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The SoundCast

By Christopher Coleman (Tracksounds, Inc.)

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Description

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.

Customer Reviews

Great Podcast

Hey Chris I've been listening to all of your podcasts and I really appreciate all the interviews and roundtable discussions you've had on the show. They were very informative, insightful and entertaining. Keep it up, and I'll keep checking back. BTW, I love your Tracksounds website as well. One of most well designed soundtrack review site on the web.

Good stuff!

Very insightful! Keep them coming!

A bit snobbish at times

I like this podcast. I really do. I've found some freat new film music to listen to because of it, and I've found it to be an incredible resource. However, I also find their obvious disdain for the horror genre to be incredibly off-putting. Everything from ignoring a composer's horror work when talking about that composer's filmography to completely dismissing horror scores has happened on this show, and I find that terribly disappointing. While it's true that some horror scores can be written off as "thunder and ketchup" pieces of music, there are many truly grand horror film scores as well and it's a shame that a prejudice against a solid film genre prevents this show from exploring music that would diversify this show's listener-base and earning a higher than 3-star review.

(To illustrate my point, listen to a recent show in which Stephen Jablonsky is mentioned and his filmography. No one mentions his horror work. The same can be said of Tyler Bates. It's unfortunate.)

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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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