June 2009
Inside Film;Jun2009, Issue 121, p45
The article discusses the selection of the right soundtrack for a film. Norman Parkhill comments that many producers have unrealistic expectations of what can be accomplished with their sound budget. Due to cost restrictions, some producers hire affordable artists to re-record an expensive soundtrack, while others settle for music with a similar feel to big-ticket songs.


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