In this video I will give you the necessary information to prepare yourself for the Masterclass: how to create realistic orchestral mockups. After watching this video, you know where and how to download the project files. You also have imported the midi track into your DAW. You know how to assign the instruments to each track and you coloured them nicely. So don’t let us waste any time and get right into the preparations!
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About the Masterclass: how to create realistic orchestral mockups
I think it is important to share with you my thoughts about the masterclass and its components. Cause I want to give you max value.
So I’m going to break it up in multiple videos … hopefully not to long … and zoom in on certain elements, details and things the pros won’t tell and show you. Starting with the basics and the fundamentals and slowly go to the more advanced topics and eventually discuss the mixing and mastering.
I will upload a video each Thursday. So you will get a fresh video each week. With this weekly pace I want to give you enough time to work with the project files and apply the things that I show you in my videos. Or challenge you to experiment with it.
It also gives you time to comment and ask me questions if needed. Maybe you want me to spend some more time on a certain topic after watching the video, for example.
Now I have to say, this masterclass shows you how I write orchestral music for film and video. How I create realistic orchestral mockups. But that doesn’t mean that this is the only way to do it. Let’s be honest. There are so many ways that lead to Rome. Right?
So don’t see this Masterclass as the absolute truth or the way you should do your orchestral composing thing. No! Just use it as an inspiration, a thought about how you could write orchestral music for film. A sort of guidance.