Month: July 2017

Why Your Goals Make You A Better Music Editor, And Vice Versa Without going Dr. Phil/Dr. Drew/Dale Carnegie on you guys/gals, we’d like to offer a thought that will (hopefully) inspire you to come to work every day with a smile on your face and a skip in your step. What are we talking about? Your dream. That glorious idea in the back of your mind that gives you impetus to keep working your “day…

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Silence CAN Be Golden In 1971 William Friedkin directed the Academy Award winner for Best Picture, The French Connection. This groundbreaking film starred Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider as NYC cops hot on the trail of a French heroin smuggler. American jazz composer/trumpeter Don Ellis wrote the score providing an interesting blend of modern jazz with traditional film underscore elements. But what really grabs your ears in this film is…nothing. Just the ambient New York…

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Why A Good Beat Moves Your Show Composer Antonio Sanchez created one of the most ingenious scores for the film Birdman (Or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance.) Were there soaring strings, evocative woodwinds and triumphant brass statements? Nope. The entire score for this four Oscar-winning film was played on the drums. And did it ever move this uniquely unusual movie! You probably notice percussion tracks adding excitement to films and television shows more frequently these…

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