MSH Conference: Film Music Freya Arde


02:00pm – 05:00pm

Freya Arde

Audio Processing in Film Scoring

In Film Scoring, music production is as important as the composing itself.
In this workshop we will explore possibilities by experimenting with audio music material in a creative way. Freya Arde will show examples of her work for films and recreate the process of how the film was scored. This is a workshop for everyone who wants to delve deeper into music production software and create their own unique sounds.

Admission: 50 € (incl. 19 % VAT) or
MSH Conference: 150 € (incl. 19 % VAT)
for any numbers of MSH Conference Events incl. SpecialEvents
Flatrate: 1600 € (incl. 19% VAT)
for any numbers of MasterClasses, Workshops, MSH Conference Events and SpecialEvents
Discount for students, trainees, interns: 20% (certificate required)
Working Language: German
Location: STUDIO KINO, Bernstorffstrasse 93, D-22767 Hamburg

We guarantee:
In case of unforeseeable events in connection with the Corona pandemic, which make participation or
a trip to / stay in Hamburg impossible, we will of course refund the fees already paid.

Freya Arde is a multi-award winning composer, guitarist and producer. Her latest feature productions “Endzeit” (directed by Carolina Hellsgård, 2018) and “Meine wunderbar seltsame Woche mit Tess” (directed by Steven Wouterlood, 2019) premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and the Berlinale and are being shown in cinemas worldwide. Shortly after receiving her master’s degree in film music from Filmuniversität Babelsberg Konrad Wolf, she won the German Film Music Award for Best Newcomer for her music for “Nelly’s Adventure” (2016, directed by Dominik Wessely). Since then, she has worked full-time as a composer, scoring documentaries and feature films. In her unique soundscapes she combines acoustic instrumentation with audio processing and electronic elements. She has worked with orchestras such as the German Film Orchestra Babelsberg and the Brandenburg State Orchestra Frankfurt. In her new film score for “Das geheime Leben der Bäume” (directed by Jörg Adolph, 2020), she blurs the boundaries between classical music and sound design by embedding animal and plant sounds from the forest.