Since the beginning of motion pictures, music has played an essential role in film-making. In the days of silent film, the only methods to express how a character felt were the dialog cards, the actor's face, and the music score, all of which worked together to convey the necessary emotions. In modern filmmaking, the movie's music is still one of its most important aspects.
Movies use music to help tell the story, shape the characters, support feelings like sadness, joy, tension, danger, and give locations and time a specific quality. Regardless of the genre (drama, comedy, horror, romance), music is used in various ways in movies to complement the different scenes and serves as a powerful guide as to how the viewer should feel about what is happening on the screen.
Whether an underscore, a pre-existing hit or a song written specifically for the movie is used, music is essential for film and composers and musicians are a vital part of the filmmaking process.
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