Melodic Treks is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to the music of Star Trek. Host Brandon-Shea Mutala explores the themes, orchestral scores, and incidental compositions that bring Star Trek episodes and films to life, as well as the composers, singers and musicians behind the sounds.
Music that Inspires David Mack to Write. I am joined by New York Times Best-Selling author David Mack to discuss the music that inspired Mack in writing certain elements of the Star Trek: Vanguard series of novels.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture's 40th Anniversary. Brandon-Shea Mutala is joined by Neil Shurley to discuss the score to the first Star Trek film. In addition to the main bookend hosts, we have 13 additional guests comment on the music and the film itself.
James Horner's score for Aliens. We are joined by Carl Wonders to discuss James Horner's Academy Award nominated score to the 1986 film Aliens. We talk about working with director James Cameron, self plagiarism, chopping up the score, and Die Hard.
Star Trek: Dark Remnant with Matthew Carl Earl. We are joined by Matthew Carl Earl, composer for Star Trek: Dark Remnant to discuss the new VR experience. We also discuss working in the video game world, Giacchino's inspiring music, the sound design, and
"Desert Crossing" With Jim Moorhouse. We are joined by Jim Moorhouse of the Trek Ranks podcast to discuss the score to the episode "Desert Crossing" from the first season of Enterprise. We talk about composer Velton Ray Bunch, how the music fits the epis
5 Favorites with C Bryan Jones. We are joined by the founder of the Trek FM network, Christopher Jones (for his first appearance on the show) to discuss his five favorite Star Trek score tracks in this special milestone episode. We also discuss Chris' his
Five Favorites with Zach Moore. We talk about Zach's five favorite tracks from the score to Star Trek III: The Search For Spock, composed by James Horner. We also discuss why this is his favorite Trek film, and, as always, we have a few tangents along the
Charles-Henri Avelange Interview. We interview composer Charles-Henri Avelange and discuss growing up in a castle, writing a score in five hours, composing theme songs, the status of film scoring, his passion project of creating the Star trek: Voyager the
The Musical Era of "Far Beyond the Stars." We are joined by Andy Farber to discuss the music of the early 1950's, which was the era of the acclaimed Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Far Beyond the Stars." We talk about different styles of music, artist
When the Train Stops. We are joined by James Kerwin, Mike Avenaim, and Rekha Sharma to discuss the score to the short film When the Train Stops. They talk about the sarangi, what they feel this instrument represents, recording sessions, teachers and fathe