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  • 1. Sound For Moving Image Scoring for Moving Image
  • 2. In this session we shall… Look at Musical Elements used in scoring for Moving Image Learn the difference between Diegetic and NonDiegetic music Begin to write cinematic sounding scores.
  • 3. Musical elements Melody Dynamics Harmony Tempo Texture Structure Rhythm
  • 4. Order of Importance List these musical elements in order of importance from most to least important: Melody Dynamics Harmony Tempo Texture Structure Rhythm
  • 5. Rhythm and Dynamics http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxLYlXt_Nvo
  • 6. Rhythm and Dynamics Brian Tyler uses Drums as the focus for his score for Fast and the Furious 5. He is able to do this as film music is becoming more and more focused around Rhythm and Dynamics.
  • 7. Diegetic and Non-Diegetic Sounds Diegetic sound Sound who's source is visible on the screen or whose source is implied to be present by the action of the film. Non-Diegetic Sound Sound who’s source is neither visible on the screen nor has been implied in the present action.
  • 8. Scoring with FX When scoring for films the contain FX you must leave space for the Sound Designer to include effects and Diegetic sound. Usually this could be achieve by scoring the music to the film and using a side chain compressor to leave space for the dialogue or FX to come through where needed.
  • 9. Task Open Cubase or Sibelius (or a program you are familiar with) Begin to score parts for a short film sequence (1min 30 seconds) Focus only on one group of instruments, e.g: strings Focus on Rhythm and Dynamics to create suspense.
  • 10. Task Open Cubase or Sibelius (or a program you are familiar with) Begin to score parts for a short film sequence (1min 30 seconds) Focus only on one group of instruments, e.g: strings Focus on Rhythm and Dynamics to create suspense.