The Dark Knight Rises
Posted on Friday, November 4th, 2011 at 1:58 pm by TeddyBlass
Hans Zimmer just launched an awesome campaign via UJam, a website which he co-founded, asking for fans to add their voice to the score of The Dark Knight Rises. He needs voices for the chant heard at the end of the film’s teaser trailer. Hans says, “I’m shining the bat-signal up into the sky to call you all! We need to hear your voices! Now and Loud! We are creating the sound of a worldwide chant. Everyone come and be part of it.”
To add your voice to the chant, go to the UJam campaign page and follow the simple instructions. They claim there’s no such thing as bad recording, or one that they can’t fix later. “Make it yours.” So head on over, listen to the example, get a taste of the score, and add your voice to The Dark Knight Rises! Now if they only told us what we’re chanting…
Posted on Thursday, August 12th, 2010 at 2:50 pm by TeddyBlass
Hans Zimmer and WaterTower Music are offering the download of 2 exclusive tracks from the highly praised score to Inception starting today. “How do I get these two bonus tracks?” you ask? Well, it’s quite simple actually. All you really need to do is: go to InceptionScore.com and sign up with your email address when prompted. Once you complete that easy task, they’ll direct you to a download of 2 previously unreleased tracks – titled “Projections” and “Don’t Think About Elephants.” And presto! Two exclusive tracks from the soundtrack are yours for your listening enjoyment!
If you haven’t already purchased the full soundtrack, which I highly recommend, you can order the physical CD from Amazon.com or get digital downloads at the Amazon MP3 Store and iTunes. Which track from the score is your favorite?
Posted on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 at 11:43 pm by George
As audience members took their seats at the Los Angeles premiere of Inception Tuesday night, Hans Zimmer and a team of performers waited to perform a short concert featuring score from the film. The concert was streamed live online, but for those of you who missed it (or would like to experience it again) the video below offers a seven minute assortment of interviews and all twenty minutes of the concert: