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Cinematic Sound Radio is a film, TV, and video game music radio show heard exclusively on-line and on-demand after spending its first ten years on terrestrial radio at C101.5 FM in Hamilton, Ontario. Host and producer Erik Woods.

Cinematic Sound Radio is a film, TV, and video game music radio show heard exclusively on-line and on-demand after spending its first ten years on terrestrial radio at C101.5 FM in Hamilton, Ontario. Host and producer Erik Woods.
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Hamilton, Ontario

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Cinematic Sound Radio is a film, TV, and video game music radio show heard exclusively on-line and on-demand after spending its first ten years on terrestrial radio at C101.5 FM in Hamilton, Ontario. Host and producer Erik Woods.

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English


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Interview with Recording Engineer Mike Ross-Trevor Part 2 | Host Jason Drury

5/11/2018
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CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO’s composer interview series continues as Jason Drury concludes his chat with legendary recording engineer, Mike Ross-Trevor. In February 2018, Jason Drury interviewed legendary film music engineer, Mike Ross Trevor and was thrilled that so many people out there enjoyed the show. Soon after completing the show, Jason decided that one show dedicated to Mike’s work was not enough, so he decided to do a companion piece to the interview show which features music from six...

Duration:02:23:45

Heart To Heart with Erik Woods | Cinematic Sound Radio Hiatus

5/5/2018
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| TRANSCRIPTION OF EPISODE | Hello everyone, Erik here, and I’m just kind of in the middle of something. It is related to the radio show and I have a little time on my own this weekend and just kind of reflecting on my message that I put on Twitter and Facebook about this hiatus that I’m on. I thought that you, my listeners, deserved an explanation and I’m a terrible, terrible writer and usually, in these cases, people will write a note. And I’ve done that in the past. It’s just that I’m...

Duration:00:23:06

The Archive with Jason Drury: Episode Nine

4/23/2018
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On episode nine of THE ARCHIVE, host Jason Drury presents music from both film and television from genres ranging from westerns, science-fiction, fantasy, and horror. The show starts with music from 1985 Richard Donner classic THE GOONIES with an original score by Dave Grusin. You’ll then hear selections from Tadlow Records second volume of newly recorded music from the early 60’s anthology television series THRILLER with music by Jerry Goldsmith. And then you’ll hear music from Jerry’s...

Duration:02:27:56

Lost In Space, Ready Player One, Max & Me and MORE New Soundtracks

4/12/2018
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On this week’s episode of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO, we will be featuring six new and recent soundtrack releases.You’ll first hear exciting music from Alan Silvestri’s score to Steven Spielberg’s READY PLAYER ONE. You’ll also hear selections from Mark McKenzie’s MAX & ME, James Newton Howard’s RED SPARROW, Ludwig Goransson’s BLACK PANTHER, Christopher Lennertz’s LOST IN SPACE and Bear McCreary’s THE CLOVERFIELD PARADOX. Our John Williams score of the week is THE FURY released in 1978. And our...

Duration:02:26:23

The Archive with Jason Drury: Episode Eight

4/2/2018
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On episode eight of THE ARCHIVE, host Jason Drury presents music from six films and a tribute to composer taken way too soon. The show starts with selections from SILENCE OF THE LAMBS with music by Howard Shore. Then you’ll hear suites from John Du Prez’s score for A FISH CALLED WANDA, PLATOON by Georges Delerue, ATTACK THE BLOCK by Steven Price, Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe, GORILLAS IN THE MIST by Maurice Jarre and THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO LITTLE by Christopher Young. Jason then...

Duration:02:21:52

Top 10 | Favourite Western Tracks Of All Time

3/26/2018
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Welcome back to the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO TOP 10. On the program today, I’m going to play for you my ten favourite western tracks of all time and four honourable mentions. This show idea was suggested to me by fellow IFMCA member, Asier G. Senarriaga. You’ll hear selections from composers Bruce, Broughton, James Newton Howard, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Dimitri Tiomkin, Ennio Morricone, Elmer Bernstein, Alfred Newman, and more. You’ll also hear a suite of music from James Horner’s...

