Juan Carlos Oganes' film-making and work blog.

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Radio interview at Radio Santa Rosa

And another interview today but this time on the radio. " En Frecuencia" show at radio Santa Rosa to talk again about Gloria del Pacifico. Could explain more in detail stuff about the film as more time was available and keep thanking some of the people that supported me all these years with their presence and participation. :)

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Another TV interview at No Culpes A La Noche

No Culpes a la Noche TV show with Mathias Brivio tonight at Canal N. Thirty-minute interview and able to talk more things about Gloria del Pacifico.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

TV report for Gloria del Pacifico

More than pleased for today's TV exclusive report. Another one of more to come in the next weeks.
Extremely happy to witness the reaction natiowide right after and seen on Twitter, Facebook, this blog and the website. More than 350 emails and contacts asking for more info about the film and congratulating the effort.

I thank each and everyone of you who wrote and expressed their admiration and support for this.
Finally...another dream coming true...and for my beloved nation.

Friday, January 10, 2014

Gloria del Pacifico film score sessions

A new year. A new set of 365 days to do much more for everyone and for oneself. Family time was interrupted by a slight swell in the throat only to develop in a full flu near new year's eve. Just coming out of this nasty illness today.

Today was the 5th day of Gloria del Pacifico's film score recording sessions. Micky Tejada's music captures close emotions to what I want to portray in the film. Sometimes it takes time for a musician to understand you but he was quick to pick up what was needed. Specially now that time is truly a matter. Really need to rush this out and finish the film post-production process for the music was the last thing that was holding me back.

After first recordings of timbale drums and percussion, tuba and trombone sessions were covered today. Hot in here like hell but the sound was super cool. We are simply doubling certain parts to make them sound like a full orchestra (overdubs) because budget doesn't allow contracting 120 musicians at the same time. Done overdubs back in the 90's when I used to record my rock band Alter Ego so this isn't new but quite a familiar technique.

I'm very excited about how all is developing. Can't wait to see this finally done and mixed with the film's images.