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Cengage Course Tech. Book: Soundtrack Nation: Interviews with Today's Top Professionals in Film, Videogame, and Television Scoring, 1st Edition
Cengage Course Tech.
Book: Soundtrack Nation: Interviews with Today's Top Professionals in Film, Videogame, and Television Scoring, 1st Edition
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Soundtrack Nation: Interviews with Today's Top Professionals in Film, Videogame, and Television Scoring is a musical score to guide the end product to success. Includes interviews with representatives from every facet of the art and business sides of soundtracks, including composers, musicians, vocalists, music producers/ distributors, public relations representatives, journalists, and even the fans themselves. These interviews offer rare insight about the business for individuals who are seeking to get into the industry and those already in it. See how the movie business operates, whether you're a budding composer looking to make strides in the field, a musician who wants to participate in recording film music, or a future publicist or manager. But you can also approach the book as pure entertainment--the interviews are a fun and informative way to connect with your favorite scores and movies. Either way, you can't go wrong.
About the Author
Tom Hoover is the owner of ScoreNotes.com and the author of Keeping Score, two related projects that showcase the personalities behind the music he enjoys most – original scores. Having interviewed many of the top artists in the field, Tom continues to enjoy spotlighting the unique talents of the scoring industry while also keeping an eye open for other creative ventures of interest.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. The Composers 2. The Performers 3. In the Studio 4. In the Media 5. The Record Labels 6. Public Relations 7. The Fans