Online Master's Degree Course

Culminating Experience in Film Scoring 2

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Course Code: OCOMP-695

Next semester starts September 28

Level 6 - Degree Only

Level 6

In this second culminating experience course, you continue working one-on-one with an instructor to develop your final project for the master's program. The project involves creating a hybrid score for a film provided by the instructor or sourced by you with the instructor’s permission. The instructor acts as the director and requests revisions and re-writes, emulating the professional world. You will use all the skills developed in the rest of your coursework to create a successful score.

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By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Respond positively to instructor feedback
  • Rewrite and revise cues according to the instructor’s notes
  • Write and develop themes for longform film format
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Syllabus

Syllabus coming soon.

Requirements

Prerequisites and Course-Specific Requirements

Completion of Culminating Experience in Film Scoring 1 is required.

Film Scoring Rig: Click here for the full software and hardware requirements for the program.


General Course Requirements

Below are the minimum requirements to access the course environment and participate in live chats. Please make sure to also check the Prerequisites and Course-Specific Requirements section above, and ensure your computer meets or exceeds the minimum system requirements for all software needed for your course. 

Mac Users

PC Users

All Users

  • Latest version of  Google Chrome
  • Zoom meeting software (available in the course when joining your first chat)
  • Webcam
  • Speakers or headphones
  • External or internal Microphone
  • Broadband Internet connection

Instructors


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Tim Huling is a composer, orchestrator, producer and educator who works in music for film, TV, video games, the concert hall, and more. His credits include films such as Georgia Rule and Mad Money; TV shows such as Little PeopleBig World and Inside Passage; video games such as Planetary Annihilation and Skyrealm; and installations such as Hunger Games at the Motiongate Theme Park and Great Seattle Fire at MOHAI. Tim has enjoyed concert premieres, including works for symphony orchestra, chamber ensemble, various jazz works, and two ballets.

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In 2014, Tim was proud to return to his alma mater, the Film Scoring Department at Berklee College of Music. There he teaches film music composition, orchestration, and technology. Read Less


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Questions?

Contact our Academic Advisors by phone at 1-866-BERKLEE (U.S.), 1-617-747-2146 (INT'L), or by email at advisors@online.berklee.edu.

We can also answer basic questions in the comments below. Please note that all comments are public.

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