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Old November 30th, 2007, 05:15 PM   #1
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cinescore or sonicfire tutorials?

Anyone have any good ones for sale or online? I see potential but the learning curve may take too long to get any real benefit from it without some tutorials.
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Old November 30th, 2007, 05:31 PM   #2
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These are both very easy to use.

With either, you work your way through available themes, select a length you need for a particular scene or the whole film, click okay, and you have it scored to the length. GUI's for each are easy to understand. Depending on the version, you can also select some variations of theme, but it is real simple to do..

If I was choosing one, I would go with the Sonic Fire Pro latest version because of the availability a wider range of music, the ability to use variations on the theme by selecting out layers, although not all their stuff is layered. Some of the older themes are not, but are still well worth it. Nice feature there, too, with a lot of themes, you can just buy the single theme on line, and you get access to some familiar movie theme music too.
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