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Looking for something great to listen to? We've found some excellent podcast episodes about sound for you - in this roundup:

Tonebenders Podcast – This week, dive into the mysterious world of orchestral score recording and mixing with Laurence Anslow from “Percy Jackson” and “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire”.

 

AMPS Podcast – Supervising Sound Editor Ryan Hatton and Re-Recording Mixer Rob Ackerman discuss creating the sound design for the horror film “Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey 2”.

 

Field & Foley – Martha Mutiso, a Kenyan-based freelance tour leader and conservation storyteller, talks about how she uses her skills in photography, filmmaking, writing and field recording to document nature and inspire conservation efforts.

 

Level with Emily Reese – Lennie Moore talks about his incredible score for “Outcast – A New Beginning”, which elevates the game with its beautiful harmonies, captivating melodies, and the power of a live orchestra, choir, and soloists.

 

Sound Business with Akash Thakkar – This episode features indie game composer Aaron Cherof discussing his 15-year journey, the importance of creating speculative work, and finding his musical voice.

 

Twenty Thousand Hertz – This episode dives into the complex world of late-night TV sound through the experiences of mixer Fred Hedemark.

 

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Tonebenders Podcast – 257 – The Art Of Recording And Mixing Score With Laurence Anslow:

Laurence Anslow, who recently recorded and mixed the score for the recent “Percy Jackson” series and also worked on “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire”, joins us this week.  He is at the top of the game, and yet his workflows as a score recordist and mixer, are a complete mystery to many in audio post.  So I asked him to come on the show and talk us through what a orchestral score recording session is like, how he delivers his tracks and who he is interacting with the most from the rest of the sound team. I learned a lot while talking with Laurence and I hope you are able to gain a bunch of knowledge as well.

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AMPS Podcast – EP 32 – WINNIE-THE-POOH: BLOOD & HONEY 2 With Ryan Hatton & Rob Ackerman:

“I took a day to record a chainsaw in the middle of the Kent countryside.”

…In this episode Martyn Harries (@martynthemixer) talks all things gore with the Supervising Sound Editor Ryan Hatton (@ryanhattonn) and the Re-Recording mixer Rob Ackerman (@ackerman.rob) behind “Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey 2”.

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Field & Foley – Episode 25 – Martha Nzisa Mutiso:

Martha Mutiso, a Kenyan-based freelance tour leader and conservation storyteller, joins us today. Passionate about nature, conservation, and ecotourism, Martha’s work spans photography, filming, writing and the captivating art of field recording. Her mission is to preserve the dwindling sounds of nature and inspire change through storytelling. Through Ecoescapades.org, she showcases the wonders of our planet through impactful blog articles that resonate with audiences worldwide.

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Level with Emily Reese – Level 256: Lennie Moore (Outcast – A New Beginning):

Composer Lennie Moore wrote such gorgeous music for “Outcast – A New Beginning” that it made me mad, no exaggeration. It’s so pleasing harmonically with fantastic melodies and transitions, and outstanding musicianship from the soloists and performers. Live choir, live soloists, live orchestra – and you can tell. The music has breath and life.

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Sound Business with Akash Thakkar – Ep: 69: The Myth of Overnight Success with Aaron Cherof:

Today’s guest is Aaron Cherof, a composer based in Seattle. He has been composing for indie games for well over a decade and has most recently worked on two games that have become huge hits, such as “Cobalt Core” and “Minecraft”. In this episode, we talk about how Aaron has spent 15 years as a composer before he was able to go full-time. We also talk about the importance of creating work, even when you’re not getting hired to work on projects, how to find your own musical voice as a composer, and so much more.

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