Step 1. Choose the clip from our class folder on Google Drive for which you'd like to create a soundtrack.
Step 2. Dig into the CD bin to experience what music supervisors go through when they are sent unknown music.
Step 3. Investigate that music to find three songs.
a) One that suits it perfectly and the intention/feeling/mood of the scene.
b) One that transforms the scene into a different intention/feeling/mood scene.
c) One that just doesn't fit. At all.
Step 3. Document those songs perhaps by finding them on YouTube/Vimeo or Spotify and keeping a list.
Step 4. Read & Rose/Bud/Thorn one of these three articles. Then explain how the insights you gained from this article might have impacted the work you did on the activity in class. Post your thinking and your Rose/Bud/Thorn work on your blog.
Broad City. http://www.billboard.com/articles/business/6451150/broad-city-music-supervisor-matt-feldman
Station 2. Music Composition and Scoring.
Step 1. Choose the clip you'd like to score.
Step 2. Use GarageBand, Soundation, live instrumentation, or another music generator to compose an original score for that clip.
Ennio Morricone. http://www.theguardian.com/music/2015/jun/03/ennio-morricone-good-film-scores-replaced-by-bad-and-ugly
Best Film Scores of 2014. http://www.hitfix.com/in-contention/the-15-best-film-scores-of-2014
Michael Giacchino. How to Score a Film in 6 Lessons. http://www.vulture.com/2013/10/michael-giacchino-how-to-score-a-movie.html#
Step 3. Read & Rose/Bud/Thorn one of these three articles. Then explain how the insights you gained from this article might have impacted the work you did on the activity in class. Post your thinking and your Rose/Bud/Thorn work on your blog.
SHOW YOUR LEARNING.
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Critical Creativity Options.
Option 1. Soundtrack a Clip. Choose a clip from MovieClips.com or use one from our class folder and link/embed a song that suits it, a song that transforms it, and a song that's completely inappropriate for it. Explain your thinking.
Option 2. Score a clip. Choose a clip from MovieClips.com or use one from our class folder and use Garageband, Soundation, live instrumentation/vocals, or another tool to design a score. Explain your thinking.
Option 3. Six Shot Story. Tell a complete story using six different camera angles. You may choose to create this as a video or as a storyboard.
REQUIRED BLOG POST. Rose. Bud. Thorn. Read One of the Articles Above and Complete a Rose/Bud/Thorn Graphic Organizer over that article. Post the results of your thinking on your blog.