In directing universities, in order to visually show the influence of music on the perception of a picture, students are shown the following experiment: the same scene of a film is played twice - first with offscreen music, and then without it. You can do this at home: choose some emotional or tense moment of your favorite movie - say, the ending of the second "Terminator", and then turn on the background of the main theme from "The Benny Hill Show". All the drama of the situation will evaporate instantly.
The Modelizer app, currently only available in the App Store, builds on a similar effect. In fact, all it can do is add music to the videos that you shoot in real time. However, instead of song titles, Modelizer suggests choosing a soundtrack based on so-called "moods". There are 15 of them in total - there are both standard options like "romance" (pleasant violin music plays, as if taken from some romantic comedy with Jennifer Aniston) and "horror" (dark synthetic ambient), and extravagant, like eight-bit "arcade" or buzzing "metal".
The developers say that about fifty composers write music for the application, and in the future some songs will only be paid - this is a local monetization system. The app itself is free.
After selecting the desired melody, you just click on the screen - and video recording begins. You can write from both the main camera and the front camera. In general, in such a simple way, you can create a kind of soundtrack for events in your life.
Of course, such videos are especially popular on social networks, so immediately after recording, the resulting videos can be shared even on Facebook, at least on Instagram or Vkontakte.
There are two drawbacks to Modelizer: the inability to add music to an already shot video (they promise to add such an opportunity in the future) and a watermark in the lower right corner on any video created in the application.
Otherwise, the program may well "shoot", like Prisma or Periscope in their time, so seize the moment. At least in order to say later - “I used Modelizer even before it became mainstream.”>