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All well in these horrid times, I trust?
I am a novice, and I seek your advice: for scoring trailer music (you might try my song DarkEpicTheatrical), I have so far only used very silly instrumentation, to first try my hand. If I wanted to get slightly more sophisticated without spending too much money, what would you recommend, please? I am a Windows person, by the way, and I use Cubase.
Hi Bhaskar, thanks...all well! Hope you too. I would check out Native Instruments for low price additions to your library. And if you wish to go more sophisticated it's worth looking into libraries from East West, Vienna Symphnic Library or Spitfire Audio. And then it takes some programming ;)
Hope that helps. All the best,
Thanks for the inputs, very much appreciated!
Are there any courses (programming, arranging, etc.) that you would recommend? Or any individuals you know who would offer such knowledge (at a price, of course)?
Hi Bhaskar, there are plenty of courses. Berklee Online has a very strong Online Programm with any kind of courses, from Composition to Arranging to Production, even DAW-specific. Would definitely check out Berklee. Thinkspace Education has some good online courses as well. Hope that helps. Greets,
Thanks for taking the time to listen to and giving the generous review of "Gina's Waltz".
Thanks for the review of Cough, Burp, Sneeze. It's a fun tune to do with an audience. They make the sounds. Mrs. Kate