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Underscore and sound design can serve a variety of different purposes in film and TV, here are a plethora of scene music function examples.
Another exclusive video lesson from Soundfly’s Intro to Scoring for Film & TV course, this one on the creative composing power of leitmotif.
A quick and easy guide to the art of the leitmotif — how to write, amend, and understand the role it plays in musical character development.
What if part of your practice as a musician, composer, or producer, was to score an imaginary film scene? How would you tackle that challenge?
When film music becomes continuous wallpaper so aggressively it doesn’t even let the viewers think for themselves, everyone loses.
What exactly is “mickeymousing,” and how do we know whether it’s a good or bad addition to your musical score? Let’s find out.
The Office Theme music couldn’t be more indicative of Michael Scott’s character persona, it functions almost as a leitmotif for three reasons, here’s how.
An in-depth exploration of one of the most storied chords in opera, what makes it so influential, and how to use it yourself in your compositions.