WhereĀ to have Score and why?

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What music goes where and why?

  • Pitfalls
  • Rough Sound
  • Long vs Short Cues
  • Cue Combinatory Effects
  • Rubix Cube
  • Techniques for Ins and Outs
  • Perceptibility
  • The Problem With Cadences
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About Matt Gates

Matt Gates is a classically-trained composer (B.M. Music Composition, Summa Cum Laude, The University of Arkansas, SMPTV Advanced Studies, University of Southern California). Mr. Gates was mostly self taught from an early age. Growing up in a relatively small town forced him to learn on his own volition and he taught himself music theory and orchestration by checking out books and orchestral study scores from the local library.

Mr. Gates music sports strong memorable melodies and themes, a clear sense of drama and storytelling, well crafted arrangements and thoughtful orchestrations.

He is a classically trained orchestrator who's recorded live musicians all over the globe. He is a prolific composer for TV, indie films and documentaries as well as video games.

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 CuePopā„¢ 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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