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Best Creative Composite podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Creative Composite podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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This show is for the Trailer Music Composer both amateur and professional. I cover a range of topics from mindset to productivity, to creativity and production.From time to time there will be special guests giving their experience of working in the Trailer Music industry and even some aspiring composers sharing their stories from The Trailer Music School.
 
The Creative Composite is an innovative Digital Dental Marketing agency based in Manchester, UK, ran by experienced dental professionals. We believe that all dental professionals should have a sound understanding of business and marketing to help them excel in their careers, business life and personal life so we are on a mission to educate, inspire and motivate.
 
Join the quest! Learn how composers and songwriters create music in this podcast hosted by Minneapolis composer Charlie McCarron. Whether you’re a music composition grad or simply an occasional noodler on a guitar, each guest has a new perspective for you on the creative process of composing and songwriting, along with some concrete ideas to apply to your own music.
 
Creative Strings is for musicians and music-lovers, especially violin, viola, and cello players, looking to live creatively, whether in your musical education, projects, music career, in the practice room, classroom, onstage, or on tour. Each interview is edited carefully and mixed with a blend of musical clips from the Creative Strings community curated by jazz violinist Christian Howes. . Creative Strings is a non-profit organization with a mission to support music education through outrea ...
 
Photoshop artist and educator John Reuter has created this Photoshop podcast geared towards the fine art photographers and teachers who are beginning to embrace Photoshop as part of their personal work and teaching curriculum. Less focused on singular tips or tricks it rather attempts to instill a more comprehensive approach to image making and manipulation that relies on Photoshop as its core. To John, Photoshop is as much a printmaking program as it is a photography program. The emphasis i ...
 
Borut Savski in Milan Kristl O analogic?ni kompoziciji: Analogic?na kompozicija je osnova dramaturskega pristopa dveh avtorjev, ki je sicer improvizacija, vendar s predvidenim in predsestavljenim instrumentarijem. Razteza se med strukturo in de-strukturo - torej c?asovno: med trenutkom in konstruiranim (sestavljenim, zaporednim) c?asom. C?e je soc?asje (sinhronost) sodelovanja dveh avtorjev ena od osnov - torej: vzporejanje - je druga v razporejanju (v zaporedja) - v podrobnem je to ritmizir ...
 
Mind Gum is the odd little story of me, told one lurching story at a time. I am at best an eccentric. I almost went to Yale. My parents told me I should work at McDonald’s to pay for a car instead. I worked with people on a 1500-website project. I am rotting at a call center now. These are the brief glimpses of inner peace I have from being creative. If you like my debut, please share the sugar out of it. I have to be successful at even one thing in my life, and your mentioning me would be t ...
 
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Wayne Krantz returns to the show, catching us up on the latest record, his Improviser's OS instructional book, what he’s currently working on and much more. There’s some heavy wisdom on the art of pure practise and creativity in this one! Apologies for mini-break/delay, technical difficulties at TGHP towers. Wayne's Links Wayne On Patreon Wayne On …
 
“Losing Sleep” Lyrics Last night took a long walk, overwhelming my mind. Struggling to find faces, that would rather not see mine... I’ve been wandering waiting, But I’ve been going nowhere, Why does it seem I have something No one else will share? You kept me awake, Every night, I’ve been losing sleep, Every night. Though I know in my mind, its no…
 
In this remarkable episode of the Trailer Music Composer's Podcast, Rich has an incredibly in-depth discussion with a trailer music legend: Cody Still. Cody holds nothing back. He shares the story of his personal path (which includes some of the biggest companies in trailer music), his writing approach, mixing and mastering secrets and his mindset.…
 
We're on a role with the guest episodes this month! The guys sit down with Nick Johnston to discuss writing, recording, technique maintenance & breaking from the social media treadmill. (Apologies for some plosive audio at times during this episode, we’ve done our best to reduce it but the occasional P and B might catch you off guard!) Nick Johnsto…
 
This background, low-fi, instrumental groove was recorded in one take on April 30th, 2020, and I hope you enjy it and consider checking out Danny Hauger music on Spotify! You can support Danny Hauger music through my newest album, All At Once, on digital platforms everywhere, including Spotify thanks everyone!! Hauger History Store on AmpedUpLearni…
 
Turning over new leaves, While walking with your head down. Gotta pick your feet, gotta keep moving. We’re all walking. We all take strides every day, but do we think that we are, are we really trying? You have to be the one to back up your dreams, and push all those doubters aside. You have to be accountable for the person you said, and inside, tr…
 
Alina, I am so glad to meet you You’re new in town, I’d be happy to drive you around. I know the way, I drive these streets every day. I know its hard being the new person in town. You can tell me all about the doubts you have from leaving. But every test that’s given has wrong answers given. Alina, Don’t let this world deceive you. Your destiny is…
 
