Evenant Cinematic Music: From Idea To Finished Recording
Evenant’s Cinematic Music: From Idea To Finished Recording is the starting composer’s complete guide to mastering all the fundamental principles of composing, orchestrating and producing modern cinematic tracks.
From writing memorable themes to effective harmonic progressions, structuring your tracks into pleasant sonic journeys, and mocking them up using modern sample libraries – we will cover everything you need to know to make your musical ideas come to life.
Through 26 hours of video content, you will be guided through the process of creating modern cinematic music in the style of Hans Zimmer, Two Steps From Hell and Brian Tyler – from coming up with the first ideas to the finished recording is done.
From Idea To Finished Recording has been an Evenant humble attempt at this, crafting the course they wish had access to when Arn from Evenant of started out. To make sure it is the best learning resource possible for aspiring composers, it has recently gotten a big facelift.
Here’s What You’ll Learn
-Coming up with ideas for themes easily and effortlessly
-Using the PReVaDe method to craft memorable melodies
-Writing effective countermelodies and ostinatos
-Structuring your theme ideas into powerful, complete compositions
-The most fundamental principles for arranging for the orchestra
-How to avoid the worst mistakes that are ruining your orchestrations
-The basics of the orchestral instruments and their families
-How to make your orchestrations sound huge and lush
-Crucial principles for making your mockups sound more realistic
-Basic techniques and principles for better mixes
-Arn Andersson approaches for a clean, powerful production – even if you’re no mixer
Here’s an overview of the 7 modules that make up the course:
Module 1: Enter The World Of Cinematic Music
Module 2: Crafting Your Theme
Module 3: Structuring Your Track
Module 4: Orchestration and Arrangement
Module 5: Creating A Realistic Mockup
Module 6: Mixing and Mastering Your Track
Module 7: Creating A Track From Beginning To End
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