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The Film and Media Creators' Guide to Music

Vasco Hexel (Royal College of Music, London, UK)



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18 September 2018
Film movie production: technical skills; Music: styles & genres
Music plays an integral role in the experience of film, television, video games, and other media-yet for many directors, producers, and media creators, working with music can be a baffling and intimidating process. The Film and Media Creators' Guide to Music bridges the gap between musical professionals and the creators of film and other media projects, establishing a shared language while demystifying this collaborative journey. Organized with a modular chapter structure, the book covers fundamental topics including: Why (and when) to use music in a project How to talk about music Licensing existing music Commissioning original music Working with a composer Geared toward emerging and established creators alike, this book takes a practical approach to the process of finding the best music for all forms of moving image. The Film and Media Creators' Guide to Music offers hands-on advice for media creators, providing readers with the confidence to approach the planning, commissioning, creation, and placement of music in their projects with the awareness, understanding, and vocabulary that will enable them to be better collaborators and empowered storytellers. For students and professionals working across film and media, this book is the essential guide to using music creatively and effectively.
By:   Vasco Hexel (Royal College of Music London UK)
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm, 
Weight:   313g
ISBN:   9781138055735
ISBN 10:   1138055735
Pages:   284
Publication Date:   18 September 2018
Audience:   College/higher education ,  A / AS level
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Vasco Hexel is a composer, author, and educator. He leads the Masters Programme in Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music, London, UK.

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