Contributed By Glen Berry
Movies are 50% Sound
Sound Tracks contain Four Elements
Music is Emotionally Critical
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The difference between a student film and an independent film is good sound.
A sound track contains four elements: dialogue, narration, sound effects and music.
The importance of music to the emotional impact of your film is grossly disproportionate to the relative investment of time and money. Do not take your music lightly or treat it as an afterthought.