In this final episode of the Music volume, Mark takes viewers through Holly movie scene examples where the music has been slightly altered with library music from musicbed.com and shows us the intricacies of choosing the right music for the right scene.
In this episode we watch as Mark creates from scratch the entire musical score for the “Action Sequence.” We learn how important having good spotting and an accurate tempo map is, how a sketch can inform a composer about the essence of a scene, how to quickly fill in orchestration, and how the process involved in exporting stems for the mix.
In this episode, Mark shows us how to find and structure the deal with composers, how to work with songwriters editing suites of music (and why to do them), and how to create completely new music from editing stems.
V01-21-063電影配樂-Adobe Audition 音樂剪輯軟體應用.案例
In this episode, we learn the specifics around editing music for merging vastly different pieces of music to how to scan music waveforms for the appropriate start times, creating double the music us from the same music content and learning how to use Audition’s powerful “Remix” feature.
V01-21-064電影配樂-Logic Pro 數位音頻應用.案例
In this episode, Mark shows us how to make and export tempo maps, how to do music spotting, when to use library music or original score, and he demonstrates the spotting of all five example videos.
In this episode, we learn advanced knowledge about when to musically “hit” visual elements on screen, the reasons to use (and not to use) loops in music, editing library music and how to insert and deal with issues from stems.
In this episode, Mark shows us several “Hollywood” examples where the original music has been substituted so we can see how important getting the right music is. He also shows us the difference between major and minor keys, how to find our demographic, and how to use music to make scenes move faster.
In this introductory episode on music, Mark takes us through the basics of what makes music work, best practices for choosing music, how to identify what part of music is moving an audience, and a few fun examples of media without music.