question about music in movies?
what is the job name of the guy who takes a movie, and writes music for it and then places it and cuts it in certain spots to make it synchronized withe the film?
and also, when is all that done?
is it done on the set of the shooting? or after the shooting?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Audio mixing is a process during the post-production stage of a film or a television program by which a multitude of recorded sounds are combined into one or more channels. In the process, the source signals' level, frequency content, dynamics and panoramic position are commonly being manipulated and effects such as reverb might be added.
The process takes place in a studio (or a theater) once the final cut is produced. Normally the engineer will mix 4 main elements:
Speech (dialogue, ADR, Voice-Overs, etc.)
Ambience (or atmosphere)
- lizardmommaLv 71 decade ago
Well a composer will write the music, an orchestra will play it. Then the music editor will place and edit the movie into the film. The editting is usually done in the post production phases, the actual composing and recording of the music can be done while filming is taking place.