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  1. 1. THESOUND Hans zimmer, a life dedicated to soundtracks Films reviews Music Technology And many more things... All you have to know about films and music March 2016 num. 23
  2. 2. © ramonespelt - Fotolia.com #71967345 © Falcon Eyes - Fotolia.com #65402914 © ramonespelt - Fotolia.com #72352378 © kantver - Fotolia. com #65379845 CONTENTS True life stories about cinema and music Page 6 DJS are the new ROckstars page 8 t EDITOR Christian Medrano @ChristianMedr10 h TEAM Miriam Bailach, editor assistant @MiriamBailach Claudia Gonzalez, Comercial Director @ClauGonz97 Marc Lopez, Layout and design @MarcLopez23 i ADVERTISE TCM Ads w WEBSITE www.thesound.com AND THE OSCAR GOES TO... PAGE 10 -2-
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  4. 4. © kantver - Fotolia.com #69815323 Hey there! What’s up? Welcome to the first issue of The Sound, a magazine that will make you enjoy while you are reading it. Mainly, it will be about music and cinema, a really impressive topic for geeks of mul- timedia who like to be on top. This maga- zine will be available every month with the breaking-news of the moment, interviews to famous people and some interesting and funny articles. Every week, you will find two fascinating true-life stories and two film reviews made by professional critics. But that’s not all; you will find different items associated with music’s world, and a section to know about some famous musician. In this issue we in- terviewed Marc López and Ellie Goulding which, actually, was an amazing experience. We’ve worked very hard on this magazine and we hope that you are delighted with it! Remember to tell all your friends about our new magazine, the best one about music and cinema. You can also find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram where we will post photos about our work time and how we make the interviews. Have Fun!!! Christian Medrano Leter From the editor Miriam Bailach was born in Barcelona in 1997. One of her favorite hobbies is to listen to music. However, she is more interested in films and she wants to be something related with Audiovisual Media. Marc Lopez is an audiovisual student from Lliçà d’Amunt. He’s intertested in Music, specially in electronic genres, also he’s a keen on films. For this reason, is studying audiovisuals media on Tecno- campus. In magazine he uses his de- sign knowledge for make the layout of it. Christian Medrano is an audioviusal student from Barcelona. Since some years ago he’s been inter- ested with the cinema, that’s why he’s studying adiovisual media at Tecnocampus. Right now he’s working on some projects, one of them is that magazine and we’re very happy with his work as a director. Clàudia González is an 18 years-old girl from Barcelona and she is passionate about photography. Besides , since some years ago she’s been interested with publicity but she has opted to study Audio- visual Media at Tecnocampus (Pompeu Fabra). Right now she is working with a project called “The sound”. -4-
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  6. 6. © ramonespelt - Fotolia.com #71967345 much respect for ghosts and I cannot live with one of them” Thomas said, terrified. His parents’ house was smaller than his. In addition, it is located in a dangerous neighborhood. “I will moved from house when I find another place for I can live” Thomas thought. However, as the time passed, increasingly he felt better with his family, and their relationship grew posi- tively. One night, Thomas opened his eyes and he saw beside him the shade again. He was terrified and he decided to go to the hospital because he believed that it was the only way to know what had really happened. Be- fore the doctor told his result Thomas could read what his eyes said. “Unfortunately you have a highly devel- oped brain tumor…” he remembered the doctor’s words. The musician decided to sell the Arizona’s house and he stayed with his parents in California. “I have a fabulous house, but why do I want it if I don’t have anyone with whom to enjoy it? I don’t know how long I will live, but I’m sure that I will spend my time with the people who love me”.. A ghost invades Thomas Newman’s house A s you may know, Thomas Montgomery New- man was borned in California, USA, in 1955. Nowadays, he is one of the most celebrat- ed soundtrack composers. He has orches- trated more than fifty films in the last three decades. Two years ago Thomas moved to a mansion far from his family, in Phoenix, Arizona. “I needed to have my space far away from everybody and I wanted to compose my songs alone” Thomas said. Her house was amazing and it was 450 m2. Besides it had four floors with spa, a gym, a room where he could compose songs and so like. In other words, he had a house that many people would like to have. Months later, Thomas stopped enjoying his house when he started to see weird events. A dark shade appeared to him every midnight in his bedroom and because of it he could not sleep peacefully. ”I had someone beside me who was looking at me while I was sleeping” he affirmed. For this reason he decided to perform some rituals to de- lete the spirit which lived with him. Moreover, he searched a cure so that he could solve his problem. All the same, nothing he did was worth, then, the musician decided to move again to his parents’ house, in California. “I have -6- by Clàudia González
