Learn the key concepts about orchestration (Balance, Separation & Arrangement)
Learn how to distribute musical ideas across the orchestra
“Orchestration 1: From Sketch to Orchestra”
This manual will teach you everything you need to know about each instrument and section for composing orchestral music. It will also show you how to balance, distribute and arrange your musical ideas in an orchestral context.
The basic orchestration concepts are always the same, whether you grab an orchestration book or take private lessons.
The key difference is in the way those concepts are presented.
There’s a lot that you can read from various sources, but you’ll turbocharge your learning by focusing on the most important concepts and techniques that will greatly improve your orchestration skills.
In order to get a rich and full orchestral sound out of our musical ideas, we need to have a solid understanding of the basics:
#1– The distinct features of each instrument
#2 – Timbre management
#3 – How to voice each section
#4 – How to use orchestral techniques to achieve separation and a good distribution of the different musical lines
#5 – Understand the weight of each section to achieve orchestral balance
You’ll become an expert at the fundamentals of orchestration, and will learn why it is so important to master the basics before going for more challenging orchestral textures.
You’ll discover the importance of a good arrangement to attain balance. You’ll learn how this is going to be much more effective than just using dynamics and how this will almost guarantee the best results no matter the orchestra size.
You’ll discover the go-to voicings and arranging techniques to use for each section when you want to achieve certain effects, such as how to write for brass when you want an epic sound, what range of the flute sounds darker for a sadder tone, how to blend strings and woodwinds to add certain colorations, and how to get more definition for low cello and bass lines.
You’ll discover the importance of doubling and combining instruments and section. You’ll understand how that can sometimes increase the weight of a musical idea or other times will create a new timbre. Most importantly, you’ll learn what instruments NOT to put together depending on what purpose you’re after.
You’ll discover the three basic elements for creating separation so that your music sounds clear. If you are orchestration your orchestral mockup, and using sample libraries to produce your orchestral music, using this three basic elements is going to be of major help for gaining clarity and separation and it going to be the mixing part much easier.
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