On 05/14/2012 02:29 PM, Brett McCoy wrote:
On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 8:26 PM, Thomas Vecchione<seablaede@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:There are people that do it. Not sure how Derek Mounce, the composer for those projects, works, but I know the music guy I work with in my full time work does this fairly often actually(Plays his music for video along with the video as he is composing it, the guy is freaking amazing to be honest). In both cases they go back and touch up, and fill out the arrangement,afterwards.Some pro composers like Danny Elfman and Hans Zimmer compose that way, improvise on a keyboard to a video until they find something they like, then hand stuff off to their orchestrators.
I'd consider that the only way to compose for video. Reminds me of an old organist I knew who'd made his living playing scores for silent films in theaters.
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