  7. 7. © ramonespelt - Fotolia.com #72352378 Doluptatio cum re vit lacculpa vollabo ressin et que consectatemo veribus as es exercia epratiam, cusdaero blam lant laccaer chictium quoditatem aut ea et et pa vero. MOLORRO MODI QUOSTIBUSA MEMORIES OF A SURVIVOR O ne of the most important soundtracks in his- tory is “My heart will go on” sang by Celine Dion. Dion accepted to be in charge of the song when she found out why James Camer- on wanted to produce that film, “He wishes that every- body knows the truth about Titanic.” Violet Jessop, helped James Cameron by telling him her story at the ship. White Star Line’s vessel had the three largest and most luxurious boats in the world, all of which ended up in a disaster. Their names were: the Olympic, Britannic and Titanic. The most incredible thing, considering that she was in the ships at the moment of the misfortunes, is that Violet Jessop survived to all of them. On April 10th 1912, the craft known as “Ship of dreams”, RMS Titanic, left from Southampton. Violet was in the ship because she was required to be employed as a maid. Lat- er on April 23rd 1912, at 23:45 hours, according to the registers of the time, the gigantic ship collided with an ice- berg triggering one of the biggest maritime tragedies of the history. Ms. Jessop was commanded to go on one of the life boats with her maid-mates to show the crew’s feared passen- gers that it was safe. That random fact made that 705 people survived to that fateful and cold night. As Jessop said, at the lifeboat number 16, where she was, one of the Titanic’s officers gave her a baby to take care of until they were rescued. Then the long hours of waiting and the cold of the night came, listening to the ones who were perishing in the frozen waters. Finally, a ship came to rescue all the people who were swimming in the frozen sea. In conclusion, the most important according to Violet Jes- sop was hope, the one she never lost. James Cameron thought that she was a real survivor and for that reason so he had the necessity of showing it in the film. What most impressed Céline Dion was that despite all these tragedies, Jessop never gave up sailing. -7- by Miriam Bailach
  8. 8. P erhaps this tittle can create confronta- tion among electronic music and rock fans. But let’s see why a lot of experts are discussing it. Rock music emerged in the 50’s in the states. Since this times is pres- ent in our music culture and a lot of people has listened, is listening and will listen to it, but not with the same popularity that this music had in the past. In fact, rock music is more than music. There’s a culture between rock, during its gold decade moved a lot of people and generat- ed a lot of money. But nowadays there’s a new exponent in the music world: the electronic music. This genre exists since the beginning of 20th century but its popularity raised up in the 70’s. Like the rock music, it has a lot of subge- nres. But House music and all the variants that it has are the more popular. House was born in the States, like Rock, concretely in Chicago and Detroit. So, in fact these two genres had lived together. But rock music was more popular un- til the start of 21th century. However today this is different. In the past DJs were only the peo- ple who played music in a club, and the rock- stars were the most well-known musicians. DJs are the new Rockstars Guitars are now Cd players Article by Marc Lopez -8-
  9. 9. © hurricane - Fotolia.com #44152951 T hey won a lot of money, filled stadiums with their concerts and had bizarre life. All people know the famous phrase “Sex, drugs and Rock&Roll”. But all of this has changed. Since the clubs culture has started to rise up the image of the DJ is different. Today, the DJs fill stadiums, generate a lot of money and many famous pop singers want to collaborate with it. This is present in numbers. According to Forbes, Calvin Harris won 66 millions of dollars in the last year. Also nowadays the industry of elec- tronic music generates 6.9 billions of dollars and since the last years it has raised up a 49%. Anoth- er example can be the electronic music festivals. Tomorrowland is one of the most famous mu- sic festivals, during his first edition in 2005 sold 10.000 tickets, in 2015 sold 180.000. To conclude, it’s obvious that electronic music nowadays is the top exponent in the industry, and today it’s in constant rising. Although rock music is alive and will continue staying in our ears for a long time. TOp 10 Paid DJs 1. CAlvin HArris $66 M 2. David Guetta $37 M 3. Tiësto $36 M 4. SKrillex $24 M 5. Steve Aoki $24 M 6. Avicii $19 M 7. Kaskade $18 M 8. MArtin Garrix $17 M 9. Zedd $17 M 10. Afrojack $16 M -9-
