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Unit 20 Sound & Music for Moving Image Session 1

An Introduction to the unit
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Jon Hawkesford

on 11 September 2015

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An Introduction
Unit 20: Music & Sound
for the Moving Image

List your top 3 films in terms of soundtrack/ film score
and think about why. Discuss with a partner.
Your starter for 10
Lack of
music/atmosphere
Purpose written sound track
Beautiful purpose written score
Introduce the Unit & its assignments
Look at video in Logic/Pro Tools
Analysis of moving image and music
Todays cunning plan
The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ music production, composition
and sound creation skills relating to projects involving the moving image.
Unit 20
Learning outcomes
1.
Understand the components of a musical project based on a moving image

Audio components: music; atmospheres; sound effects; voice tracks; temp tracks

Visual components: animations; live footage; stills; logos and titles

Structures: storyboard; internal structure; pace; edits; titles
Pass - Explain
Merit - Illustrate
Distinction - Analyse
Create a presentation to demonstrate your understanding of the various components of music & sound for moving image
TASK:
Choose a movie scene and analyse the sound & music design.
Think about: everything listed above and:
Use of music
Use of sound fx
Impact each has on the scene
A forum has been created on moodle under the Unit 20 Music and Sound for Moving Image Tab
We will use it for:
Lesson activities
Sharing ideas
TASK:
Log on now and join the discussion
moodle.bournville.ac.uk
2.
Be able to produce music for a project based on a moving image

Musical elements: harmony; rhythm; tempo; texture; structure; diegetic and non-diegetic music

Production techniques: sequencing; synthesis; sampling; editing existing material; EQ; balance; mixing techniques

Related issues: rights eg sample clearance, MCPS/PRS; acceptable idiomatic use; notions of ownership; meeting the needs of the client/commissioner
Create original music for movie title sequence
Pass - produce music
Merit - produce music
competently
Distinction - produce music with confidence & flare
TASK:
Working with video in Logic
Load logic/Pro Tools
Save as - Movie titles example 1 (remember to include assets & tick all boxes)
Go to File > Open Movie or File > Import > Video
Select a title sequence from the movies folder on your desktop
Go to File > Import audio from movie
Mute the audio track
Replace it with a piece of music you feel works
Use youtube, music on your phones/ipods
3.
Be able to produce non-musical sonic elements for a project based on a moving image

Sonic elements: atmospheres; spot effects; visual punctuation; diegetic and non-diegetic sound

Production techniques: sequencing; synthesis; sampling; editing existing material; EQ; balance; mixing techniques

Related issues: rights eg sample clearance, MCPS/PRS; acceptable idiomatic use; notions of ownership; meeting the needs of the commissioner
Create sound fx and atmosphere for a chosen movie scene
Pass - produce fx
Merit - produce fx
competently
Distinction - produce fx with imagination & flair
TASK:
Watch the following clip and list the sound fx used
How might you do this?
4.
Be able to deliver the project in appropriate formats

Formats: file formats eg QuickTime, RealPlayer, Windows Media, Flash; compatibility

File types: file types eg mp3, mp4, mov, wma, swf; compatibility

Compression: bit depth; sample rate; frame rate; movie size; codecs; quality; file size

Delivery: physical media; electronic delivery eg email, internet, podcasts, web-hosting
Deliver your project in the correct format
Pass - deliver the project
with guidance
Merit - deliver the project
with total independence
Distinction - deliver the project
with mastery of the process
TASK:
Save your two projects in the correct format & submit them to the forum for feedback.
SE7EN
Choose the title sequence you want to use for your assignment.
For next time
To Export Audio to movie
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