Film Scoring


Film Scoring

The students will learn musical skills, including orchestration, composition, conducting, counterpoint and computer skills, and also will learn the synchronous music for use with visual media.

The student will have to develop a feeling interpretive for music can be emociolnalmente or dramatically.

The students to demonstrate mastery of these concepts and skills will complete a billboard that include a finished score of a short film, fully produced and synchronized to videotape format, also it will have to show other requirements.

Careers in Film Scoring:

Film Composer

A film scorer/composer is responsible of to accompany with music to a film or television.

Generally the principal role of a film composer is to facilitate the orchestral dramatic underscore, and only more recently has the plain soundtrack begun to stand on its own.

Music Editor

A music editor is responsible for synchronizing and mixing the music with the movie, and also mixing the music with the movie soundtrack. Music editor must be versatile, and have a excellent musical sensitivity,

Programmer (Sequencing)

The Programmer uses music sequencing software and sometimes notation software to create MIDI keyboard - synthesizer tracks for insertion in the movie score.

Sometimes, a programmer will sequence a piece of music or a composition, which will allow the music editor and composer an occasion to hear the composition before it reaches the scoring stage.

Orchestrator

Usually an orchestrator is responsible for transfer music from one voice or instrument to another in order to accommodate a group or particular musician, and writing scores for an individual instrumentalist(s), choral group, vocalist(s), band or orchestra.

Music Supervisor (Theme Specialist: Film/TV)

A music supervisor is responsible of license popular songs for a TV Soundtrack, film or other media format.

Contractor

A film/TV music contractor is responsible for hiring the musicians and tending to all the essential contract obligations through AFM (American Federation of Musicians).

Film Arranger (Adaptor)

The film arranger is responsible to facilitate musical comedy arrangements of to musical comedy composition or song for film.

The Film Arranger determines the instrument, voice, rhythm, harmonic structure, time and other aspects of a song or composition, based on the conductor or, film producer's specifications.

Film Conductor

A film conductor's principal duty is preparing an ensemble or orchestra for the finest performance possible in a film scoring session. This includes preparing the musicians for the sessions via rehearsals, and all other business affairs related to leading an orchestra.

Copyist (Music Preparation)

A copyist is responsible of transfers musical fragment from a score on individual fragment. This person must have strong notation & replacement skills, training in music theory.

Assistant to the Composer

Normally an assistant to the composer, work as a nexus between the composer and other company in the film/TV and music industry.

Sound Designer (Synthesis Specialist)

The Sound Designer is employed to building a sound library of synthesized original sounds and effects for artists, multimedia & production companies and music equipment manufacturers.