by Nino Leitner | 9th December 2016
We’re happy to announce that today, we are launching a month-long collaboration with our friends from Filmstro, “Music Month”. Music Month is a 3-part video series teaching you about the relationship between Music and Film. Filmstro is a brilliant piece of software that makes scoring for movies easy. We’ve used Filmstro on my rhino preservation documentary “Through the Thick” (watch here) earlier this year. Watch the first episode below!! Film Scoring Competition Please head over to Filmstro.com for details on how to enter the competition. Using the Filmstro app, you will be able to score one of 5 pieces of sample footage. The submissions will be reviewed by a jury and the best submissions will win the following prizes: RØDE Boompole Pro, SM4-R, NTG4+ and Newsshooter Kit Zhiyun-Tech Crane-M Camera Stabiliser Gimbal Zacuto $650 Gift voucher 10 FilmConvert licenses 4 x $250 bundles from Mister Horse 10 Filmstro For-Profit Licenses All the details on the Filmstro page! Music Month Episode 1 – Seeing Music And now without further ado, please join Seb Jaeger from Filmstro and me for the first episode of “Music Month”. We sit and analyse the fundamental building blocks of music: momentum, depth and power. Using example scenes from famous movies such as Harry Potter, Transformers, Star Wars and many more, we dissect how these building blocks work and how they interact. Join us and enjoy! On next week’s episode, we will put into practise what we learned today, and score footage using these three musical elements. Watch episode 2, “Seeing Music”, by clicking here. Watch episode 3, a tutorial of the upcoming Filmstro Premiere Pro plugin, by clicking here. Seb Jaeger from Filmstro with Nino Leitner from cinema5D talking about musical scores of movies during Episode 1, “Seeing Music”.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 13th March 2014
The Music Bed is a music licensing website that has become very popular for small scale productions over the course of the last two years. They offer original quality music and instrumental tracks by independent musicians and bands. Their website was relaunched to offer new features and easier browsing for filmmakers.Read more
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