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Scoring Video Dialogue with Music

Posted: July 8th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: SmartSound, video production | No Comments »

I have often wondered why when scoring a video that the music I picked lost most of it’s impact when I tried using it with dialogue and narration.  Kevin Klingler at SmartSound has explained why and how to fixed the problem in a very short but informative piece.  I suggest you take a few minutes and read the article at their SmartSound site at https://www.smartsound.com/blog/video-scoring-tip-audio-density-in-video.html?utm_source=20140706&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MusicScoring&utm_term=Spotting

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