As the movie and music industries have changed, film scoring has become an overwhelmingly independent process. Film composers have more responsibilities than ever before, and they must fulfill them with smaller budgets and shorter schedules. As a result, composers are increasingly becoming armies of one. In Guerrilla Film Scoring: Practical Advice from Hollywood Composers, Jeremy Borum provides valuable guidance on how to make a good film score both quickly and inexpensively. This handbook encompasses the entire film scoring process including education, preparation, writing and recording a score, editing, mixing and mastering, finding work, career development, and sample contracts. Offering strategic tools and techniques, this insideras guide draws on the expertise from a number of prominent composers in movies, television, and video gaming, including Stewart Copeland, Bruce Broughton, and Jack Wall. A straightforward do-it-yourself manual, this book will help composers at all levels create the best-sounding scores quickly and cost effectivelyawithout jeopardizing their art. With access to rare and extremely useful input from the best in the business, Guerrilla Film Scoring will benefit not only students but also professionals looking to update their game.You should decide at the beginning of the process how much control of the music you want to give the people who are doing ... It will sound exactly as you left it, and all they can do is to turn the volume up or down; however, when music is turned up or down the balances change. A cue that is turned down because of distracting percussion may have all of its low end buried under sound effects once theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Guerrilla Film Scoring|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2015-04-09|