If you want to learn how to create orchestral mockups like One Last Dance, this One Last Dance Download Bundle will give you great insights. You are not only getting the written score (sheet music) of this original composition, but you also get a MIDI file which is ready to be imported into any DAW. After the import in your DAW you assign your favourite instruments out of your own orchestral libraries to the related individual tracks. And you’re ready to go!
Examine the MIDI patterns, the orchestration, the automated expression, etc.. Learn more in detail about how to create these kind of realistic orchestral mockups.
With the enclosed AUDIO files you are able to fine tune and mix your own virtual instruments. Use the STEMS as a reference point. I have included separate STEMS for all individual instruments. Use the Full Mix AUDIO file as a reference track to make your own professional master file.
If you’re working with notation software like Sibelius, Dorico, Finale or Musescore, you can import the enclosed Music XML file. That will make One Last Dance available in your favourite notation software program for any further analysis.
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Libraries used in the original One Last Dance StaffPad mockup:
- Spitfire Audio Symphonic Woodwinds
- Spitfire Audio Symphonic Percussion
- Cinesamples VOXOS
- Cinesamples Cinepiano
- CineSamples CineHarps
- CineSamples CineStrings Solo
- Spitfire Audio Symphonic Strings
I don’t have the sample libraries listed. Can I still use the project files?
Yes! Either load the default StaffPad samples, or simply rebuild the composition with the enclosed MIDI or MusicXML file in any other DAW or music notation program.
Note: Samples that this MIDI of MusicXML was not designed for may behave differently to the original samples, and the final result will sound different to the Audio STEMS provided.