Blurring the Lines Between Music and Sound Design

Film examples that push the boundaries

What sonic elements belong to the film score, and what belongs to sound design? In the conventional movie-making process, it’s rather a question of dividing responsibilities. However, it can also be a creative choice. Nowadays, more and more films follow this approach. In this article, we take a look at outstanding movie examples, such as “Arrival”, “Dune”, and “Chernobyl”, take a deep dive into their rare score workflows, and explore the poetic topic of blurring the lines between music and sound design.

Read the full article at CineD - Sonic Synergy – Film Examples of Blurring the Lines Between Music and Sound Design

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