On Sunday, Nerds That Geek posted Episode 9.5 of the Movie Mumble podcast, our ‘Cycle Three Recap’. Cycle Three consisted of ‘The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou’ (Joel’s pick), ‘La Haine’ (Scott’s pick), and ‘Pollock’ (my pick). Hear our final thoughts and observations on these films before next month’s brand new cycle begins. You can get in the mood by listening to the themes in the media player.
On Sunday, Nerds That Geek posted Episode 7 of the Movie Mumble podcast: ‘The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou’. Listen as Joel, Scott, and I “dip below the seas to recap and discuss a Wes Anderson film filled to the brim with an all star cast.” As a prelude, listen to this newly added theme in the media player.
Today, Nerds That Geek posted the most recent episode of the Movie Mumble podcast, our ‘Cycle Two Recap‘. Cycle Two consisted of ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service‘ (Joel‘s pick), ‘Chopping Mall‘ (a special episode with John as our guest), ‘Shin Godzilla‘ (Scott‘s pick), and ‘Pi‘ (my pick). Don’t forget to check the media player for the newly added themes for these episodes.
Over the past few months I have been participating in a podcast with Scott Murray and Joel Lewis called Movie Mumble, hosted by Nerds That Geek (also available on iTunes). We take turns picking a movie, then we watch it together, and then talk about it for the podcast. I composed an original theme, and then for each episode, I do a version of the theme that fits the film we are watching (check the media player to listen to the themes). Here is our ‘Welcome‘ episode to give you and idea of what to expect. For our first cycle of films, we watched ‘Dragon Lord‘ (Joel’s pick), ‘The Sky Crawlers‘ (Scott’s pick), and ‘Koyaanisqatsi‘ (my pick). We also recorded a ‘Cycle One Recap‘ and two special episodes: ‘The Room‘ and ‘The Disaster Artist‘.
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Back in August I participated in a few contests and here are the results. The first was for Sample Library Review’s Soundiron Bumper Scoring Challenge. I was given a 10 second video logo to compose music for, using mostly Soundiron libraries. Had I won, my entry would be the official music for that logo. While I probably can’t publish the logo with my music, you can view the video here, and then listen to “Iron Sound” to get the gist. The other contest, through ThinkSpace Education and Spitfire Audio, was to compose a 2-3 minute piece using only Spitfire Labs libraries ($3 each and the money goes to charity). “Cold and Hollow” was the result.