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Today on FilmTracks: News, Tributes, Music, and awesomeness!

Today on FilmTracks: News, Tributes, Music, and awesomeness!

Andrew Alderete May 8, 2012 0

Taking a break from our extensive guest list, Andrew and Jessie are back with a full-fledged discussion of upcoming awesome soundtracks, in addition to some very important artists that passed away over the past

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Lucas Vidal – Composer for THE RAVEN – FilmTracks Ep. 11

Lucas Vidal – Composer for THE RAVEN – FilmTracks Ep. 11

Admin May 1, 2012 0

At only 27 years of age, Lucas Vidal quickly moved from the Berklee College of Music to some of the world’s most respected soundstages. He is already composing scores for The Cold Light of

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Today on FilmTracks: Composer Lucas Vidal!

Today on FilmTracks: Composer Lucas Vidal!

Andrew Alderete May 1, 2012 0

At only 27 years of age, Lucas Vidal quickly moved from the Berklee College of Music to some of the world’s most respected soundstages. He is already composing scores for The Cold Light of

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Daniel Licht – Dexter and Silent Hill Composer – FilmTracks Ep. 10

Daniel Licht – Dexter and Silent Hill Composer – FilmTracks Ep. 10

Andrew Alderete April 24, 2012 1

In today’s episode, Andrew and Jesse talked to award-winning composer Daniel Licht, who’s recent accomplishments include the score to Silent Hill: Downpour and all seasons of Dexter.  They talked about Daniel’s unique scoring approach,

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Today on FilmTracks: Daniel Licht!

Today on FilmTracks: Daniel Licht!

Andrew Alderete April 24, 2012 0

In today’s episode, Andrew and Jesse talk to award-winning composer Daniel Licht, who’s recent accomplishments include the score to Silent Hill: Downpour and all seasons of Dexter.  They will talk about Daniel’s unique scoring

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Austin Wintory & ‘Journey’ (PS3) – FilmTracks Ep. 9

Austin Wintory & ‘Journey’ (PS3) – FilmTracks Ep. 9

Andrew Alderete April 17, 2012 0

With advancements in technology, video games have become an immersive experience. Twenty years ago, orchestral scores and high def video in a video game was an outrageous thought, but everyone knew it was coming.

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Today on FilmTracks: News, Monsters & The Hunter

Today on FilmTracks: News, Monsters & The Hunter

Andrew Alderete April 10, 2012 0

After a three-week ‘spring break’, FilmTracks is back with cool film music news and a critique and discussion of two recent films – ‘The Hunter’ and ‘Monsters’. Sci-fi seems to be taking a new

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Deborah Lurie, Footloose & Unfinished Life – FilmTracks Ep. 4

Deborah Lurie, Footloose & Unfinished Life – FilmTracks Ep. 4

Admin February 21, 2012 0

It is difficult to imagine a composer that knows how to perfectly define moments on film with music, yet each time I watch a film scored by Deborah Lurie, I realize her abilities as

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Today on FilmTracks – Deborah Lurie!

Today on FilmTracks – Deborah Lurie!

Andrew Alderete February 21, 2012 0

It is difficult to imagine a composer that knows how to perfectly define moments on film with music, yet each time I watch a film scored by Deborah Lurie, I realize her abilities as

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Today on FilmTracks – Indie Artsts as Score Composers

Today on FilmTracks – Indie Artsts as Score Composers

Andrew Alderete February 14, 2012 0

Independent artists have always been at the forefront of social and cultural change, and it was only a matter of time before someone recognized that combining film and this style of music could transcend

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FilmTracks Ep. 1 – Soundtracks & The Oscars!

FilmTracks Ep. 1 – Soundtracks & The Oscars!

Admin January 31, 2012 0

On today’s first episode, Andrew and Jesse will cover a variety of subjects including why soundtracks are important, albums to look out for, and of course – The Oscars. They will discuss the ideology

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