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Four-time Oscar-nominated film composer Danny Elfman, the artist who created the music for The Nightmare Before Christmas, Good Will Hunting, and more than 100 other films, teaches you his unconventional, uncensored creative process and techniques for elevating a story through sound in his first-ever MasterClass.
Content:
01 Introduction
Meet your new instructor: four-time Oscar-nominated composer Danny Elfman. He gives an overview of the class and welcomes you to his surreal and macabre world.
02 Beginnings
Danny wasn’t a classically trained musician before becoming a film composer—and he doesn’t think you need to be, either. He shares his unexpected journey to film composition.
03 Starting Your Score: The Spotting Session
The first day on the job for a film composer is the spotting session, where it’s critical to listen to your director. Danny explains how to map out your score and determine length, budget, and how to overcome temporary music.04 Storytelling Through Music
To be a film composer, you must first be a student of cinema and film scores. Danny highlights how various scores throughout film history have elevated the director’s vision as well as influenced his own work.
05 Themes and Melodies
A theme or melody can be everything and nothing at all; it can come easily or take a long time. Using examples from some of his most well-known scores, Danny teaches you how to create and identify themes and melodies for your film’s score.
06 Real Time Listening: A Simple Plan
While listening to the score he wrote for A Simple Plan, Danny walks you through how he crafted it and explains his choices.
07 Instrumentation
There is no right or wrong instrument to convey a certain emotion. Danny shows you ways you can build tone, energy, and movement through your choices in instrumentation as well as how to treat, prepare, and play your instruments.
08 Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas
Writing specifically for a character can be daunting. In this case study, Danny discusses the process of creating the score for The Nightmare Before Christmas and how he collaborated with Tim Burton to invent Jack Skellington's story.
09 Workflow
When you have a disorganized mind like Danny’s, studio and project organization are key to a successful career. He shares his process for organizing his studio, how he chooses his software, and the big board that keeps track of his output.
10 Creating Your Template
Identifying the tone of the film can dictate the sounds that make up your template. Danny walks you through how he creates a template from which to build a score, and he tells you how being prepared can help you realize your vision.
11 Insecurity and Instincts
Artists are filled with doubt. Danny talks about how to manage that doubt and move forward. He opens up about his vulnerabilities, how he overcomes them, and how he sharpened his instincts to make better career decisions.
12 Writing Feature Scores
To map out a score, you need to figure out the tone and identify the moments that define the film. Using examples from films of different genres, Danny shows how he reverse-engineered the scores to reflect key moments and the tonal landscape.
13 Changing Your Approach: Milk
Using Milk as a case study, Danny explores how a literal approach to scoring for the script isn’t necessarily the right decision and how improvisation can often be the missing piece to the puzzle.
14 Chasing a Moving Edit
Composing to an evolving film is a challenge. Danny explains how to find the editor’s tempo and rhythm, how to get in to and out of musical phrases, and how to sync to picture.
15 The Devil's in the Detail
Danny loves the process of detailing. He shows a scene from Lawrence of Arabia to illustrate how sound design and detailing can elevate your score.
16 Real Time Listening: The Unknown Known
Danny listens to the score he made for The Unknown Known and explains how creating the villain’s theme for this documentary was not as straightforward as you might think.
17 On Fai
Even seasoned composers like Danny face failure and have to pick themselves up again. By opening up about a temporary falling-out with Tim Burton, Danny shows how to overcome your ego and persevere in the face of failure.
18 Working With Directors
Collaboration with directors is a subtle art form that Danny has cultivated for more than 35 years. He offers advice on how to talk to your director, present your ideas at playbacks, and receive feedback
19 Crossing the Line
There is a line between influence, homage, and plagiarism. Danny illustrates how the line is drawn, when you have overstepped the boundaries, and how to rise above and maintain originality.
20 Advice to New Composer
As a composer with no classical training, Danny offers a different perspective on getting into the business. He encourages you to find what makes you unique, pursue what you can do best, and promote that aspect of yourself to be heard.
21 Closing
Danny reflects on the journey he has taken together with you, as an old miner might tell stories around the campfire to young gold seekers before they venture out into the world to strike (cinematic) gold.