Duration:02:09:10

Archival Program: Irish Film Music Mix Special with Tim Burden

3/17/2018
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GUEST HOST: TIM BURDEN Back in March of 2011, Tim Burden presented this wonderful program featuring music to get you in the Irish spirit as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. On the program you will hear music from the classic Victor Young score to THE QUIET MAN, John Williams’ music from ANGELA’S ASHES and FAR AND AWAY, Rachel Portman’s lovely opening title music from WAR OF THE BUTTONS, George Fenton’s spirited Overture from HIGH SPIRITS and many, many more. Cinematic Sound...

Duration:01:10:42

Favourite Scores of 2017 | Part II

3/14/2018
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On today’s episode, we are presenting the long-awaited, final episode of our TOP 20 FAVOURITE SCORES OF 2017 program. I’ve been absent from the program for about a month now. A terrible flu ripped through my family in February, which also affected me, and only now am I starting to feel somewhat normal. The first part of our countdown celebrated selections 20 through to 11. You can hear that program by going to http://www.cinematicsound.net/favourite-scores-of-2017-part-i/ Today’s program...

Duration:02:38:12

Interview with Recording Engineer Mike Ross-Trevor | Host Jason Drury

3/8/2018
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CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO’s composer interview series continues as Jason Dury chats with legendary recording engineer, Mike Ross-Trevor. Mike Ross-Trevor is one of film music finest engineers. Originally recording Pop Music in the 1960s and 70s, Ross-Trevor’s first film score recording could not have been more spectacular, Jerry Goldsmith’s LEGEND in 1985. Ross-Trevor continued an association with Goldsmith for 14 years ending with THE MUMMY in 1999. Mike Ross-Trevor also has been a close...

Duration:02:27:36

Interview with Mike Matessino | Guest Host Tim Burden

2/23/2018
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Future Proofing the Music of John Williams In late November 2017, Mike Matessino was over in London to work on forthcoming John Williams expanded scores (which La La Land have recently hinted at), in addition to hosting a Q&A with Leslie Bricusse. Not Williams related, but the premiere of a new 4K 50th Anniversary remaster of Dr. Dolittle. You can experience this brilliant Q&A with Mike and Leslie in this month’s edition of FSM Online (http://www.FSMOnlinemag.com). As a side note, I did...

Duration:02:12:48

The Archive with Jason Drury: Episode Seven

2/16/2018
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On episode seven of THE ARCHIVE, host Jason Drury showcases music from seven films; three new releases and four from CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO’s vast film and television music archive. The show opens with Alan Silvestri’s dazzling score for the classic 1988 film, WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT? Then you’ll hear selections from David Shire’s rejected score for APOCALYPSE NOW from La La Land Records and John Williams’ Oscar-nominated score for ANGELA’S ASHES. Jason then plays music from the classic...

Duration:02:17:57

Favourite Scores of 2017 | Part I

2/11/2018
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On today’s episode, we are presenting our long-awaited, highly anticipated TOP 20 FAVOURITE SCORES OF 2017 program. This first part of our countdown celebrates selections 20 through to 11 featuring the film, TV and video game music of Chris Tilton, Don Davis, Benjamin Wallfisch, Bear McCreary, Randy Kerber, Jessica Curry, Naoki Sato, Alexandre Desplat, Austin Wintory and Panu Aaltio. We’ll have part two for you sometime next week. With that, enjoy the countdown! Cinematic Sound...

Duration:02:19:21

Joyous Film and Concert Music

2/1/2018
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On this week’s episode of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO, I thought I’d produce an old-school film music mix program. I’ve been producing film music mix programs since my days on Mohawk College Radio. I also have a collection of these mixed bag programs here on the site which you can listen to by going to http://www.cinematicsound.net/category/film-music-mix/ Usually, these film music mix programs don’t have a theme… I just pick random tracks or random albums and play them for a few hours....

