Score Club

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
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Weekly Scoring Assignments, Exercises, Score Analysis, Mockup Challenges, Practice, Competition, Review and Discussion

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Weekly Scoring Assignments, Exercises, Score Analysis, Mockup Challenges, Practice, Competition, Review and Discussion.

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This is a self-directed course.
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ENROLLMENT INCLUDES:
Access to the Course Discussion Group, where you will be able to discuss the subjects in this course, ask questions, be Mentored on the course, listen and interact with other enrolled course members and alumni, collaborate on relevant projects and assignments, and search the entire forum archive history for the “Score Club”.

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About Evan Evans

Film Composer of over 60 Feature Films, Specialist on the Art & Craft of Film Music, Founder of The Composer Collective a media scoring firm with over 3000 global composers, Creator of CuePop™ the world's first fully automated online Music Library, and son of legendary Jazz Pianist Bill Evans.

Evans studied with Jerry Goldsmith, Joey Rand (Music Editor, "Titanic"), Steven Scott Smalley (Orchestrator, "Batman","Conan The Barbarian"), Marco Beltrami, Don Ray, Clare Fischer, Elmer Bernstein, and Lalo Schifrin.

He has worked for and trained under iconic Film Composers Danny Elfman, Jeff Rona, David Newman, Jerry Goldsmith, Lalo Schifrin, and Basil Poledouris.

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  1. facebook_user_luigi_ferri@example.com
    5 out of 5

    Grow Your Skills in Film ScoringThe weekly assignments were really important in my learning process, and I enjoyed every single challenge I worked on.

    In my opinion the best advantages are:
    - It keeps you busy and focused in scoring even if you are not working on any project.
    - It shows your best strengths and weaknesses through continual comparison with your peers, who also give constructive feedback to improve your work giving you lots of different points of view.
    - Evan's feedback is very deep and insightful, as he knows how to get the best from each of us.
    - There aren't strict deadlines or mandatory assignments, so even if you will have a particularly busy week, you can still learn from watching, reading the comments on what the others did, and submit your version whenever you are ready.
    - The community is very supportive and talented.
    - Each assignment is focused on a particular skill, so in the long run you will develop a set of skills that will help you to be prepared when you approach real clients.

    Keep in mind what I have written, because I think that the most important way to learn is "by doing", and with these assignments you will expand your skills in film scoring in a practical and real world manner.

    Was this review helpful to you? 3 of 3 people found this review helpful

  2. facebook_user_dallas_crane@example.com
    5 out of 5

    I participated in the music editor assignment, where you have to add pre-existing music to a scene and make it work. It really opened my eyes to some of my weaknesses and helped me address them. The commentary was spot-on and helpful. This is a great, low-pressure way to hone your craft and participate in a composing community.

    Was this review helpful to you? 1 of 1 people found this review helpful

  3. preston.melton@gmail.com
    5 out of 5

    Score for SuccessThe scoring assignments afforded me a wonderful opportunity to score a scene from a movie, and then get insightful, constructive feedback. The peer review aspect gives me a chance to get a lot of varied perspectives regarding the music I created for a scene, much like the sort of varying points of view you'd get from a audience. On top of the peer reviews is Evan's critique of the score. He gives thoughtful advice regarding instrumentation, the emotion of a scene, and teaches me to focus on the story being told in the scene.

    Overall, this is a great way to sharpen my skills as a film composer!

    Was this review helpful to you? 2 of 2 people found this review helpful

  4. bigkitchen@hotmail.com
    5 out of 5

    The film scoring weekend warrior assignments mentorship Puts the aspiring film scorer in the position of being a client, where a set mood on the short is asked to be provided , whether it deals with visuals or emotive context, A pleasure to partake in with extremely valuable LA insider perspectives that will come in handy for any novice. One of the most supportive groups I have been in, where peers review and give praise and advice on the aspiring film scorers project invaluable ! 5 stars

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