In this episode, Sam Hughes speaks with composer Raphael Reed about his journey into writing music, being a working composer in Canada, his inspirations as well as his philosophies on the process.
A great honest and creative conversation worth listening to!
Intro - I'm A Federal Agent - Crisis Score
Sam speaks with composer, Jack Wall about his recent work on Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, working through Covid-19, how it compares to working on other entries to the franchise, how different it was to working on Mass Effect, and more!
Big thanks to Callum Tennick for
The violin is one of the most popular instruments in the world and has a very unique sound. Adapted in the 16th century from the Lira da Braccio, an instrument played throughout Italy, it has become an instrument used in classical music and with modern-day pop and even rock music.
In our very first interview of Season 4, we're starting 2021 like a Zagreus out of hell. This episode features Audio Director of Supergiant Games, Darren Korb where he tells us more about the game audio of their recent hit game, HADES.
Sam chats to Darren about his career
It's our final podcast episode of the season and the year!
Sam speaks with composers, Mikolai Stroinski and Garry Schyman about their unique collaborative soundtrack for the Franz Kafka inspired game, Metamorphosis.
This is a very special soundtrack indeed where we discuss their Hitchcockian approach to scoring the game, their
Sam Hughes chats to composer Chase Bethea about his recent soundtrack for Aground, his approach to composing, as well as the challenges of freelancing and breaking out as a composer. Listen here or wherever you listen to your podcast!
Big thanks to Callum Tennick for editing and mastering.
Sam Hughes speaks with composer, Patrick Kirst, in a deep dive conversation about various topics. These include his recent projects; The Kissing Booth & Breaking Surface, freelancing, the challenges of when charge more/less etc., the shift in confidence. All this as well as the critical mass of projects
Making a living as an artist or composer is often difficult and comes with a lot of uncertainty. However, many who have musical talent tend to forget how valuable it can be in the marketplace. There are tons of ways for composers to earn a steady income. But, in order
TV and radio programmes have had theme songs for about as long as the mediums have existed. They’re part of the show’s branding and are often loved by fans. Famous examples from TV include the Friends theme song, with people often clapping along after the first line, and the Coronation
“Righty tighty, lefty loosey”, this has been the famous rhyming tips that most music coaches use to remind their students who play violins, violas, and cellos. One of the most important things to do to maintain a violin is to loosen the bow when it is not in use or