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My guest this week is television and film composer Chris Boardman, who was one of my first guests when I started this podcast 4 years ago. He was originally on episode #11. Acknowledged for his work in film, TV, records and academia, Chris is a six time Emmy Award winner with 13 Emmy Nominations, and […]Continue reading
My guest this week is Greg Curtis, who is not only a session and touring trumpet player and accomplished engineer, but he’s also the founder of The Bridge Recording, which is one of the busiest scoring stages in Hollywood. The Bridge is actually one of the few studios anywhere that’s found its business increasing in […]Continue reading
Richard Gibbs has composed the music for over 60 films as well as some great television shows like The Simpsons and Battlestar Galactica. He’s a good friend and a great story teller, so it was time to have him back on the podcast (he was on Episode #38 a couple of years ago). In Part […]Continue reading