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Old December 10th, 2006, 09:58 PM   #16
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most clients DONT want unknown music, and in countries like australia, where copyright is only a license fee away, its a no brianer when it comes to letting the cleint decide what music to choose. In mot situations, the cleint would prefer to chose thier own soundtrack, and despite our efforts as producers, some still dont get the gist when it comes to appropriate musc selection. Thats just a part of the game i guess.. sure enough, what ur saying is correct, and i wasnt implying u werent, however in the real world wedding scenario, most producers would be using audio selected by the clients themselves.

I sure understand what you are saying, but i rather convince my clients not to choose commercial music and they agree with me almost every time (but on my last one the B&G wanted me to use Massive Attack songs... come on, i love MA, but on a wedding video??????).
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Old December 11th, 2006, 02:25 AM   #17
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I sure understand what you are saying, but i rather convince my clients not to choose commercial music and they agree with me almost every time (but on my last one the B&G wanted me to use Massive Attack songs... come on, i love MA, but on a wedding video??????).
IMO MA ""Protection"" is a perfect track (for a wedding) , but i guess its all an element of style and personal taste. See, if the client tells u what they want before u shoot u can set up your shooting routine with that soundtrack in mind. Makes life easier.
As for trying to convince client to forgo their own discretion when it comes to music, despite whethers its 5.1 or not, i (and many of my clients) feel that it takes an element of power away from clients.
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