Resounding Music

Gabriel Hudelson

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More on Temp Music

To continue the discussion from last week, here are a couple of popular videos from the vast world of YouTube on the topic of film music, temp tracks, and originality, with comments from yours truly. Please note that in this … Continue reading

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Q&A: Temp Tracks?

David asks: “Temp tracks: yay or nay?” It’s a simple question, but a very, very good one, one which composers generally love to be asked because temp tracks can- well, sometimes temp tracks are the bane of our existence. First … Continue reading

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Q&A: Do You Feel The Script?

Steven asks: “When looking at a script, do you picture and feel the emotion that needs to be felt by the future viewer to the movie?” This is a question that is on one hand very personal- the answer is … Continue reading

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Making Your Composer Happy

On my Facebook page I recently asked the question: “If you could learn one thing or have one question answered regarding film music, what would it be?” One response that was given was this: “A checklist of things composers would … Continue reading

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