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Music Editing for Film and Television by Steven Saltzman

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Chapter 11

Delivery Requirements

 

 

11.1 HAND IT OVER

As postproduction winds down, it is customary for the music editor to compile all of the pertinent data and musical materials from the film, including the music cue sheet (see section 11.5). These are part of the delivery requirements, and the responsibility of the music editor. The Pro Tools final mix session should be acquired by the music editor from the mixer, with all the audio copied intact, unless the film was mixed from music that came exclusively from the music editor’s rig, in which case you already have it.

11.2 DATA DELIVERY OF MEDIA

In most all projects, the film or television production company will require some kind of delivery of the music media. If the film is being sold, ...

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