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Brave Little Leiblings: The Alternate Reality of Music in 'Wolfenstein: The New Order'

When Jason Menkes and Ravi Krishnaswami (pictured above) were charged with soundtracking an alternate universe ruled by the Nazis, their mantra became “make it upbeat.” That bubble gum-smacking pop sweetness is precisely what makes the soundtrack to Wolfenstein: The New Order so damn creepy.

Music Publishing Coordinator

When a music supervisor or other client is searching for the perfect soundtrack to accompany a television episode, film, or advertising campaign, they often turn to boutique music publishing companies that offer services for sourcing existing songs and producing original scores. The music publishing coordinator works directly with the owner and senior management of the company to perform administrative and creative functions in relation to music publishing activities.

Sony Music Entertainment

Sony Music Entertainment is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation of America, born out of an acquisition of CBS Records Group. At the close of 2010, SME counted more than 30 record labels to its roster.

Re-recording Mixer

In the post-production process for film and television, the re-recording mixer is responsible for pulling together the complete soundtrack, and refining that audio for technical and aesthetic quality.

Music Editor

A film or television show is not complete without a variety of music cues. The composer’s melodies flowing beneath the visuals lend emotion, suspense, and a depth of experience, as do source cues (heard when an actor turns on the radio or walks into a nightclub), or songs performed on camera.

Music Supervisor

Once again, you find yourself staring down at the fax machine, contemplating a paper jam and wondering what the innards of this machine might look like if splayed across the ground with a baseball bat. Invariably, a certain tune pops into your head. Now that “Still” by the Geto Boys will be running through your mind all day, you can thank a music supervisor for that track’s placement in the film Office Space.