  10. 10. © Falcon Eyes - Fotolia.com #65402914 © Falcon Eyes - Fotolia.com #67355310 all you have to know about the Ceremony AND THE OSCAR GOES TO... Article by Miriam Bailach DUIS VENENATIS NIBH IN TUR MAIORE REIUM RE NOBIT HARUM ENNIO MORRICONE WHIT HIS OSCAR RYLANCE, LARSON, DICAPRIO AND VIKANDER WITH THEIR OSCAR. O ne of the most waited gala took place in the Dolby Theatre, in Los Angeles. The nerves were increasing between the nominees for the Oscar. But the most shocking part of the night was the complaint about the lack of black nominated despite of it the presenter was Chris Rock who cleared up their disagreement on that issue of the event, by using parody. Spotlight from Michael Sugar was one of the main surprises of the show by its Oscar for the Best Screenplay. It’s a true story about the journalism investigation which reveals some cases of sexual abuse made by some priests of the Catholic Church in Boston. The unexpected no-winners of the Oscar was The Revenant but, nevertheless, his main actor, Leonardo Dicaprio, got his first Oscar for being the Best Actor, after four previous failed nominations. Alejandro G. Iñarritu, who directed the film, won the prize to Best Director. -10-
  11. 11. © Falcon Eyes - Fotolia.com #65536940 Brie Larson took her first Oscar for her role in the film The Room. The plot is about a mother and child who, after being kidnapped for seven years, manage to es- cape from the cockpit where have remained locked so they experience together how the outside world works. Swedish actress Alicia Vikander won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as an artist whose husband subject himself to a sexual-change sur- gery in the film The Danish Girl. Mad Max: fury road was nominated for 10 Oscar, only 6 of them for technical prizes. Son of Saul by Laszlo Nemes won the Oscar for the Best Non-English Speaking Film. Adam McKay got the prize for Best Adapted Screenplay for Big bet. He said: “If you want that big capital control the Government, not vote for candidates who take mon- ey from big banks, oil or rare billionaires: which runs out already!”No doubt, the Oscar which transmit to the pub- lic more emotion was the one given to the Italian Ennio Morricone, which was his first Oscar, for the soundtrack of Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight”. Lady Gaga’s performance excited many people with her song “Till it happens to you” and also for her passionate exhibition of that song which is about something she lived years ago: she was a victim of sexual abuse. During the melody many victims as her appeared on stage with messages written in their arms. LADY GAGA DURING HIS PERFORMANCE The winners Picture: Spotlight Director: Alejandro G. Iñárritu Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio Actress: Brie Larson Supporting Actor: Mark Rylance Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander Original Screenplay: Tom McCarthy & Josh Singer Adapted Screnplay: Adam McKay & Charles Randolph Animated Featured Film: Inside Out Foreign Language Film: Son of Saul Documentary: Amy Short Documentary: A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness Short Film: Sluttered Animated Short Film: Bear Story Original Score: The Hateful Eight – Ennio Morricone Original Song: “Writing’s on the Wall” from Spectre by Jimmy Napes and Sam Smith Sound Editing: Mad Max: Fury Road Sound Mixing: Mad Max: Fury Road Production Design: Mad Max: Fury Road Cinematography: The Revenant Makeup and Hairstyle: Mad Max: Fury Road Costume Design: Mad Max: Fury Road Film Editing: Mad Max: Fury Road Visual Effects: Ex Machina -11-
  12. 12. H ans Zimmer is considered one of the best music composers, nowadays, on the cinema, he is also a pioneer of the integration of electronic music. He was born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1957 and he started to play the piano when he was a child. After that, he moved to London to collaborate with his mentor, Stanley Myers. In 1988, he was nominated for the Best Soundtrack at The Oscars for his work in Rain Man which won the Best Film award that year. In that point, cinema’s world realized about his work and focus on the youngest composer of that time. He was able to adapt his music com- positions to any kind of film he was required. At the beginnings of the 90s, he was absolutely known as a famous composer. That was shown, thanks to his work with Walt Disney in 1994, when he won an Oscar from the Academy for his work in the Lion King which was all directed and produced by him. hans zimmer a life dedicated to sountracks Article by Christian MEdrano -12-
