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The Sound of Horror - this Friday on WZBC

From Brian's email:

Hi friends

I wanted to let you all know about a radio program I'm producing on film sound design called "The Sound of Horror". It will air this Friday night October 22nd on WZBC 90.3 FM at 7pm EST. This is a 3+ hour radio broadcast on sound design in science-fiction and horror films I originally produced in 2003. I'm emailing people who I think might be interested in this program; feel free to forward this along.

I'm very excited about this year's program. It's been revised to include sound design in films outside the horror genre, with special focus on the work of sound designers Walter Murch (THX 1138, The Conversation, Apocalypse Now) and Alan Splet (Eraserhead, The Elephant Man, Blue Velvet). This year I'm joined by cohosts Mike Frengel, a PhD in electroacoustic composition who teaches film sound design at Northeastern University and filmmaker Michael Neel, the writer/director of Drive-In Horrorshow, which Horror Hound Magazine called "a creative spin on throw-back anthology horror". Other interviews and guest appearances (as time allows) by sound designers Craig Henighan (Requiem For a Dream), Ren Klyce (Seven, Fight Club), Ron Nagle (The Exorcist), Sound Dogs supervising sound editor Stephen Barden, and Steven J. Schneider, author of the books "Fear Without Frontiers", "1001 Films You Must See Before You Die", and "Dark Thoughts: Philosophic Reflections on Cinematic Horror". (Our bibliography for this program includes Michel Chion's "Audio Vision" and Elizabeth Weis' "Film Sound: Theory and Practice".)

Hope you'll tune in this Friday. You can tune in remotely via the online streams at the link below.

Friday October 22 2010
7:00-10:00PM EST
WZBC 90.3 FM
Live streams here:

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