Posted on June 8th, 2011 in Creative Commons, Film scoring, Music Tech Tips.
I’ve been running a number of film scoring workshops lately and have been on the lookout for a video that shows the same scene with different styles of music which I can use as a starting point for discussing the effect of music in movies. So far, I’ve only been able to find this video [...]
Posted on February 7th, 2011 in Creative Commons, Film scoring, Free, Music Tech Tips.
In a previous post I listed some useful places to find film footage for film scoring and video editing projects. This time we’ll look at places to find sound effects and loops to enhance your film composition projects. Before delving into this list, I’ll take a moment to explain what I’m talking about when I [...]
Posted on September 30th, 2009 in Film scoring, Free, Music Tech Tips.
Film scoring is an exciting way to explore composing, arranging, recording and editing music or sound effects with your students and there are a variety of software programs suitable for the job. GarageBand, Acid Music Studio (or Acid Pro), Sonar Home Studio, Sibelius, Finale all allow you to import video and synchronise sound to visuals.