 7th 2021 edited
    UPDATE!

    The first update is that we now have a Patreon. If you want to support us by throwing a few bucks our way, no pressure, then you can do so by going to https://bit.ly/2QWDGeO Lots of cool rewards to be had.

    LASTEST EPISODE!

    THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY: EPISODE 29 - PART 2


    Welcome to part one of episode 29 of THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY on the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK.

    The show starts with the cue “The Ransom” from the recently released deluxe edition of the 2001 score ALONG CAME A SPIDER composed by Jerry Goldsmith (Varese Sarabande).

    The show continues with music from season two of THE ORVILLE (La La Land Records). You’ll first hear Shawn Murphy’s remix of the main theme composed by Bruce Broughton. Then you will hear a suite from the episode “Identity Part One” composed by John Debney.

    Then Jason showcases selections from Ernest Troost’s score for the 1990 sci-fi horror comedy, TREMORS (La La Land Records), music from the 1976 Bernard Herrmann’s masterpiece OBSESSION (Music Box Records), and finishes with James Horner’s 1989 controversial classic score to HONEY, I SHRUNK THE KIDS (Intrada Records).

    Other shows updated since I was last here...

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    Robert Folk Interview Part 2
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/interview … -part-two/

    The Music of Robert Folk
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-flag- … bert-folk/

    Author J. Blake Fichera has joined the team with a new show called SCORED TO DEATH RADIO
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/scored-to … e-episode/

    Top 10 Game Scores of 2020 Part 2
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-1upbe … es-part-2/

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    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2021
    NEW EPISODE OF CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO

    SCORED TO DEATH RADIO - EP.1 PT.2

    http://www.cinematicsound.net/scored-to … de-part-2/

    In the second and final instalment of this music special, author and host J Blake Fichera highlights the talent and work of the fantastic line-up of film composers who are featured in his new book, SCORED TO DEATH 2: MORE CONVERSATIONS WITH SOME OF HORROR’S GREATEST COMPOSERS. You’ll hear selections from such films as ARMY OF DARKNESS (LoDuca), HELL FEST (McCreary, Massari), IT FOLLOWS (Disasterpiece), GRETEL & HANSEl (Rob), SOUND OF DEATH NOTE (Kawai), DAY OF THE DEAD (Harrison), BRUISER (Rubinstein) and more.

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    • CommentTimeJun 19th 2021 edited
    First of all, you only have a few hours remaining to vote for CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO in the QUITE THE THING MEDIA PODCAST AWARDS. We are nominated in the MUSIC CATEGORY. It only takes a few seconds. Thanks in advance for your vote

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    NEW EPISODE OF CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO

    TRAILER MUSIC WRITTEN BY THE FILM’S COMPOSER
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-flag- … -composer/

    On today’s new episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK, Erik Woods presents custom trailer music written by the film’s composer.

    Before we get into the music you will hear a brief history of the movie trailer. For this section, Erik has referenced portions of Matthew Schimkowitz’s essay published on hopesandfear.com called AN EPIC HISTORY OF THE MOVIE TRAILER. We thank Matt for being so cooperative in allowing us to quote portions of his extremely well-researched essay in the program.

    Afterwards, you will then hear suites featuring the trailer music of John Debney (LAIR, THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST), Jerry Goldsmith (RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II, EXTREME PREJUDICE), and John Williams (BACHELOR FLAT, 1941, HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER’S STONE, NIXON).

    You’ll also hear a video game suite featuring music by Jack Wall (MYST III: EXILE), Gareth Coker (ORI AND THE BLIND FOREST) and Chad Seiter (RECORE). We’ll then move onto Golden Age trailers including music by Max Steiner (THE ADVENTURES OF DON JUAN) and Erich Wolfgang Korngold (THE SEA HAWK)

    The show then ends with selections by David Newman (HOFFA) and James Horner (TITANIC). And there will be numerous surprises sprinkled throughout the show.