On Episode 298 we discuss... → "Thoughts can leave deeper scarring than almost anything else." → Is Madam Pomfrey a master potioneer? → Is Umbridge's trauma due to loss of control? → Harry is just DONE → Ultimate sassy McGonagall → Harry actually has a moment to grieve! → Ron's emotional teaspoon grows into a dessert spoon → Sirius and his parallel…
 
Spring to life Em. F. G C. G. C. Clear the land. And level. Prepare to start anew. Once dormant Now waking. Growing up for the first time And we weave a simple basket Hope it holds all the eggs we place inside. Spring to life Take your time in the sun take your time in the shade Spring to life Stemming from what once was dead. Spring to life Take s…
 
The incredible Jonathan Kreisberg returns to TGHP to talk improvisation, writing, acquiring language/vocab, creativity and of course practising guitar. Jonathan is a long time friend of the podcast and it was a total pleasure to (virtually) catch up in this multi-hour mega hang! Jonathan was actually the very first guest way back on the old live st…
 
Another edition in the series of instrumental fun I have been having lately. Enjoy the whole Danny hauger instrumental, low-fi playlist on YouTube. The videos are on my YouTube Channel! --Support my music through my newest album, All At Once, on digital platforms everywhere, thanks everyone!! Start your podcast today with a free trial here from Pod…
 
Video game music makes me smile. I think about art, style, characters, stories, and feelings of joy playing a game in carefree times. When I think about the OneUps band, I smile too, I think about collaboration, creativity, expansion of skills, learning, experimenting, performing, and spreading all of that joy all over again. Four of the guys from …
 
When you feel a chill, When you're walking alone And it's warm outside But you shake to the bone. You swivel your head around but there's no one there You feel the raising on your arm of your It's like you're been visited by a l ong lost friend. Who grew up on the same street, and wants to play again But the games aren't so simple, and there is no …
 
In this episode of the Trailer Music Composers' Podcast, Rich talks about "success": What is success in the trailer music world? How do you get there? Rich discusses a number of topics that are key to being successful, including: Quality work, Opening the "gates into the industry" Being a nice person, open to opportunities Gratitude and perseveranc…
 
On Episode 297 we discuss... → Turtleback storytelling → This is structured writing. Character-driven? Baloney! → We know that C.S. Lewis used this technique because of Rowling! → What do Twilight and Star Wars have in common with Potter? → OOTP = OCD → J.K. Rowling has a tattoo? → Literary alchemy is here to blow your mind → What does Order of the…
 
“Control” Words and Music by Danny Hauger (played on a Godin Metropolis LTD, Session, and Spector Bass) Turbines and tidal waves, Secrets I hide away, Untraveled palisades, and shores underneath my mind. I’m holding thoughts today That might erode, decay, bind If I don't say I need more help, I’ll helped me no more. I don't even want to tell you wh…
 
Rich does something a little different in this episode: an interview with another composer. Espen Haagensli, a student of the Trailer Music School, joins Rich to talk about his musical path moving from a composing hobbyist to getting his first trailer placement. Espen's story reveals some great advice for every aspiring trailer music composer! To l…
 
In this episode I will talk about George Tonks, a young and talented illustrator and how he found his unique illustration style. Most established artists have a unique style that fans admire and can be easily recognised. If you are planning to become an illustrator or digital artist you will most likely want the same: to define your own art style a…
 
Today I was able to unpack a new Spanish Guitar from D'Angelico, and I put it right into my studio. I think that this was a little bit straight ahead, but still enjoyable enough to share with everyone. There is a video on my YouTube Channel, if you would like to see it. My wife named the track when she came in to listen. Enjoy! I will be composing …
 
This week the guys talk about getting stuck in a playing or creative rut, and what you can potentially do to clamber out of it. (Warning: the words ‘rut’ and ‘rutting’ become rather humorous the more said out loud. Banterbus is full this episode). If you enjoy the show please consider supporting the podcast over on Patreon, where you can get some f…
 
Steve Physioc, the best "when we come back" in broadcasting, has been the play by play voice of professional sports for decades, an award winning author of historical fiction, including the Walls of Lucca and its sequel, career of uniquely describing the action and drama of live events with a captivating and friendly tone that has elevated his repu…
 
For this one I thought I would change things up a little. I am actually on my computer (shock horror) I wanted to show you how I mangle single samples to create tracks. Fun! To listen and read a full transcript, click here. For more trailer music stuff: https://thetrailermusicschool.comBy Richard Schrieber
 
