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The official podcast of Tracksounds.com, The SoundCast is hosted by Christopher Coleman and features reviews and discussions centered around film, TV, and video game soundtracks. Special edition episodes include interviews with composers and other industry professionals.
 

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Interview:  Tyler Bates (Guardians of the Galaxy)

Composer Tyler Bates talks about the reaction he has been receiving for his latest project, about working on the score early enough for scenes to actually be filmed to, his special connection to Star Lord aka Peter Quill, and the piece of music that brought tears to his eyes while composing it.  Christopher Coleman also asks him about any potential involvement in the recently announced sequel and animated series to debut on Disney XD.


Episode Highlights

00:00 - Introduction
00:55 - Reaction to the film and music
07:20 - Fun in the film
09:30 - Composing music to be filmed to
16:19 - Scoring around the songs
19:25 - Groot music
24:29 - The sequel and the Animated series
27:04 - Thanos and Ronan
29:50 - The music of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
32:27 - Wrap up

Music Selections

00:10 - "The Final Battle Begins" (Guardians of the Galaxy) by Tyler Bates
15:57 - "Everyone's an Idiot" (Guardians of the Galaxy) by Tyler Bates
20:29 - "Groot Cocoon" (Guardians of the Galaxy) by Tyler Bates
28:06 - "Ronan's Theme" (Guardians of the Galaxy) by Tyler Bates
31:50 - "The Kylin Escape" (Guardians of the Galaxy) by Tyler Bates




Notes:

Follow Tyler Bates on Twitter - @tyler_bates

 

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Episode 74 - Summer Catch Up

The Soundcast crew reconvenes with guest, Kristen Romanelli (Film Score Monthly), to get caught up on the first half of the Summer of 2014 big movies and big move scores:  The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Godzilla, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Edge of Tomorrow.


Episode Highlights

00:00 - Summer Catch-Up Mix
00:55 - Welcome to the Summer
08:10 - Feelings about the first-half of the Summer
13:22 - The Amazing Spider-Man 2
25:00 - Godzilla
44:30 - X-Men: Days of Future Past
60:39 - Maleficent
72:45 - Edge of Tomorrow
86:17 - What's left of the Summer
96:00 - Find and Follow

Music Selections

00:00 - "There He Is" (The Amazing Spider-Man 2) by Hans Zimmer
00:25 - "I'm Spider-Man" (The Amazing Spider-Man 2) by Hans Zimmer
13:45 - "I'm Electro" (The Amazing Spider-Man 2) by Hans Zimmer
20:27 - "The Electro Suite" (The Amazing Spider-Man 2) by Hans Zimmer
25:01 - "Godzilla!" (Godzilla) by Alexandre Desplat
29:57 - "Golden Gate Chaos" (Godzilla) by Alexandre Desplat
44:08 - "The Future (Main Titles)" (X-Men: Days of Future Past) by John Ottman
45:01 - "Hope" (X-Men: Days of Future Past) by John Ottman
46:15 - "Time" (Inception) by Hans Zimmer
46:58 - "Hope" (X-Men: Days of Future Past) by John Ottman
47:37 - "Time in a Bottle" (X-Men: Days of Future Past) by John Croce
56:26 - "Time's Up (Orig. Version)" (X-Men: Days of Future Past) by John Ottman
58:54 - "Time's Up (Film Version)" (X-Men: Days of Future Past) by John Ottman
60:40 - "Maleficent Suite" (Maleficent) by James Newton Howard
66:38 - "Maleficent is Captured" (Maleficent) by James Newton Howard
72:54 - "Angel of Verdun" (Edge of Tomorrow) by Christophe Beck
98:47 - "The Queen of Faerieland" (Maleficent) by James Newton Howard




Notes:

Follow Kristen Romanelli on Twitter - @kbfornow

 

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