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Movie Music Comparison – Can You Score?

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Submitted by: Alex Spangler

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Blend two songs from any two different movie scores, creating a mix of the two songs into one, but that make something new by the combination. Make sure the music matches or plays against itself- and expand on what story evolves from doing this. This may sound a bit daunting, but it's fun to do! A great way to check on two different songs sounding the same is to look at YouTube Doubler - http://youtubedoubler.com/.

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Submissions So Far

“Movie” Music Comparison- “Of Their Own Accord” and “The Dark Knight Theme”

For my first Mashup Assignment of the week, I chose to do the assignment called Movie Music Comparison – Can You Score?.  For this assignment, I was tasked with taking two musical scores from two different films and combining them in a meaningful way.  At first, I dabbled with …

ReMiX tHiNg GoEs In, ReMiX tHiNg CoMeS oUt

I fudged the Movie Music Comparison assignment a little—the second song I used is from a video game, not a movie. However, I’m once again invoking The First Rule and arguing that because a modern video game is technically an interactive cinematic storytelling experience (stick THAT in your rhetoric and chew on it, new media …

Phantom of Egypt

From the Movie Music Comparison – Can You Score? 4-star assignment: Blend two songs from any two different movie scores, creating a mix of the two songs into one. You will need to use Audacity or iMovie/Garageband to edit the clips together. This may sound a bit daunting, but it’s…

Remix #2

for this remix, I used a new assignment, the movie song mashup!
I might have interpreted it wrong, but here I’ve tried to combine two songs, Candle on the Water and Safe and Sound. Candle on the water is a complete classic by Helen Reddy from…PETE’S DRAGON. HOLY CRAP, my…

Movie Music Comparison—– can you score?

For this assignment I used Madagascar’s soundtrack “I like to move it move it” and I used Happy Feet’s soundtrack “I’m bringing fluffy back.” I used audacity to blend the two songs together. Then I opened up Windows Movie Maker added two backgrounds one of Happy Feet and the other…

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Tutorials So Far

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The following are my tutorials for the Movie Music Comparison assignment and the Movie Scenes That Changed Our Lives assignment, respectively. I’m trying out Vimeo because at this point YouTube can kiss my frustrated not-read-only downtime-hating tush, and you can quote me on that. I used the 30-day free trial of Camtasia to create both …