Ten tips for using music in multimedia

Music is an all too frequently overlooked facet of multimedia production, says Eric Maierson of MediaStorm. I especially appreciate this tip:

Music should not be used as simply background sound. It’s an integral part of multimedia, as important at times as your images, narration, or video. Effective music editing creates a rhythm, a call and response, with your other media sources.

It’s great advice, so read it now!

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One Response to “Ten tips for using music in multimedia”

  1. studiomanager541 Says:

    Thanks for posting the link to your readers. I admire great people with great minds and big hearts to spreading some good news about how amazing and wonderful music can be. Keep up the good work and continue to share your bright thoughts and ideas, which I think are all useful to many music teachers, school administrators and even studio managers out there. Please also share more tips and other relevant resources on studio management – giving us more rooms for effectiveness and efficiency. Thanks again and see you around. Cheers!

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