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May 22

Making Music in Movies

May 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm AEST

Have you ever wondered how music is written for film, movies and TV? Experienced film composer Marcos Gill will take you behind the scenes!

This workshop is great for young people and adults who just love film music, or who are looking to expand their composition skills, or for any aspiring filmmakers new to the movie scene looking to boost the soundtrack to their film. 

Participants will expand their musical repertoire through the exploration of the composition process and technical elements such as melody, harmonisation, chords, rhythm and sound effects. You will also learn about the post production process in which the composer works with directors and producers to ensure the musical and visual messages are aligned and have the opportunity to ask all your burning questions and share your thoughts.

We will provide exclusive tips and tricks of film composition so you can create magic and enhance your film project or composition abilities. 

Marcos Gil is a film composer and session musician with extensive experience as a music educator teaching bass guitar, music theory, ensembles and music production. Marcos has a bachelor’s degree in Music Performance from SADEM, Argentina and a Masters degree in Orchestration for Film and TV from Berklee, USA.

Marcos has worked as a session and touring bassist for the last 20 years, playing across Australia, South America and the US. He has written music for the Bam Bam Feature documentary which received the award for Best Feature Documentary at the Lady Filmmakers Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2018.

His work has also been featured on TV including Bondi Rescue, Australian Ninja Warrior and the Amazing Race Australia.

This workshop is recommended for ages 15 and over.

Please ensure that you have entered a correct email address as we will send you a Zoom link a few days prior to the event.

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