International Podcast Day Film Music Roundtable Discussion


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Welcome one and all to this very special International Podcast Day broadcast here on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO.

I’m Erik Woods the host and producer of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO and today’s program is a film music roundtable discussion.

On September 22nd, Jason Drury the host of THE ARCHIVE on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO paid us a visit all the way from Ramsgate in the UK. He spent a week here in the Kitchener Waterloo area, visited the sites and traveled to Toronto for a day to check out the CN Tower and a Toronto Blue Jays games.

Before Jason's visit, Robert Daniels of VISIONS IN SOUND and myself thought that with Jason here in town we should do a roundtable film music discussion. Just basically chat about film music and see if anything good comes out of it. We also invited composer David Coscina to participate.

On Sunday, September 23rd, at 8 pm Robert, David, Jason and I crammed ourselves in one of the production studios at CKWR in Waterloo. We sat there and chatted for 2 hours and discussed a wide variety of topics from technology in film music, to the lack of women writing music for film to candid film composer interviews and everything in between.

Before we jump into the show I just want to introduce the panel to you.

Jason Drury is the host of THE ARCHIVE on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO. He is also the producer of the fabulous epic three-part radio documentary on the life and music of James Horner.

Also in the booth is David Coscina. On his Soundcloud page, he called his himself an anachronistic composer who believes strongly in the foundations of music laid out by Mahler, Stravinsky, Ravel, Debussy, Shostakovich, Vaughan Williams among countless others. David and I have been fortunate enough to work together on a few projects and since 2013 he’s giving CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO a unique musical voice by composing the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO FANFARE AND THEME that you hear off the topic of every program.

Manning the board is Robert Daniels. Robert has been hosting and producing his very own soundtrack radio program called VISIONS IN SOUND, which is quickly closing in on the 1000 episode milestone. The show can be heard on CKWR 98.5FM in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. The show airs live every Saturday morning from 12-2am (Eastern Time), Friday 9-11pm (Pacific Time) and you can listen to the program online at

Thank you very much for taking the time to join us on this very special day for podcasters. Let us know what you thought about the show. And if you have a suggestion for a future program then please email Erik Woods or make a suggestion via Twitter or Facebook.

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