Complete guide to film scoring: the art and business of writing music for movies and TV
An essential resource for both students and professionals, offering shrewd insight into the business, process, and art of writing music for film and TV. Interviews with top film scoring professionals add the priceless insight of the wisdom that comes with experience.
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The Studio System
0rchestrators and Music Preparation
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