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This panel includes an award-winning music supervisor, a music editor and a composer who offer advice on a smooth music production for film and television post production. Panelists will also show musical examples of their work and explain how they help to create a finished soundtrack. This event is specifically aimed at helping editors, producers, post supervisors and others to better understand the complexities of working with music during post.
Some of the topics that will be addressed during the panel:
What materials is an editor responsible for giving to each member of the music department?
What is the interaction with each other? Who works with who? Is there a hierarchy?
How to know whether or not a piece of music is working within a scene.
How do you communicate with music people if you aren't a musician?
How much creative control should you give a music supervisor or composer?
Jim Black, Music Supervisor
Ian Blume has worked in feature film postproduction for 16 years, spanning such films as Chocolat, Doubt and The Bourne Legacy. Armed with a bachelor's degree in Film from Emerson College in Boston, MA, Ian built a strong foundation at Sound One NY. Since then, he climbed the ranks as an assistant editor, working on 18 features of all budget levels, in the US and abroad. He has collaborated with many top-tier, award winning filmmakers - including editors Tim Squyres, John Gilroy, Dylan Tichenor, Barbara Tulliver and Andrew Mondshein, writer / directors John Patrick Shanley and M. Night Shyamalan, and producers Akiva Goldsman and Scott Rudin. An active member of the Motion Picture Editors Guild and the Post NY Alliance, Ian is currently finishing his 4th narrative feature film as an editor. Along the way he has compiled a variety of temp scores and has worked directly with music editors, supervisors and composers to take those films from the first spotting session to the final mix.