Menu

Tag: film score

Make MIDI Sound Real: Creating Orchestral Mockups, Part 1

Make MIDI Sound Real: Creating Orchestral Mockups, Part 1

35 Comments

“Getting the Most Out of Your MIDI Sequencer: Part One” Much of the music that comes out of Hollywood today, particularly from the television industry, is created digitally, in the box, using pre-recorded or sampled instruments, replacing sweaty and error-prone human musicians with coldly efficient – and, more importantly, cost-effective – robots. For better or […]

WALK-THRU for “Palette – Orchestral FX”

WALK-THRU for “Palette – Orchestral FX”

2 Comments

greetings Dickie from Red Room audio here to introduce you to palette our thematic professional orchestral series this video is a playthrough for the second brush pack entitled orchestral effects a generous collection of unique aleatory effects for Strings brass woodwinds in choir the palette series is debuting with three additional products that cover most […]

Johanne (3/6) – Embracing Macedonian culture with composer Ros Gilman

Johanne (3/6) – Embracing Macedonian culture with composer Ros Gilman

0 Comment

Hello music fans, Ros Gilman here. Today I’m in Skopje, Macedonia, where I’ll be working with the Macedonian Symphonic Orchestra to record a soundtrack. Just standing on Macedonia Square, and right behind me is the Alexander the Great Fountain, I believe. It’s all fairly new, and there is a lot of building works going on […]

Machine Room & VSL Connection – Studio Time: S2E14

Machine Room & VSL Connection – Studio Time: S2E14

94 Comments

hey this is Tom junkie XL or welcome to studio time season 2 and in this episode I will discuss my machine room my VSL connection and how this all kind of works I got so many questions about it even though I do a really good explanation on it in season 1 how the […]

The Music of Black Christmas: Interview with the Composer of the Canadian Horror Classic

The Music of Black Christmas: Interview with the Composer of the Canadian Horror Classic

0 Comment

(Christmas music) – After the experience that children shouldn’t play with dead things where we could really take the position that musically almost anything goes, we went farther in that direction with Black Christmas. But Black Christmas I was to realize later had a great advantage musically. The glue around it was Christmas. The sound […]

Composer Anne Wang | The Roof

Composer Anne Wang | The Roof

0 Comment

My name’s Anne Wang, I hail from Sydney, Australia I’m one of the composers on this project I played the piano as a young child, as many people do As I grew older, I seemed to just assume that playing around on the piano was just a natural part of what I was doing Eventually […]

How Do You Get the Gig? | #AskMeAnything

How Do You Get the Gig? | #AskMeAnything

84 Comments

the most important question is how do you get the gig how do you get the gig how do you get the film let me tell you a little bit history about myself I had a successful electronic music career for a really long time and in 2002 I had a number-one hit with a […]

Getting Your First Gig as a Composer

Getting Your First Gig as a Composer

27 Comments

I would say the most successful way of getting your first gig as a film composer is to become an assistant to an already working composer I would say the chances of becoming a successful film composer on your own is 0.01% and if you become somebody’s assistant and you’ll learn the traits of the […]

Composer Nathan Barr's "sympathetic drone cello"

Composer Nathan Barr's "sympathetic drone cello"

0 Comments

[Applause] so it's got ten sympathetic strings here yeah exactly [Applause] first of all which is more amazing the instrument the dogs are the your ability to sit down and play and make it sound like thank you from bluegrass simple number six what if you wanted to go I have my perfect pitch if […]

John Burke: The Composer Concert [SNEAK PEEK]

John Burke: The Composer Concert [SNEAK PEEK]

0 Comment