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The Edit Center, the New York school that teaches beginning editors by having them edit actual films from outside filmmakers, is launching a class in music supervision and editing. Those looking to break into this business might want to check out this program. Deadline to enroll is April 16. From the press release:

Learn the language of music in film in this creative and pragmatic 4-week seminar led by music editor Suzana Peric’ (Rachel Getting Married, The Illusionist, The Pianist) and music supervisor Sue Jacobs (Little Miss Sunshine, Everything is Illuminated, Capote). The class will cover what a music editor and supervisor are responsible for, as well as how to:

-Create a temp track for your film
-Budget for music, composed and licensed
-Deal with spotting, time code, temp scoring, synch rights, cue sheet, etc…
-Find the right composer
-Create a positive and collaborative Composer/Director relationship

Over the four weeks, Susan and Suzana will draw from their personal experience and lead class discussions on musical selections from a wide range of both studio and independent films.

Who should attend?
This class is suited for filmmakers of all varieties, i.e. directors, producers, editors etc…

Tue/Thur 7:00-9:00. 4 weeks.
First class, Tuesday, April 27th.

Course Cost
$800. Edit Center alums receive 20% off. Seats limited.

Deadline to register: April 16th
email: rachel AT or call The Edit Center – 212.691.2370 to register or for more info.

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