As part of the promotional campaign for our very first cinematic trailer sound design sample library MONUMENT, I’ve created a hard-hitting trailer music track to accompany our product video. Since so many of you asked how I did it and wanted to know which sounds I used for the track, I’ve come up with the following tutorial on how to create cinematic trailer music.
In his highly popular Youtube video series Studio Time With Junkie XL, the Grammy-nominated film composer – also known as Tom Holkenborg – takes you behind the scenes of his work for some of Hollywood’s most popular movies in recent times.
When I was in college I briefly considered switching my degree from communication to music composition. But that dream was quickly squashed by a humiliating experience with an intimidating, white-haired old music theory professor. Luckily, Thinkspace-founder Guy Michelmore had a similar experience and decided to do something about it, thus creating the online course Learn Music Theory.
Today we will be checking Berlin Symphonic Strings, a new addition to Orchestral Tools’ acclaimed Berlin product line. Berlin Symphonic Strings features full symphonic string sections of 18 first violins, 16 second violins, 14 violas, 12 celli, and 8 double basses.
Evenant just launched a 3-day flash sale on all of their courses! From February 19th to 21st you get 30% off on any of Evenant’s comprehensive music and design courses.
Cinematic sample library developer Wavelet Audio just released a new product called Trailer Box: a trailer sound design toolkit designed for modern cinematic audio and video projects. The sounds presented in this toolkit are based around twisted organic sounds and noises as well as powerful guitar and bass recordings.
Today we’re starting a new series of articles in which we highlight our 5 favorite products from the world of cinematic music & trailer music production. This time, we’re focusing on the best online courses for producers who want to learn the art and craft of trailer music production.
Today we are having a look at a new composition course called Cinematic Music Creation. Hosted by Christopher Siu, this comprehensive course promises to cover multiple topics, step by step, from music theory, composition techniques, and orchestration, all the way up to mixing and mastering.
Orchestral Tools just launched a brand-new, free instrument subscription service called SINEfactory. The goal behind SINEfactory is to provide users with free, unique & custom-built instruments for Orchestral Tools’ own sampler engine SINE.
Today we’re checking out ProjectSAM’s latest addition to their “Colours” product range: Adaptive Runs. Colours: Adaptive Runs offers a vast set of orchestral…
EPICOMPOSER is a personal blog about the daily life and passion of a working composer. Creating music during the day and turning into an addict for all things epic music at night, I decided to share my stories, experiences and interests with everyone who shares my passion.
Under my own audio production brand name Lucky Punch Music, I create sound & music for motion picture advertising (Star Wars: The Mandalorian, Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel), video games, commercials and events.