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曾四次获得奥斯卡提名的电影作曲家丹尼·埃尔夫曼(Danny Elfman)在他的第一堂大师课上,为圣诞前的《恶梦》、《善意猎杀》(Good Will Hunting)和其他100多部电影创作了音乐,他教给大家他非传统的、未经审查的创作过程和通过声音提升故事的技巧。

内容:

01简介

认识你的新教练:四次奥斯卡提名作曲家丹尼·埃尔夫曼。他概述了全班的情况,欢迎大家来到他的超现实和恐怖的世界。

02开始

丹尼在成为电影作曲家之前不是受过古典音乐训练的音乐家,他认为你也不需要。他与大家分享了他出人意料的电影创作之旅。

03开始得分:点球环节

电影作曲家工作的第一天是现场观察阶段,在那里聆听导演的声音是至关重要的。丹尼解释了如何绘制你的乐谱,确定长度,预算,以及如何克服临时音乐。04通过音乐讲故事

要成为一名电影作曲家,你首先必须是一名电影和电影分数的学生。丹尼强调了在整个电影史上,各种各样的分数如何提升了导演的视野,并影响了他自己的作品。

05主题和旋律

一个主题或旋律可以是一切,而不是任何东西;它可能来得容易,也可能需要很长时间。丹尼用一些他最著名的配乐中的例子,教你如何为你的电影配乐创作和确定主题和旋律。

06实时收听:一个简单的计划

丹尼一边听他为一个简单的计划写的乐谱,一边教你他是如何构思的,并解释他的选择。

07仪表

没有正确或错误的工具来表达某种情绪。丹尼向你展示了如何通过你对乐器的选择,以及如何处理、准备和演奏乐器来建立音调、能量和运动。

08蒂姆伯顿是圣诞节前的噩梦

专门为一个角色写作可能会让人望而生畏。在这个案例研究中,丹尼讨论了在圣诞节前为《噩梦》创作配乐的过程,以及他如何与蒂姆·伯顿合作创作杰克·斯凯林顿的故事。

09工作流程

当你像丹尼那样头脑混乱时,工作室和项目组织是成功事业的关键。他分享了他组织工作室的过程,他如何选择他的软件,以及跟踪他的输出的大董事会。

10创建模板

确定电影的基调可以决定构成模板的声音。丹尼教你如何创建一个模板,从中建立一个分数,他告诉你如何准备可以帮助你实现你的愿景。

11不安全感和本能

艺术家们充满了怀疑。丹尼谈到了如何处理这种疑虑并继续前进。他公开自己的弱点,如何克服它们,以及如何磨砺自己的本能,做出更好的职业决策。

12个写作特写分数

要想画出一个分数,你需要找出基调,并找出定义电影的时刻。丹尼以不同类型的电影为例,展示了他是如何将分数反向设计,以反映关键时刻和色调景观的。

13改变你的方法:牛奶

丹尼以米尔克为例,探讨了剧本的文字评分方法不一定是正确的决定,以及即兴创作如何常常成为拼图中缺失的部分。

14追踪移动编辑

为一部不断发展的电影作曲是一项挑战。丹尼解释了如何找到编辑的节奏和节奏,如何进入和退出音乐短语,以及如何同步到图片。

15魔鬼在细节上

丹尼喜欢细致入微的过程。他展示了一个来自阿拉伯劳伦斯的场景来说明声音设计和细节是如何提高你的分数的。

16实时监听:未知已知

丹尼听了他为未知的已知的分数,并解释了如何创造这个纪录片的反派的主题不是你想象中那么简单。

Fai上的17

即使像丹尼这样经验丰富的作曲家也面临失败,必须重新振作起来。丹尼向大家展示了如何克服自我,在失败面前坚持下去。

18与董事合作

与导演的合作是丹尼35年来培养出来的一种微妙的艺术形式。他就如何与你的主管交谈、如何在回放时展示你的想法以及如何获得反馈提供建议

19过线

影响力、敬意和剽窃之间是有界限的。丹尼说明了当你超越界限时,如何画出这条线,以及如何超越并保持原创性。

20给新作曲家的建议

作为一个没有受过古典音乐训练的作曲家,丹尼对进入这个行业提出了不同的看法。他鼓励你去发现是什么让你与众不同,去追求你能做的最好的事情,并让别人听到你自己的这方面
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