Cinematic Composing com Essential Composing Foundations [TUTORiAL]

Cinematic Composing com Essential Composing Foundations
P2P | 30 November 2022 | 3.97 GB
So... You're halfway through a cool new NETFLIX movie and the music has inspired you so much that you press pause and rush to your instrument of choice. You absolutely 'know' that somewhere inside you there's a fantastic 'opening fanfare' or a dark and brooding melody' just waiting to come out and you can't wait to get started.

You sit there for a while... and you might get started or you might not but somewhere in the process you realize that something is blocking your path to ultimate greatness. Something is stopping you from moving forward. 

Is it the lack of musical ideas? I mean, there are an awful lot of notes you could choose from and an infinite number of ways to combine those notes. Maybe it's more that you struggle with the whole concept of using a sequencer and sample libraries to generate your masterpiece. Maybe you feel held back by your mixing skills? Maybe it's a bit of all of these things (or a whole bunch of other things).

No matter what the problem, the end result is you've hit a roadblock and you have two clear choices. 

The first is to 'throw in the towel' and just give up. The second is to take the steps to master these skills and move forward.

But where do you start? Who do you turn to? 

A traditional music college? A well-meaning YouTuber? There's so much information out there that it quickly becomes overwhelming.

You need to start with a clear, concise source of knowledge that steps you through all you need to get started on this magical journey of musical composition. A 'key' to help you open the doors that are holding you back.

And of course, you want it to be taught by experts!

Not just any experts. You want your teachers to be passionate about your progress and keen to see your improvement. Where do you find such a course?

Break Down The Barriers

After helping thousands of students with their passion to create great cinematic productions, one thing became obvious to the Cinematic Composing team.

Our students were coming to us with a massive range of expertise and experience. Some needed help with writing strong melodies, captivating harmonies, and basic orchestration. Others really struggled more with the technical areas like setting up a sequencer and choosing sample libraries. And many were very new to every single aspect of cinematic composing.

So we launched 'Essential Composing Foundation' which is designed to give you everything you need to get started in the amazing world of cinematic composing..... Everything!

No matter where you're starting in the journey of cinematic composition, Essential Composing Foundation will give you the tools you need to confidently move ahead.

You'll learn how to write melodies and how to give them emotion with harmony. How to use instrument groups to make your ideas interesting and musical. You'll also learn which sample libraries to use and how to set them up in a basic template so your ideas will turn into finished tracks with less hassle.

It's the perfect course for you to start on your Cinematic Composing journey. 

Meet your trainer

Marc Jovani, Composer, Teacher, Cofounder of Cinematic Composing

Based in Los Angeles. Has composed soundtracks for more than 50 movies
Has provided music for major studios such as NETFLIX, Amazon, Lionsgate, Syfy, FOX.
His movies have been distributed internationally on leading, nationally broadcasted television channels, including Lifetime (USA), TF1 (France), the Hallmark Channel (USA), Canale 5 (Italy), Antena 3 (Spain), HBO (USA) and more.
His music has been recorded in major studios: Warner Bros (Burbank), EastWest (Hollywood), and others.
Co-founder of Cinematic Composing (2016) with more than 10.000 students and growing
Berklee College of Music: Composition & Orchestration teacher at Berklee (2010-2016)

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