Jeff Rona On Advice for Aspiring Film Composers

In this clip from – Jeff Rona, an electronic music specialist and notable film composer, offers both advice and caution to people aspiring to a career in film composing, assesses what skills are required, what personal traits are necessary, and what art-music composers and songwriters need to relearn before they can succeed in film composing.

Author: ArtistsHouseMusic
Duration: 244
Published: 2011-07-20 22:32:32
Jeff Rona On Advice for Aspiring Film Composers

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