Mad Max's - Student's Narrative Music

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Topic:Music in Film:
Mad Max's Course in Film Scoring for Motion Pictures
Lesson #01: Creating the sound of "Fear"
Pages of this Lesson:
Page 1: Introduction - The Secret of Motion Pictures
Page 2: What is narrative music?
Page 3: What computer software do I need?
Page 4: Getting started with GarageBand
Page 5: List of moods and actions for you to work on
Page 6: Narrative music created by Mad Max's students
Supplemental A: Examples of Narrative Music
Supplemental B: A simple movie for scoring
The music of students
  • Upload your musical example and create a link here. If you are proud of your work, tell us a little about your goals in film scoring.
  • Example of Fear by Robert Elliott. Here is a screen shot of how I created this sound file. Note how I adjusted the volume to shape the sound.

My musical sound effect for fear is stored at Media:Sound Of Fear.ogg. If you have MPlayer, you can download and listen to it. see the volume envelope (in green) in the picture above.

Making musical sound effects is both simple and easy. Can you do better? Robert Elliott 04:22, 27 October 2006 (UTC)

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Your musical sound effect for "Fear" goes here!

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Film scoring lessons

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Below are Mad Max's Music Lessons. To the right are general filmmaking lessons.

Supplemental A: Examples of Narrative Music Supplemental B: A fun movie which needs a film score

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Lessons in
Basic Filmmaking

· Informational lessons:Understanding filmmaking· All about lenses · Marketing and publicity · Plan the movie
· Reference materials: Thumbnail library · Storyboard worksheet · Original story · Script outline · Script (pdf) · Floor plan