Bridgerton Scoring Competition
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The individuality of your score
You don’t have to match the original score, you can use whichever sounds you feel works with the visuals. It could be one instrument for the whole clip or you could mix and match as it develops. It’s about what YOU do with this scene with fresh eyes and ears.
Fitting the scene
There are several different scenes and locations in the competition clip, so you’ll need to handle each one with care and ensure you transition between them without distracting from the story. There is also a lot of dialogue so be careful not to take over the scene!
With such a variety of scenes within the clip we’ll be looking for scores that pay attention to the emotions at each point and how they balance with the visuals.
Inside the score
We visited Bridgerton composer Kris Bowers in his LA studio for a score breakdown like no other. See how a pro scored the exact clip from our Bridgerton Scoring Competition for the ultimate masterclass - you never know, you may pick up just the inspiration you need to win!