    OTHER PROGRAMS YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED

    THE ARCHIVE WITH JASON DRURY: QUARTET RECORDS SPOTLIGHT – EPISODE 2
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-archi … episode-2/

    INDIANA JONES AND CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO | RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK 40TH ANNIVERSARY

    http://www.cinematicsound.net/indiana-j … und-radio/

    FILMIC WITH LEY BRICKNELL – EPISODE 8
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/filmic-with-ley-bricknell-episode-8/

    SOUNDTRACK ALLEY: ALIENS
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/soundtrack-alley-aliens/

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  4. I really enjoyed your episode Erik! A really fun idea. My favorite trailer music of the bunch was Alive (wish there was more of it, loved the momentum compared to the more subtle sounds on the album) and of course The Sea Hawk...I mean come on, is there any more perfect trailer music than that? Amazing! And I forgot what a good score Hoffa is, so I'll be revisiting that one soon! Thanks for all the research you did! Fascinating!
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    • CommentTimeJun 24th 2021
    Thank you for taking the time to listen. This was the most fun I've had with an episode in a long time! Actually, the Aliens show was good too... but this one was rather unique and I'm glad people are enjoying it!

    Cheers,

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    • CommentTimeJul 14th 2021 edited
    FIRST OF ALL...

    Please vote for CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO in the 2021 Podcast Awards. This isn't the same as the QUITE THE THING MEDIA Awards I was promoted last month. That vote is over! It only takes 5 minutes to register and vote for The Podcast Awards. The only way we get a nomination is if enough of you support the show by voting for us.

    We are eligible in two categories. MUSIC and PEOPLE'S CHOICE.

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    NEW EPISODE OF CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO

    SOUNDTRACK ALLEY: LEGEND - PART ONE
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/soundtrac … -part-one/

    The ninth episode of SOUNDTRACK ALLEY here on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO features a bit of a different format than other SOUNDTRACK ALLEY episodes. Regular host, Randy Andrews, decided to skip this episode and left it up to Erik Woods to host and moderate a roundtable discussion about the film, LEGEND.

    Joining Erik is the host of THE ARCHIVE, Jason Drury, host of OBSCURE SCORES, Robert Daniels and CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO’s in-house composer and host of COMPOSER CONVERSATIONS, David Coscina.

    The original score for the film was composed and conducted by Jerry Goldsmith, performed by The National Philharmonic Orchestra and recorded by the legendary Mike Ross-Trevor. However, due to the massive changes made from the European version to the American version of the film, it was decided to remove Goldsmith’s score and have the German electronic group, Tangerine Dream, write and perform a new score.

    In part one of our look at the production of LEGEND and the use of music in both versions, Erik, Jason, Robert and David talk about various topics including when they first saw the film, which version of the film they like, the film’s production design, the gorgeous cinematography, Ridley Scott’s history as a director, a comparison of Jerry Goldsmith’s and Tangerine Dream’s scores and a detailed comparison of “The Unicorn” sequence, which Goldsmith and Tangerine Dream both scored.
    In addition, David Coscina’s participation in this discussion offers a unique perceptive to the program as he brings his expertise as a composer to the table and provides detailed musical analysis of both scores and performs specific sections of each score on his piano to help paint a clear picture as to what the Jerry Goldsmith and Tangerine Dream were bringing to the film.

    Jerry Goldsmith’s original motion picture score is available on Silva Screen Records and Tangerine Dreams score is available through Varese Sarabande Records.

    Part two of the program, where we compare more cues from each score, will be made available shortly.

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    • CommentTimeJul 20th 2021
    BRAND NEW EPISODE OF THE CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO PODCAST

    INTERVIEW WITH AUSTIN WINTORY
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/interview … -part-one/

    Jason Drury interviews film and video game composer, Austin Wintory.

    In pt1 of this 2pt interview, Wintory talks extensively about his work on video games & how he chooses assignments as well as playing samples of his wonderful music.

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