Duration:02:02:21

The Archive With Jason Drury: Episode Six

1/29/2018
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On episode six of THE ARCHIVE, the first show of 2018, host Jason Drury showcases six brand new expanded archival soundtracks released at the end of 2017. However, to open the program, you’ll hear selections from the first major release of 2018, Michael Kamen’s swashbuckling score to 1991’s ROBIN HOOD: PRINCE OF THIEVES from Intrada Records. The great music continues as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of James Horner ‘s Academy Award-winning score to TITANIC, the 40th anniversary of...

Duration:02:15:06

In The Spotlight: More Re-Recordings

1/17/2018
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On this week’s episode of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO, we will be shining the spotlight again on film, TV and video game re-recordings. Back in August of 2016, we presented a similar re-recording program. We also featured John Williams re-recordings, James Horner re-recordings, Elmer Bernstein re-recordings, and an entire tribute to Charles Gerhardt. Today you will hear selections from EL HOMBRE ESPONJA (THE MAN SPONGE) by Fernando Velazquez, JULIUS CAESER by Miklos Rozsa, SOMETHING WICKED...

Duration:02:06:36

Interview with Nic Raine | Host Jason Drury

1/10/2018
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CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO’s composer interview series continues with an in-depth discussion with composer, arranger, conductor Nic Raine. In September 2017, Jason Drury talked to Nic Raine via Skype at his home in Germany. During the interview, Raine talks about the many collaborations in his career including his first meeting with John Barry, his work on silent film scores with Carl Davis and James Bernard, his film score re-constructions, the Wallace & Gromit films, Star Wars: The Clone Wars...

Duration:02:24:24

The Archive With Jason Drury: Episode Five

12/21/2017
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On episode five of THE ARCHIVE, host Jason Drury celebrates STAR WARS and gets into the festive mood with some Christmas favourites. The show is literally a show of two halves. The first half acknowledges the release of the latest film in the Star Wars series, STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI, by looking back at scores from films influenced by the success of the series set in a galaxy far, far away. First, we’ll sample music from Stu Phillips’ memorable score from the pilot of BATTLESTAR...

Duration:02:49:30

Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Coco, The Shape of Water and More NEW Soundtracks

12/14/2017
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On this week’s episode of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO, we will be featuring a new and recent CD releases round-up program.You’ll first hear an extended suite of music from John Williams new score to STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI. You’ll also hear music from COCO by Michael Giacchino, THE SHAPE OF WATER by Alexandre Desplat, WAY OF THE REBELLION by George Shaw, CALL OF DUTY: WWII by Wilbert Roget II, THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI by Carter Burwell, and THE LAST WARRIOR by George...

Duration:02:08:59

Danny Elfman: Superhero and Comic Book Movie Score Legend

12/9/2017
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On this week's episode of CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO, we centre our attention on legendary composer Danny Elfman and his work in the superhero/comic book movie genre. Almost 30 years ago Danny Elfman began his journey into the world of comic books and superheroes with his classic and timeless score to Batman in 1989. Since then Elfman has worked on numerous comic book and superhero films and TV programs and today we are going to listen to selections from almost all of those productions...

Duration:02:40:35

The Archive With Jason Drury: Episode Four

12/7/2017
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On episode four of THE ARCHIVE, host Jason Drury presents another jam-packed show featuring four new releases and four releases mined from the archive. The program opens up with music Intrada Records new release of James Horner’s controversial replacement score to TROY. Jason then takes you back to 1982 and features Vangelis’ classic score to Ridley Scott’s sci-fi masterpiece, BLADE RUNNER. Roy Budd returns to The Archive as we play selections from Caldera Records release of WILD GEESE 2....

Duration:02:43:27

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