Cody Carpenter is a third generation multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. His grandfather, Howard Carpenter, is a founding member of the Nashville Strings. His father, John Carpenter, is a filmmaker and composer. In addition to contributing music for his father's films, Vampires (1998), Ghosts of Mars (2001) and 2018's Halloween along with Daniel Davies, Cody has composed the full-length scores to projects such as Showtimes' Masters of Horror. In this episode, Adrian speaks with Cody regarding his two most recent albums: 2019’s Force Of Nature, an instrumental jazz/fusion album from Blue Canoe Records featuring Grammy Award-nominated bassist Jimmy Haslip and drummer Scott Seiver & 2018’s Reflections, Cody’s synth-heavy solo album under his pseudonym Ludrium. Additionally, Adrian and Cody explore various concepts including:
The rising popularity of synth/progressive music
The challengers of touring as a musician
Music as a universal language
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Episode 136: Nature Unleashed (with Cody Carpenter)
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