Music Editing is a very handy class because, even if the school is not specifically focused on the musical aspects, you have a proper understanding on which is the rule of the music in the visual media, especially in the film industry.
After that you will be introduced to the differences between Composers, Music Supervisors and Music Editors.
Right away you will start your music editorial works. In a couple of in-class exercises you are going to cut music for short scenes and then you will learn how to choose the right piece of music for your pictures. Blending different tracks together in the same picture, the goal is to create a believable main score.
As doubleÂ final project you will be asked to work both as Music Supervisor and Music Editor at the same time.
As Supervisor you will create music notes and choose the music tracks for a random (unlucky?) classmate who is going to work on your previously selected short animation.
In the meantime, as Editor, you are going to receive some (messed-up?) notes from another random (lucky?) classmate to do the dirty work…. that’s clear, right? 🙂
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