TMN002 – Film & TV Composer Steve Dancz, and The Importance of Batching

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In this episode, we cover why multimedia ninjas need to learn to batch similar tasks together (for sanity), and our guest is Film & TV composer and Recording Academy Governor Steve Dancz.

With Steve Dancz, we discuss the process of scoring for TV and Film; his score for the Superbowl pregame; and his trip to Tibet (and film score).

Also, the usual weekly data dump, some new books, and a bit of sailing.

Here are some links we mentioned:

The Official Website of Steve Dancz:
SteveDancz.com

Why-no-soundThe link to get the film “Sacred Sites of the Dalai Lama” (featuring Steve as narrator and onscreen personality, *and* soundtrack composer)
TheMultimediaNinja.com/sacred

The links to my Dad (Ray Rogers)’s book and website
TheMultimediaNinja.com/pops
www.RayBRogers.com

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One comment on “TMN002 – Film & TV Composer Steve Dancz, and The Importance of Batching
  1. “Commit!” Fascinating subjects brilliantly tackled. Love the front-line perspectives and insights from your guests. Dig the sailing adventures too. Can’t wait for the next!

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