Sound for the screen: A practical masterclass on soundtracking for film and television

Traditional television is changing. In addition to well-established and high-quality terrestrial broadcasters, subscription-based streaming giants such as Netflix are lining up to compete for your attention. Apple TV+, Amazon Prime and Disney+ are the latest names on the block but you can be sure they won’t be the last. Meanwhile, the profiles of leading film composers continue to soar and higher-education courses at global universities and music conservatoires are finding their film-music or music-to-picture pathways increasingly over-subscribed. If you’re among the growing number looking to get involved in writing music to picture, this is for you.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.musictech.net/guides/essential-guide/masterclass-soundtracking-film-television/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=masterclass-soundtracking-film-television