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Space Pineapple Prod.

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  1. it may not be easy, but it sure is fun. I also love putting in unused cues. My personal favorite was hearing the original "Trapped on D Deck" in context. I can see why they did all that tracking.
  2. Precisely. All you need is the music, good editing software, and a good DVD ripper.
  3. Yeah, same here. My dad is an editor and I inherited a lot of his editing talent. That's why I do those projects where I mute the dialogue and just have the music. I can study the music and get practice editing. And let's not forget the fun.
  4. I'm glad i get to share my knowledge, though it is somewhat limited. There are very few people who are actually interested in what I have to say about this.
  5. I'd imagine so. The first half and very end of "A Tug on the Line" in Jaws is a combination of several chords separated by about 5 seconds of silence. It looks to me as though it was written so that the editors could place those chords wherever they fit in the scene. Correct me if I'm wrong, I am far from an expert on the subject and it very well may have been intended to play exactly as it does. Also, I compose music for trailers and in that business tracking is what you want because the more places your music can go the more you get paid and the more you can put on your resumé.
  6. That's exactly what I thought to myself when I read that comment.
  7. Boy am I glad I found this thread! The discussion of the music from such knowledgeable people is always fascinating.
  8. It's a shame we don't get the music from the Wizarding World light shows. I would love to have that. It's such a good arrangement.
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