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How Does Music Get Used In Films?


Joel High is a music supervisor based in Los Angeles, CA. Formerly with TriMark and Lion’s Gate, he has designed and coordinated the music for films like Akeelah and the Bee, Monster’s Ball, Wonderland and Crash, and now runs his own music supervision company.
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Joel C. High, a music supervisor based in Los Angeles, CA, discusses with an audience at Loyola University, New Orleans the various ways that music supervisors use songs and music in the films they work on – for example, how a hit song is used versus how a song written on a work-for-hire basis by a songwriter is used versus how a film is scored – and what factors come into play when making these decisions.



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October 2006
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