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This section covers topics such as songwriting, composition, music production, and the creative process, as well as what is currently happening in the music scene, medical research, etc.

It is important to recognize that the statements in this section are solely my opinions and should not be taken as fact. It is important to do your own research and make decisions based on facts rather than opinion. It is also important to remember that opinions can change over time and should not be taken as concrete.


Music has always been an integral part of filmmaking, but there have been some unique movie makers who have taken this relationship to another level by dreaming of music and then incorporating it into their films.

One of the most renowned filmmakers to have done this is the legendary director, Alfred Hitchcock. Hitchcock often dreamt of music for his films and then worked with composers to bring his dreams to life. He famously used Bernard Herrmann's music for his films Psycho, Vertigo, and North by Northwest. Hitchcock said that Herrmann's music was so powerful that it took his films to a higher level, and it is no wonder that these movies are still considered classics today.

Another director who dreamt of music and then incorporated it into his films was Stanley Kubrick. Kubrick has been praised for his use of classical music in his films, such as Strauss's Also Sprach Zarathustra in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Kubrick's use of classical music was so successful that it has been imitated by other filmmakers.

Another movie maker who dreamt of music and then incorporated it into his films was the great director Federico Fellini. Fellini is remembered for his use of music in his films, such as La Dolce Vita and 8 ½. Fellini was known for his use of classical music and often used pieces by composers such as Nino Rota.

Eventually, the great Jean-Luc Godard also dreamt of music and incorporated it into his films. Godard was known for his experimentations with sound and his innovative use of classical music. He often used pieces by Bach, Beethoven, and Schubert in his films.

These filmmakers have all left an indelible mark on the world of filmmaking by dreaming up music and incorporating it into their work. Their vision and creativity have been a source of inspiration for filmmakers and audiences alike.

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