Showing posts with label Music. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Music. Show all posts

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Power of music

I know this is a silly post, but hey. I was about to start a video critique for my online workshop and as I was firing up the animator's sequence the best thing ever happened. I pretty much always listen to music and today I was listening to Die Hard 2: Die Harder - Deluxe Edition 2 Disc Set (I had to write that). And for some heavenly reason, the music and the sequence synced up perfectly! Of course I had to start the critique with that fact and here's the excerpt:


Makes it all already awesome.

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Paperman - Score

I quite liked the score to Paperman and immediately got it. You can head over to iTunes or Amazon to do the same. Would be cool to get a compilation of Pixar shorts music too.

- found via Big Screen Animation

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Looking for a composer? - Ariel Guez

In case anybody is in need:

I'm a freelance composer with experience in films, theaters and video games.
Currently, I'm available for any size of project(trailer, title themes or full movie soundtrack).

you're welcome to
watch some of my music on videos, or listen to music through my website.


 Ariel Guez

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Movies on the Radio - Music for Pixar

Not animation per se, but I love movie scores and if you do as well, I'd recommend checking out the "Movies on the Radio - Music for Pixar". It's a great collection, with cues from "Up", "Toy Story 1-3", "The Incredibles", etc.

Thanks Jonathan Korzen for the tip!

... WQXR's "Movies on the Radio," hosted by David Garland. This show featured the music of Pixar as a tribute to the life and accomplishments of Steve Jobs.

Pixar Animation Studio's computer-animated films provide great story-telling, with memorable characters, playfully astonishing visuals, and compelling music. For their feature films, Pixar has used three talented composers: Randy Newman, Thomas Newman, and Michael Giacchino.

Garland presented music for such Pixar films as "Toy Story," "Up," "WALL-E," "Ratatouille," "Finding Nemo," and others, while reflecting on the ability to Pixar's music to communicate clever motifs and powerful emotions. Saturday’s program included Randy Newman’s “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” (Toy Story) and Michael Giacchino’s “Seizing the Spirit of Adventure” (Up).