I was sure to add all the deaths since I was missing a few from the original version as well as a few minor digital effects to make it work more with the music. This is probably my best comedy video I've done to date (including Anime) and probably my most popular no-anime one as well. In Spring of 2002, I was told of a Star Trek music video contest at one of the conventions so I decided to send this video in and was surprised when it won!
Music in a film gives characters life and directs our emotional moods in every scene. A good soundtrack results into a masterpiece film and as such, it is not easy identifying the best anime song ever. Every individual for sure has their favorite but this article contains a few of the all-time best 10 anime film songs but the arrangement is not in any specific order.
- Cowboy Bebop anime series - the soundtrack albums were composed by Yoko Kanno and Seatbelts
- Tokyo Ghoul features music composed by Yutaka Yamada
- Naruto Shippūden composed by Toshio Masuda
- Death Note composed by Yoshihisa Hirano and Hideki Taniuchi and the theme songs by nightmare band.
- Fullmetal Alchemist track composed is Akira Senju while the opening and closing themes of different series were done by different people.
- Angel Beats! - "My Soul, Your Beats!" performed by Lia
- Samurai Champloo – “Battlecry”
- Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex composed by Yoko Kanno
- Attack on Titan by Hiroyuki Sawano
- Neon Genesis Evangelion, “Cruel Angel Thesis,” Yoko Takahashi.
What is the function of music in a Film?
Basically, music is incorporated into a movie to enhance the story narration as well as guide the audience emotionally all through the film. It can be used to illustrate the movement of different characters as well as creating relationships within the plot by associating situations or places with certain themes. Another very key function of music tracks is setting a tone for the movie; this function also enables the creation of twists on the film and identification of genre.
To some extent, music helps the audience associate the movie or characters with certain cultural, social and geographical references without necessarily establishing the location visually. It also relates a movie with a certain time period. Finally, music is intended to unite the audience by bringing a collective emotion to various scenes of a movie. However, some of the above techniques should not be overdone as they may make an impression of an old-fashioned film but if used correctly will generate the intended results.