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Although the European filmmakers were far superior to those in the United States during the early years of cinema, most film productions in Europe has shut down or relocate during World War One.If a film composer writes music that is too difficult he or she may run the risk of escalating the cost of the music budget because this could cause the musicians to go into overtime pay.Tracking is the term we use to describe the process of locating a musical cure during the spotting session.According to what your text said, a three foot streamer lasts four seconds when projected up on the screen.b. False-two secondsWhat is meant by a films overall dramatic theme?
b. False-3to six weeks after 1960’sOnce the music budget is set, the composer must plot the amount of music to be written versus the number of days available to write ita. TrueIt is not really necessary to be a fast composer nowadays because most of the work is done by the music editor and orchestrator.b. FalseWhat is meant by “cartage”c. this is the term we use when referring to oversized instrument Musicians who play these instruments will be paid a cartage fee.A producer is the person in charge of the ongoing aspects of the production both in terms of organization and finances.Many composers use leitmotifs. What is leimotisf?What does a leitmotif do in a film?When music is used to intensify the pace of a film, is it also possible to use music to relaxthe pace of a film?Back in the 1940’s and the 1950’s music budgets were 3% 5% of the film’s total budget.Today its 1.5 to 2.5 %Music copyists are people who hand copy the individual instrument parts taken from the full score as composed by the music editor.