On monday we will interview Yoav Goren!

As the president and co-founder of Immediate Music he’s responsible for the world’s largest Trailer Music Catalog on this planet. Immediate Music’s tracks are used in blockbusters like Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean, Spiderman, The Hobbit, Twilight, Avatar and many, many, many, many, many, many more!

If you always wanted to know anything about Trailer Music, Immediate Music or Yoav Goren himself – this is your chance!

And if there aren’t question right now, their Trailer Reel from 2011 will definitely blow your mind and maybe it’s the inspiration you need to come up with some questions.

Here’s another show reel until 2010:

If this is not enough, go to their website and blow your mind even more with their latest releases.

Here you can also listen to their newest release “Trailerhead: Triumph”, which has already been sold 25.000(!) times. In its way of epicness and simply outstanding music it’s the perfect last part of their triology “Trailerhead” (our exact review will follow):

Or go to amazon to buy the physical cd.

Have a nice day and send us your questions!

 

Edited 11/13/12:

We had to reschedule our interview with composer, president and co-founder of Immediate Music, Yoav Goren, because of an important short-term studio appointment. Which is nice because it seems like we’ll get some new stuff soon (probably by his epic-rock band Globus). But on the other hand you and us have to wait a little longer.

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For the time of waiting here’s one of my favorite tracks of Immediate’s new album “Triumph”: “Tales of the Electric Romeo” is based on “Electric Romeo (choir)” which was part of “Themes for Orchestra and choir 2” (aka “Abbey Road”) and used to be my ring tone for a long time ^^
Back in December 2010 I was lucky to receive Abbey Road together with “Themes for Orchestra and Choir 3” which were originally only available for big movie productions. But it doesn’t look like you can purchase anymore via Immediate Records (at least not from their website). Therefore they gave Electric Romeo a new look (or sound) and put it on their third official public release “Trailerhead: Triumph” to show you one of their best tracks at all.

Posted by Peter F. Ebbinghaus

Based in Berlin, Germany. Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief. Music Producer at Eon Sounds Productions. Founder of Composers for Relief. Keeps Moving.

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