On Episode 296 we discuss... → GoF - the one time we see Sirius as a good father figure → Why does FakeMoody teach students to throw off the Imperius Curse? → What DID Moody do to the witch who shouted, "Boo!" behind him on April Fool's Day? → "Hagrid is the actual worst." → Goblin rebellions sound fascinating! → *cough*Lockhart*cough* → "Fanfictio…
 
Charlie Paulson is an iconic guitarist and songwriter from the band Goldfinger, He talks about playing punk, ska, training, practicing, the importance of Southern California music and influences. I adore Goldfinger music, and Charlie'ability to span multiple styles has always been inspiring to me. Hear some of the motivation, thought process, and r…
 
Sail around the world, just because its Thursday. [Cause you;ve got nothing else to do] You wait for rocket launches to lift you up for the weekend. Cause you deserve it/ Take apart the fabric of everything nearby, to re-design your life. You want all the best things in life to fall to you, and who’s to tell you no? This is your day. There’ve been …
 
Cheeky extra bonus episode for you this week! In addition, those of you supporting us on Patreon will get access to the pdf materials and the video version (‘extra minutes’ + above). Tom and Beebee broadly chat chord scale theory, and then zoom in on some questions and points raised by previous episodes and on the facebook discussion group. Stay sa…
 
“Hold Tight” (Blind Spot) Capo 3 Em.Am Em. Am. C. G. C. D There's a blind spot, I can't see around it. Did I just make myself a target? There’s a corollary to the argument, There’s a fallacy in the sentiment IM SO TIRED, IM SO TIRED I can’t predict the past around this, I can’t know what I will be able to resist. I feel my vision is escaping, Repla…
 
In this episode I talk about something pretty, pretty, pretty important. I'd love to write some more stuff here but I fear I would give away my "secret" tool. If you want to find out, you're gonna have to listen :D To listen and read a full transcript, click here. For more Trailer related stuff: https://thetrailermusicschool.com…
 
Gary Gerould is the reason I became a broadcaster, and love the field of radio enough to make it my college Major, he didn’t know I would graduate during the recession, and need to turn to teaching, so I don’t hold that against him. With more than 2,700 professional sports broadcasts, 5th among active broadcasters in longevity, with wok ranging fro…
 
“Earn your Wings” by Danny Hauger and Tia Beem Heaviness, 1 Asphalt runway, Rolling wheels, The roar of spinning turbines. Safe at home, Silent staircase 2 Hollow shell, Your Baggage won’t fit in my suitcase. And a ns we rise, I can’t help, but remember, How far we could fall . Earn your wings, Go Mile by mile. And as you ascend You’ll forget, how …
 
This week Beebee, Quayle and Smith chat to Ross Campbell about his conscious, early decision to move from studying music at university to crafting an online guitar business. Topics include using YouTube as the primary audience builder, workflows and generating ideas, avoiding burnout, balancing practise with ‘work’ and of course, how Ross visualise…
 
San Diego Ska star Jonas Kleiner, guitar proper of Buck o nine, one of my all time favorite Ska bands, joins me now on Danny Hauger Podcasts. What Stellar opportunity to talk to one of third wave skas best. Jonas joined Danny Hauger via Zoom for a wide-ranging discussion from his influences, to group sound and development, to blending methodology f…
 
In this episode I am answering a question from my community: "How do I go about creating a template for organic sound design track?" I love this question as it challenges some of my previous teachings about templates and workflow. Always good to challenge your own knowledge and practices. This one just goes into ANOTHER way of working that I use fo…
 
Inspiring Teachers Crossover episode with guest Seth Wilson, Jeopardy Champion! And next week: Buck-Nine Guitarist Jonas Kleiner! Today's interview with Jeopardy Champion and all-around good guy, freelance producer/director Seth Wilson joins Danny Hauger for an episode of Inspiring Teachers. This is a special preview of the podcast to be released n…
 
On Episode 295 we discuss... → How did Ron get away with bringing a rat to school, anyway? → Are magical pets a reflection of their owners? OMG YES → "Errol's going to outlive them all." → Crackpot theories about Crookshanks and Mrs. Norris → Amphibious metamorphosis and how it compares to Neville → How phoenixes are like jellyfish... and hipsters …
 
Part of the 2020 solitary project of low-fi hip-hop tracks from Danny Hauger music studios, played on a Spector Legend Bass Guitar. "Contract Limits" is also enhanced by an Arturia Keyboard and a Zager Zad-50CE acoustic guitar! support my music through my newest album, All At Once, on digital platforms everywhere, thanks everyone!! Start your podca…
 
New music flowing freely during this official spring break time from school. No where to go but in the recording room, gratefully a break from everything happening, and today, another peaceful, easy going, slow groove, free download featuring Spector Bass and D'Angelico Boardwalk electric guitar. Only three tracks and little processing! Enjoy and s…
 
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