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spottingnotes.com congratulates supervising music editor Tony Lewis on winning the MPSE Golden Reel Award for Best Music Editing in a Musical Feature for Mamma Mia
Tools for composers

  • Session planning
  • Musician scheduling
  • Cue progress chart / status page
  • Easy distribution of MP3 / Quicktime demos. Monitor who has heard what, when!
  • Automated emailing of other users to inform of the existence of significant changes or new attachments
  • The ability to update start / end points and other details within the notes themselves
  • Easy sorting of cues by various criteria

Tools for music supervisors and producers

  • Needledrop cost calculator with on-the-fly currency conversion allowing easy experimentation with different song options and combinations
  • Cue Sheet "as-you-go" which automatically updates as the music changes
  • The ability to calculate scoring costs and plan recording sessions
  • Attachment of MP3 needledrop suggestions to individual cue entries

Tools for music editors

  • A clear and convenient way of presenting spotting notes
  • All SMPTE formats and feet / frames supported
  • Cut log… Individual cue timings referenced to a particular cut of the film allowing staggered updating of notes as the film is recut - colour coding means that users can see at a glance whether a particular cue's timings are accurate to the current cut
  • Cue Sheet as-you-go facility. The music supervisor can add publisher and affiliation details as the production progresses so the cue sheet is ready for printing immediately. The production, including its cue sheet remains archived online so can always be found.
  • The notes can be updated and published instantly at sessions, in bed, at the mix, on the train! ...wherever there’s internet access. Everyone sees the latest possible version of the notes at all times
  • Optional Shuffle-conforming of start / end timings on recut (coming soon)
  • Easily merge / split cues (coming soon)
  • Printable version of each page (if you really need to print the notes) or data export to other packages
  • Visitor Log - identify which users has been visiting the site and when


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Box Office Mojo - Top Stories (visit site)
'Ralph' Reigns Over Slow Weekend at the Box Office While 'Aquaman' Dominates in China Debut (read more...)
The domestic weekend was, for the most part, as light as was expected. While it wasn't the lowest grossing weekend of the year so far, it was the second lowest with the top twelve delivering a combined $77.8 million. This is all in advance of what should be a profitable holiday season to come and we got a hint as to just how profitable it could be with the launch of WB's Aquaman in China this weekend where the film delivered a massive $93.6 million, becoming the #1 film globally from one ma...

Disney's 'Ralph' to Threepeat Over Slow Box Office Weekend (read more...)
With no new wide releases this weekend, outside of the re-release of Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List, we're looking at what might be the lowest grossing weekend of the year so far. The top of the box office should, once again, be a near mirror image of the prior weekend with Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet leading the charge for a third weekend in a row while films such as Focus's Mary Queen of Scots and Neon's Vox Lux begin their limited release roll-outs. At the top of the box ...

'Ralph Breaks the Internet' Remains #1 with $26 Million Post-Thanksgiving Performance (read more...)
Outside of only a couple differences, this weekend's box office top ten almost mirrors last weekend's rankings exactly with Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet securing the #1 spot for a second weekend in a row. Among the differences, Universal's The Grinch switched places with Creed II as the animated feature took the runner-up position while topping $200 million domestically. In the bottom half of the top ten Sony's release of the Screen Gems horror film The Possession of Hannah Grace outp...

'Ralph' and 'Creed' Set to Repeat atop Post-Thanksgiving Weekend Box Office (read more...)
SATURDAY AM UPDATE: In terms of the weekend's holdovers, things are playing out mostly as expected with Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet set to repeat at #1 after a $5.74 million Friday and Creed II right behind it with an estimated $4.95 million on Friday. Ralph will separate itself from the pack over the weekend as families head to theaters, eventually giving the animated feature a three-day around $25-26 million. As for Sony's release of the R-rated Screen Gems horror The Possessio...

Box Office Mojo - Current Box Office Results (visit site)
Weekend Box Office: December 7-9, 2018 (read more...)
Ralph Breaks the Internet tops the box office with an estimated $16.1 million

Daily Box Office: Sunday, December 9, 2018 (read more...)
Ralph Breaks the Internet tops Sunday's box office with an estimated $4.8 million