Posts made in January, 2012


After the spotting session is done and all details concerning the music are fixed, the most common procedure is for the director/producer to get back to other post-production issues and for the composer to go home/to his/her studio and to start working. What happens now is highly dependant on the personalities and working procedure of both parties, but the most common thing would be for the composer to find the material for the movie....

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Welcome to the Daily Film Scoring Bits Archive of January to June 2012. If you want to read the most recent Tips, Tricks and Hints, head over to the other DAILY FILM SCORING BITS ARCHIVES! Follow me on Twitter or Facebook to receive the most recent tips 06/29/12: In scoring session situations where time is precious, cautionary accidentals can save a lot of time. Notation programmes come with functions for cautionary accidentals but...

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