Composer Cedric Vermue demonstrates how he uses ProjectSAM’s Symphobia

Cedric VermueCedric Vermue is a hugely talented 18-year old composer from the Netherlands who has gained quite a following for his incredibly impressive compositions showcased on his YouTube channel.

Playing the piano and classical music is Cedric’s main source of inspiration and right now, he is taking a gap year during which he is composing the soundtrack for an Argentinian feature film.

When we discovered that Cedric uses ProjectSAM‘s Symphobia 1 and 2 within his scores, we got in touch with him to ask if he’d put together a short video about how he uses ProjectSAM’s critically acclaimed plug-ins and, very kindly, he obliged.

Symphobia interfaceFor this composition Cedric actually used a theme from Howard Shore’s soundtrack from the Lord of the Rings – “In Dreams”. Cedric explains how he created this song using Symphobia 1 and 2 and gives some general tips for composition. He also covers techniques that he uses to create a more realistic sound and to bring more life to the midi instruments.

To listen to more of Cedric’s inspiring compositions, visit the Cedric Vermue YouTube Channel

Posted by Melanie Doidge

Having worked in marketing for over fifteen years with experience in various industries, Time+Space and the world of music production continues to be the most exciting of them all. With our brands consistently pushing the boundaries of technology with their products, the terrific DJs, Composers and Producers using them and the feedback from magazines and our customers, there's always plenty to tell the world about. Musical experience? I reached Grade 6 in piano back in my school days and am currently in the throes of trying to resurrect my abilities!


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