Is this the way the film music indusrty is going?
I recently had a discussion with the director I have just worked with about our career paths, how much to charge etc, and although I agreed with most of what he said, he said one thing that made me think: he said it is too easy for a director to go to a studio where there are in-house composers and get a job done for a good rate and quick (like Media Ventures I guess). I said to him that although this might be the case, the actual music wouldn\'t be as good as from a single composer. Then he said that for me to enhance my career I should think about getting involved in one of these studios, as that is the way the film music industry is going. Is this true?