Berklee Online Course Overview | Music Composition for Film and TV

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Berklee Online Course Overview | Music Composition for Film and TV

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The first course in a two-part series, Music Composition for Film and TV 1 teaches you to write music in the style of Hollywood films and TV programs. The course begins with an overview of important considerations for composing music for visual media, including how to balance music and dialogue, how to influence the audience’s emotional response, and how to create music that elicits a location or time period. The course also addresses issues specific to television, including main title theme songs, commercial bumpers, and working with music libraries. From there, each week focuses on a different genre of music for film and TV—themes such as romance, sadness, chase, horror, magic, and fantasy. The course analyzes each genre in terms of melody, harmony, counterpoint, tempo, rhythm, and orchestration, forming a template for each genre that you can apply to your own writing. The course features music from the biggest composers in Hollywood, including John Williams, Alan Sylvestri, James Newton Howard, James Horner, Alexandre Desplat, Marco Beltrami, Bernard Herrmann, Aaron Zigman, and others. The goal of the course is to give you a thorough understanding of the compositional styles used in Hollywood projects, in addition to arming you with a portfolio of film and TV music that you can use as demos.

The course features scores from the biggest composers in Hollywood scores that are typically not available publicly. The musical examples include composers such as John Williams (Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Hook, Schindler’s List), Aaron Zigman (Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium, Bridge to Terabithia, Flicka), Alan Sylvestri (Forrest Gump, Polar Express), Marco Beltrami (Hellboy, Live Free or Die Hard, iRobot), James Newton Howard (Atlantis), Pinar Toprak (Light of Olympia), James Horner (Braveheart, Troy), Jerry Goldsmith (Star Trek), and Alf Clausen (Simpsons) who composed a piece specifically for this course! The goal of the course is to give you a thorough understanding of the compositional styles used in Hollywood projects, in addition to arming you with a 10-piece portfolio of film and TV music that you can use as demos.

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

• understand creative considerations for writing to picture, including balancing music with dialogue, hitting pictures cuts, and more
• identify and apply harmonic devices specific to themes such as romance, sadness/sorrow, chase, heroic action, action adventure, horror, suspense, magic, fantasy, and comedy
• identify and apply melodic considerations specific to themes such as romance, sadness/sorrow, chase, heroic action, action adventure, horror, suspense, magic, fantasy, and comedy
• identify and apply rhythmic considerations specific to themes such as romance, sadness/sorrow, chase, heroic action, action adventure, horror, suspense, magic, fantasy, and comedy
• understand and apply appropriate orchestration specific to themes such as romance, sadness/sorrow, chase, heroic action, action adventure, horror, suspense, magic, fantasy, and comedy
•  understand the logistical path of a musical idea from initial conception to final recording, including composition, orchestration, and recording
• create a 10-piece portfolio of film and TV music in various genres for demos

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