Soundtracks: Out of the Box
During the Covid pandemic, we've been glued to our TV screens more than ever. Music is vital to the TV experience; to create atmosphere, anticipation, and emotional connection. This panel will explore making music for screen during and beyond the Covid lockdowns, and how music is central to collective cultural connection and memory.
We explore the relationship between sound, vision, and memory, probing the different ways artists, composers, and music supervisors approach creating music for TV. Two UK composers Michael Price, (Sherlock, Dracula, Unforgotten), and Hannah Peel (The Deceived, Game of Thrones: The Last Watch doc), along with Small Axe music supervisor, Ed Bailie, will explore the world of TV music, offering tips and advice.
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- Insights into scoring and creating soundtrack music for television.
- Tips and insights into building and developing a career composing music for screen.
- Insight into how memory, music associations, and influences shape help connect scores and soundtrack with the audience and emotional response.
Joel Mills, Senior Programme Manager, Music, British Council