On the Track offers a comprehensive guide to scoring for film and television. Covering all styles and genres, the authors, both noted film composers, cover everything from the nuts-and-bolts of timing, cuing, and recording through balancing the composer's aesthetic vision with the needs of the film itself. Unlike other books that are aimed at the person qdreamingq of a career, this is truly a guide that can be used by everyone from students to technically sophisticated professionals. It contains over 100 interviews with noted composers, illustrating the many technical points made through the text.I like to think I can communicate with the composer and execute what he has in mind and with his Jeeling. ... He feels his rask is to orchestrate in the way the composer would orchestrate it himself. ... And youa#39;ll see it on two sraves or three sraves and youa#39;ll say, a#39;Oh, my God, this is so simple, I could have wtitren this. ... full sketch, he said: aquot;Say Ia#39;m working with ten composers, two out of the ten dona#39;t give you more than a glotified lead sheet a I dona#39;t know if youa#39;d call that common or not.
|Title||:||On the Track|
|Author||:||Fred Karlin, Rayburn Wright|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2004-01|