  13. 13. © hurricane - Fotolia.com #44152951 D uring the last decade, he has been nominated at Oscars many times, but just blaze to victory for Lion King. The oth- er nominations were in charge of Gladi- ator (2000), Sherlock Holmes, Inception (2010) and Interstellar (2014). He didn’t win those times but loads of viewers considered that the triumph should be given to him. On the other hand, he also won 2 Gold- en Globes for Lion King and Gladiator. Even though he has been nominated for others films too. The same happened at the Baftas, he had been nominated without any success. All in all, he worked with some films that marked cinema’s history. Nowa- days he can be considered as one fa- ther of the soundtracks and, probably, he will be the inspiration for future composers who will follow his steps. Awards and nominations Top 5 Hans Zimmer Soundtracks 1. Inception 2. The Dark Night 3. Interstellar 4. The Lion King 5. Gladiator -13-
  14. 14. The story about a victorious general, Maximus Decimus Meridias, who was named keeper of Rome and after a huge betrayal becomes a gladiator. R idley Scott is the director of one of the most amazing and emotional films that mankind have ever seen. Firstly, the film shows a Roman Emperor, Marcus Aurelius (Richard Harris), who is tired and regrets that, while he has been the Emperor, his people has had only four years of peace. He believes that a new Roma can be created by one of the most brave and loyal general of his army, Maximus Decimus Meridio (Russell Crowe). His son, Comodo Aure- lius (Joaquin Phoenix), who is full of jealousy, decides to make an accurate plan to get the empire beneath his power. T here are several parts in the film that touch our feelings. An awesome stuff of this film is to raise different kinds of feelings like sadness, happi- ness, love or others that make you empathize with the main character. Nevertheless, that’s not all. This film has a beautiful soundtrack that, regarding the last paragraph, makes this film become one of the best films that cinema has ever seen.As a drawback, the story is too long and probably Ridley Scott might have made it a bit shorter. To sum up, a film to see be- cause the topic of Middle Earth and Roma’s Empire is so amazing for people who enjoy it. Gladiator -14- by Christian MEdrano RATE 8’5/10
  15. 15. T his is a science-fiction and drama film direct- ed by Christopher Nolan, with a cast led by Leonardo DiCaprio, as Dom Cobb, Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Arthur and Ellen Page as Ariadne. These three characters with new high technology can induce a dream in people. Also they are who plan and man- age all the dreams. All the dreams are managed by their subconscious and the induced person. In the film characters have to deal with a difficult mission. That mission consist of introducing information into a mind, the most difficult thing to do in this spe- ciality. T he director, Christopher Nolan has the difficulty to make real a thing that is impossible in real life control dreams, but he finally can do it success- fully. Clearly, the best thing that we can see, on the film is the incredible soundtrack by Hans Zimmer. His composition makes a lot of sensations and creates a really good atmosphere. In summary it is mar- vellous. Maybe the only bad point, but not that bad, is the end, which is so fast and possi- bly, for some spectators, is not too clear. The end leaves the sensation that maybe Cobb is even in a dream. So to verify that you’d better see the film and draw your own conclusion. Inception This Story tells how Dom Cobb and his team go into the dreams to steal or have information. -15- by Marc lopez RATE 8’8/10
  16. 16. © ramonespelt - Fotolia.com #71967345 DJ MArc Lopez Interview by Christian Medrano -16-
  17. 17. © ramonespelt - Fotolia.com #72352378 C: So How are you Marc? M: I’m fine, thanks for inviting me. I:Marc, at what age you started to mix music? And explain to us a Little bit of your experience. M:Well… I have been interested in music since I was a child but I became Dj at age of 14. At the beginning, I started in my bedroom with a Little Dj controller; it’s funny to remember these moments because when I lis- ten to the kind of stuff that I was mak- ing, I’m scared. (Laugh) C: Oh Ok, so Marc I know that you participated in different contest. What about this? M: Yes, I participated in two different local contests that I won in the same year. The first was the DJ Contest in Granollers. The second one was the Muntronik in Lliça. C: That’s so interesting, how you improved your technic? M: A few years ago I realized that may- be I needed to attend a course be- cause I felt that I could improve