Hands on! Workshop program på SoundTrack_Cologne 13
Film- og/eller spillkomponist?
Disse workshoppene bør være interessante for flere NOPA-medlemmer og andre komponister og tekstforfattere. Særlig film- og spillkomponister vil ha stor utbytte av programmet. Workshoppene er i utgangspunktet åpne for alle, men det er begrenset antall plasser. Det er derfor lurt å be om akkreditering allerede nå, om du har tenkt deg til Köln på SoundTrack_Cologne 13. De gjør også oppmerksom på at workshopene med Tuomas Kantelinen og Borgarts & Kolinski krever forhåndsregistrering.
PROGRAM fra pressemeldingen
- Finnish composer Tuomas Kantelinen is not only a very relaxed and highly entertaining conversationalist, he also has proven himself a master of orchestral compositions in his work for international film productions (“Mongol“, “Mindhunters“, “The Legend of Hercules“), for ballet and in opera. He will give a practical insight into the art and craft of film scoring during this morning workshop.
- The London-based DJ duo The Penelopes remixed The Ting Tings, The Pet Shop Boys and Lana Del Rey. In their practical remix workshop the two Frenchmen reveal some of their tricks and tools before they perform in person after the award ceremony.
- Steinberg Media Technologies became a manufacturer of groundbreaking software like Cubase and Nuendo for leader in DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). But especially NUENDO can do much more than just music production. Senior Product Specialist International Sebastian Mönch presents NUENDO as a comprehensive tool for processing and integration of game scores.
- Unlike film scores, game music is nonlinear music that is recalled in gameplay algorithmically. Helge Borgarts and Andreas Kolinski teach composers, what needs to be considered when looking at adaptive game music.
- Matthias Tode and Matthias Hornschuh offer a film music workshop in cooperation with the LAG Local media work NRW e.V. and the Bundesverband Jugend und Film e.V., especially for those involved in youth media work. How does music get into movies, how do you find the right sounds for the intended statements and effects?