Today more than ever, composers are required to present realistic and well-produced mockups of their music to clients. These mock-ups are a representation of a music cue, produced with computer samples to recreate the sound of an orchestra, at a fraction of the cost. Most often, the mock-up is used as the final product, but it is also required even if there is a live orchestra session on the horizon.
Producing mock-ups at the highest level is time consuming and often composers do not have the time to fully produce the score. This is where Hollywood Scoring's Mock-up service comes in. In this blog post we'll discuss three ways that a composer can use our mock-up service. We'll show before/after examples from a notated score, handwritten sketch and midi sketch.
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