This is going to be a very interesting series of videos about my orchestral music track Floating Balloons! We dive into the little details. Revealing secrets that will help you compose orchestral music.
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What is this series of videos about?
I recently finished the masterclass How to create realistic orchestral mockups. It was a quite technical masterclass. I covered many topics. For example: positioning, eq-ing, mic positions, timing, balancing. And I talked about mixing and mastering.
With this series of videos I wanted to address some other topics. Topics that in my opinion are important when you want to write good (orchestral) music.
I’ll be talking about the psychological aspects of writing orchestral music. Or music in general. About topics like Inspiration. The blank sheet. The idea. The development. And of course, finishing.
But also how does my brain as a composer work. And also how do I make choices.
All based on my orchestral music track Floating Balloons. Which you can dissect, rebuild and study in the greatest amount of detail.
Get the project files of Floating Balloons
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