Wednesday, November 28, 2018

|Podcast| Composer - Nick Soole


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Born in Sydney, Australia,
Nick Soole is a Los Angeles-based composer for film, television and video games.

With a background as a composer, performer and producer of rock, pop, jazz and experimental music in Sydney’s music scene; Nick moved to Los Angeles in 2011 where he began working alongside prominent film, television and video game composers.

In 2013 Nick graduated (with honors) from the University Of Southern California’s Scoring For Motion Pictures and Television program.

Since then Nick has provided music for numerous large scale and independent media projects, with music heard on such TV networks as ABC, NBC, Cartoon Network, Hallmark, Lifetime and Syfy.


JEANBOOKNERD PODCAST 2018:TWENTY THREE
GUEST: NICK SOOLE
JOURNALIST: ERIK WERLIN
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JBN Journalist, Erik Werlin interviews the team of amazing composers at SDCC.
Nick Soole, Joshua Mosley, Gordy Haab, Selina Wilken, Adam Lastiwka, Tree Adams and Gregory King.
From Left to Right

Some of Nick's work throughout his career. Visit his IMDB to find out more!

ROBOT CHICKEN
Cartoon Network l 2015 Composer
Pop culture references fly thick and fast as stop-motion animation is featured in sketches lampooning everything from television movies to comic books.

TRIVIA
The show is based on a regular feature in ToyFare Magazine, of which Matthew Senreichwas the Editor. The feature was titled "Twisted ToyFare Theater" and had various toys in bizarre situations. Then, Senreich interviewed Seth Green for his magazine, and Green approached Senreich about doing an animated series based on the magazine feature. The result was an Internet series titled "Sweet J Presents", which aired on Sony's website in 2001. Green and Senreich then pitched the show to the Cartoon Network.

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE
Cartoon Network l 2015 - 2017
Main Title Vocals / Vocal Processing
When a new army of Decepticons appear, Bumblebee must lead a new team of Autobots to Earth against their eternal foes.

TRIVIA
The series was meant to cater to a younger crowd than its prequel series Transformers Prime (2010), since network reports have shown that Transformers cartoons aimed at smaller children produce better ratings and since the older part of the fan community isn't large enough of a consumer base for Hasbro to aim an entire cartoon series at. It is essentially meant for kids who have become familiar with the franchise through Transformers: Rescue Bots (2011) but have since grown out of that show and are now ready to discover the larger universe of the Transformers brand.


DISNEY INFINITY 3.0
The third instalment in Disney's toys to life game franchise. Collecting characters from Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars.

TRIVIA
Due to the cancellation of the game, some figures were never released. They announced many characters that were coming to the game such as: Peter Pan, Doctor Strange, Spider-Gwen, Moana, Maui, Belle, Beast, Goofy, Steamboat Willie/Willy, and many more characters. Also, Disney Infinity 4.0, Disney Infinity 5.0, and playsets to go along with: Rouge One: A Star Wars Story (2016), Cars 3 (2017, Coco (2017), Thor: Ragnarök (2017), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), and Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017).

MURDER IN THE FIRST
A single murder case is dissected from the committing of the crime through to the investigation, arrest and trial.


Follows the lonely, twisted trek of a medieval bounty hunter who seeks vengeance on the monster that killed his only daughter.

STORY LINE

A warrior travels wild expanses on horseback, pursuing the monster that murdered his daughter. His thirst for revenge is the driving force of a film constructed with very few elements, minimalistic and epic at the same time, where fantasy and horror find their more physical and gory incarnations (synopsis in the 2018 Sitges Filmfestival programme catalogue).
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