On the Track: A Guide to Contemporary Film Scoring

On the Track: A Guide to Contemporary Film Scoring❄ [EPUB] ✼ On the Track: A Guide to Contemporary Film Scoring By Fred Karlin ➝ – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk On the Track offers a comprehensive guide to scoring for film and television Covering all styles and genres, the authors, both noted film composers, cover everything from the nuts and bolts of timing, Track: A Epub á On Track: A Guide to ePUB ô the Track offers a comprehensive guide to scoring for film and television Covering all styles and genres, the authors, both noted film composers, cover everything from the nuts and bolts of timing, cuing, and recording through balancing the composer s aesthetic vision with the needs of the film itself Unlike other books that are aimed at the person dreaming of a career, this is truly a guide that can be used by everyone from students to technically sophisticated professionals It contains overinterviews with noted composers, illustrating the many technical points made through the text. This monstrous tome was surprisingly chalk full of useful insights and interesting perspectives There were quotes from dozens and dozens of huge names in the industry John Williams, Hanz Zimmer, Elmer Bernstein, Jerry Goldsmith, Christopher Young, Leonard Rosenman, etc There was even a wonderfully contemplative forward by John Williams, arguably the greatest film composer who ever lived While this book is primarily a manifesto of painfully acquired knowledge, it also manages to present sev This monstrous tome was surprisingly chalk full of useful insights and interesting perspectives There were quotes from dozens and dozens of huge names in the industry John Williams, Hanz Zimmer, Elmer Bernstein, Jerry Goldsmith, Christopher Young, Leonard Rosenman, etc There was even a wonderfully contemplative forward by John Williams, arguably the greatest film composer who ever lived While this book is primarily a manifesto of painfully acquired knowledge, it also manages to present several divergent methodologies that all of these greats used to produce the same thing a good score, on time and on budget.Perhaps the best thing about this book is the copious amounts of sketches and even fully orchestrated cues you can find in here, complete with the time code of the start of the cue for the DVD release You can t find a better resource for self study unless you happen to be on the USC campus or something.The scope of the book was impressive TV, Movies, recording, dubbing, spotting, the writing process, sketching, orchestration, conducting, songwriting, budgets, complementing the dramathe one thing it left out was video games, which isn t surprising given that the book is a decade or so old Still, it feels like a complete guide for those interested in partaking in this fast paced field, and it does very well It just might take you a couple months to get through it, like it did me I find myself returning to this book constantly for advice and inspiration On The Track is a Swiss Army Knife of knowledge in the world of film score I recommend this not only to aspiring composers but anyone fascinated with the marrying of music to picture From quotes and anecdotes taken from some of the most accomplished members of the scoring world to sheet music from major cues throughout the industry, this book is worth the amount of shelf space takes up

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    EPUB is an ebook file format that uses the epub career, this is truly a guide that can be used by everyone from students to technically sophisticated professionals It contains overinterviews with noted composers, illustrating the many technical points made through the text. This monstrous tome was surprisingly chalk full of useful insights and interesting perspectives There were quotes from dozens and dozens of huge names in the industry John Williams, Hanz Zimmer, Elmer Bernstein, Jerry Goldsmith, Christopher Young, Leonard Rosenman, etc There was even a wonderfully contemplative forward by John Williams, arguably the greatest film composer who ever lived While this book is primarily a manifesto of painfully acquired knowledge, it also manages to present sev This monstrous tome was surprisingly chalk full of useful insights and interesting perspectives There were quotes from dozens and dozens of huge names in the industry John Williams, Hanz Zimmer, Elmer Bernstein, Jerry Goldsmith, Christopher Young, Leonard Rosenman, etc There was even a wonderfully contemplative forward by John Williams, arguably the greatest film composer who ever lived While this book is primarily a manifesto of painfully acquired knowledge, it also manages to present several divergent methodologies that all of these greats used to produce the same thing a good score, on time and on budget.Perhaps the best thing about this book is the copious amounts of sketches and even fully orchestrated cues you can find in here, complete with the time code of the start of the cue for the DVD release You can t find a better resource for self study unless you happen to be on the USC campus or something.The scope of the book was impressive TV, Movies, recording, dubbing, spotting, the writing process, sketching, orchestration, conducting, songwriting, budgets, complementing the dramathe one thing it left out was video games, which isn t surprising given that the book is a decade or so old Still, it feels like a complete guide for those interested in partaking in this fast paced field, and it does very well It just might take you a couple months to get through it, like it did me I find myself returning to this book constantly for advice and inspiration On The Track is a Swiss Army Knife of knowledge in the world of film score I recommend this not only to aspiring composers but anyone fascinated with the marrying of music to picture From quotes and anecdotes taken from some of the most accomplished members of the scoring world to sheet music from major cues throughout the industry, this book is worth the amount of shelf space takes up "/>
  • Paperback
  • 560 pages
  • On the Track: A Guide to Contemporary Film Scoring
  • Fred Karlin
  • English
  • 28 August 2019
  • 0415941369