more than by myself. So I took an intensive course in a recognized school. C: Oh that was so helpful for you. M: Yes yes, because I started to get in touch with professional Dj equip- ment. C: Marc, what type of music do you mix? M: Well, I usually mix EDM or Tech- no Music but it also depends on the public. I can mix all kinds of music like commercial or reggateon too, if peo- ple ask me it. That’s why my job con- sists of making people dance. C: Marc what would you say to people who are starting in this world? M: If I had to say something I would say to them that they must practise a lot, don’t be close-minded about mu- sic styles and be patient. : Oh Marc that’s really awesome for your part. I would like to ask you for more but the time is over. M: I’m so happy that you came and share your opinion. Goodbye. Listen to the interview on: w w w.thesound.com / interviews SOCIAL NETWORKS This is the interview with Marc López. An important Dj from Lliça de Munt. DJ Marc Lopez @marclopez23 @MarcLopez23 Marc Lopez Marc Lopez -17-
  18. 18. Ellie Goulding INTERVIEW BY MIRIAM BAILACH -18-
  19. 19. © olly- Fotolia.com #61955707 In this issue we will interview Ellie Goulding. She is promoting her new album “Delirium”. People who sing songs in murderer films are not catalogued as murder- ers. M: I understand, and do you have any idea for the next album? E: Yes, I am preparing another album that is completely different from everything that I’ve sung before, be- tween interviews and in my free time I’m writing different ideas, but at the moment it is only that, an idea. M: I imagine that right now you are too busy, but are you prepar- ing any tour? Where would you like to do it? E: Yes, well I’ve done one and I don’t rule out doing another in the USA, but I need to prepare it well and time is something that right now I do not have. M: Well, thanks Elllie for coming, I hope things continue going on well or at least don’t get worse, and all of you have found out more about Ellie Gouldling. M: Hello Ellie, how are you? E: Hi Miriam, first of all I’m really hap- py to be here today with you in this interview. M: Thanks Ellie, the pleasure is mine. First of all I’d like to know how you feel after one of your songs has been the main one at the most seen film Fifty Shades of Grey. E: Really, I‘m excited about this album with other singers. I’m involved a lot and I think and I hope people realise about that when they are listening to my songs. M: Yes, it is. Have you noticed any positive impact from this album? E: Yes, the song “love me like you do” has been without any doubt a suc- cess around the world so many peo- ple know me because of the film. M: Well and apart from these pos- itive things, there will be some- thing negative, won’t it? E: Not at all, although in some inter- views I have been asked questions like if I am sadomasochist, which seems surprising that simply the fact of doing the song for that film means that I support sadomasochism. Listen to the interview on: w w w.thesound.com / interviews 1 Intro (Delirium) 2. Aftertaste 3. Something in the Way You Move 4. Keep on Dancin’ 5. On My Mind 6. Around U 7. Codes 8. Holding on for Life 9. Love Me Like You Do 10. Don’t Need Nobody 11. Don’t Panic 12. We Can’t Move to This 13. Army 14. Lost & Found 15. Devotion 16. Scream It Out Tracklist SOCIAL NETWORKS Ellie Goulding @elliegoulding www.elliegoulding.com @elliegoulding elliegoulding -19-
  20. 20. A new device is aiming to do for audio recording what the GoPro did for video recording. The In- stamic is a small, self-contained, high-quality sound recorder. It is aimed at musicians, filmmak- ers, journalists, bloggers and other people who need a sim- ple and effective means of capturing sound. Price: $99 Music Gadgets INStamic TRobla I t may be small, but this easy to carry piece holds a mighty sound. This amplifier for smartphones will set the mood wherever you go. It’s your sustainable contribution to the world of entertainment electronics, where large amounts of hard to recycle e-waste are produced every year. Price: $55 ICeorb L isten to your music in a magical way with the ICEORB Floating Bluetooth Speaker. Suspended 10mm above the magnetic base, this powerful speaker spins along to your audio providing 360 degrees of crystal clear sound. The conical design also contributes to the 3D sound effect. Equipped with built in NFC technology, the ICEORB allows any NFC enabled smartphone to instantly and seam- lessly pair with the speaker. Defying gravity, the ICEORB can pump out music at a super high volume without a hint of distortion. The sleek base has a built in USB port to con- veniently charge your device while the music plays. You can even take the orb off the base so you can use it as a porta- ble speaker solution. Price: $149 -20-
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