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I’m rarely at a loss for musical “ideas”.
They tend to arrive in my imagination with all instruments and “orchestration” as a finished snippet. An excerpt. A needledrop.
I can easily morph them or push them around into other ideas, or imagine them with different instruments. Slower, faster, folkier, more “classical” or more “modernist” or more baroque / renaissance. I can throw in a hip hop beat or a breakbeat or a four on the floor dance beat and mash them up. It’s all very easy to move around, in my head. I’ve practiced this with directors when working on sound design for live theater or when working with choreographers or on my own musical theater productions.
But these glimpses of what could be are usually only short snippets.
And they are only ideas; possibilities. Read more about On Communicating Ideas
This is my 1000th video on Modern Scoring Strings from AudioBro, but it’s the first that features the new version 1.1 improved legato and ostinato features.
Script: DOWNLOAD the video script
Super quick run through of PercX features using the Core kit. https://www.auddict.com/percx Read more about Auddict – PercX – features in 15 minutes
Modern Scoring Strings walkthrough part 1 (AudioBro MSS) Read more about Modern Scoring Strings walkthrough part 1 (AudioBro MSS)
AudioBro MSS – LUPIN cue excerpt by Mathieu Lamboley (Quick Test) Read more about AudioBro MSS – cue excerpt from LUPIN by Mathieu Lamboley (Quick Test)
Here’s a super quick experiment to use AudioBro Modern Scoring Strings in a partial mockup of the cue “One Way Trip” by Alan Silvestri for the original Avengers film. To finish this excerpt you’d want to automate much much more. Read more about AVENGERS music: Iron Man takes a “One Way Trip” (Modern Scoring Strings Quick Test)
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Rather than posting every single video, here is the entire playist! Tips and Ideas for music producers. I want to encourage exploration and have fun learning. I make music for TV. Also check out my live streams here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0OG9FXEf9FrOcttLIiM_5eVt1d4FGA_S
Rather than posting every single video, here is the entire playist! These videos are walkthroughs and reviews, experiments and comparisons of various sample software and synth libraries for music producers. I write music for TV. Also check out my live streams here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0OG9FXEf9FrOcttLIiM_5eVt1d4FGA_S
Why buy processed samples if you have a guitar? Try making your own cinematic guitar sounds! Requires a guitar (although the same principles can be applied to keys and synths) and basic production knowledge. Too often we run to samples to “solve” our production challenges when it might save time to spend a little effort Read more about Cinematic Guitars – DIY (Guitar Rig)[…]