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FilmComposer

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Hi All,
For those into Film Music and Theory I've put a list of recommended books up on my website, at the moment it includes:

Twenty Four Frames Under - A Buried History of Film Music - Russell Lack
The Invisible Art of Film Music - Laurence E. MacDonald
On The Track - A Guide to Contemporary Film Scoring - Fred Karlin and Rayburn Wright
Knowing the Score - Notes on Film Music - Irwin Bazelon
The Composer in Hollywood - Christopher Palmer
Soundtrack - The Music of the Movies - Mark Evans
Film Music - A Neglected Art - Roy M. Prendergast
Overtones and Undertones - Reading Film Music - Royal S. Brown
The Art of Film Music - George Burt
Complete Guide to Film Scoring - Richard Davis
The Reel World - Scoring for Pictures - Jeff Rona
Film Score - The Art and Craft of Movie Music - Tony Thomas
The Technique of Film Music - Roger Manvell and John Huntley
Soundtrack Available - Essays on Film and Popular Music - Pamela Robertson Wojcik and Arthur Knight
The Score - Interviews with Film Composers - Michael Schelle
Gabriel Yared's The English Patient - A Film Score Guide - Heather Laing
Bernard Herrmann's The Ghost and Mrs. Muir - A Film Score Guide - David Cooper
Ennio Morricone's The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - A Film Score Guide - Charles Leinberger
Danny Elfman's Batman - A Film score Guide - Janet K. Halfyard
Louis and Bebe Barron's Forbidden Planet - A Film Score Guide - James Wierzbicki
Sound Design - The Expressive Power of Music, Voice, and Sound Effects in Cinema - David Sonnenschein

If any of you know of others that I should include then please email me.
Best wishes,
David Beard - UK

 

Toges

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ednegga said:
O.K Guys, a lotta the books that I have or have read have been posted and here's is an addition to contribute.

Gotta Get Signed: How to Become a Hip-Hop Producer by Sahpreem A. King
I bought this. It better be good :D
 

darnbni99a

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dam i just made a list with like 15-20 of these books yal mentioned. bout 2 get my read on...
 
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jmartin2287

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]"Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill[/U][/B][/COLOR]
-A MUST MUST ABSOLUTELY MUST read book about pretty much how to use the most valuable asset you will ever have - your head.
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GREAT READ, THE GREATEST PHILOSOPHY OF SUCCESS!!!
 

darnbni99a

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i bought these 3 books on thursday
-Think & Grow Rich
-Confessions of A Record Producer
-Complete Idiot's Guide to Song Writing

and i ordered these 2 from half.com
-Complete Idiot's Guide to Music Theory & Playing Piano
 

ptahblade07

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any body have a tuturial book on how to use cubase that i can download thanx in advance



check it out tell me what you think thanx in advance
 

RaynStorm

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"The 48 Laws of Power" by Robert Greene. It will give you an edge in this cut-throat business. Also, I recommend its sister book, "The Art of Seduction". Make no mistake...it's not about sex. You will see how seducers get what they want, be the courtesans or politicians. recognize when you're being played or courted for someone elses purposes.
 

dee2good

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How about the manual the came with your f*ckng equipment? i think alot of people should read that great book.

i'm also reading 48 laws of power right now, great book. will definately check out the art of seduction.
 

jeremyopio

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Perter spellman - Indie music power, and indie marketing power!@
This guy is the berkely music schools carreer director, if you think music is going downhill cuz of downloading and ****, this guy will show you where the future lies, in Independant musicians
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