5 Ways To Add The Perfect Sound To Your Film

 

123rf stock photo clapboard film makingHave you ever watched a muted horror film (like The Conjuring 2) and find that you could watch through the scene but once it’s unmuted, you squirm and start getting goosebumps? That’s what sound does! It subtly dictates the overall mood of the film to the point where you barely realize it’s there.

Let’s discover 5 ways filmmakers can put sound to work in their movies from the beginning till it reaches a climax and mellows down to a (hopefully) fantastic grand finale. In addition, there are also suggested audio clips that you can potentially use in your next film!

123rf 5 ways of using music in filmSuggested Audio Clips:

Horror – Perplexing

Comedy – Typist Ghost

Action – Rock Weekend

Romance – Tea Time

Animation – Lock Up The Fox

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Suggested Audio Clips:

History Of Vaccines

Sampling Mission In Middle East

123rf blog - 5 ways of using music in film
Suggested Audio Clips:

Jazz Hands

Throwback Days

123rf blog - 5 ways of using music in film
Suggested Audio Clips:

New Space Stations

Polar Journey

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Suggested Audio Clips:

Persevering

Emotional Piano

Blood Pulse

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