ProjectSAM release scoring tutorial videos

Scoring Tutorials
The term ‘cinematic’ is synonymous with the work of ProjectSAM. Their libraries such as Symphobia, Orchestral Essentials and Swing! (to name just a few), are specifically created for film, tv and game composers and being composers themselves, they know how they want their mixes to sound and come across aspects still missing in the sample world.

ProjectSAM  have released a host of scoring tutorial videos, there to help you create the sound that is most fitting for the mood, emotion or response that you want to achieve from your audience. Below are just a few examples of the tutorials available, but you can view all of them by clicking here.

How to write an epic, orchestral fantasy track 

This tutorial covers in-depth editing and tweaking of the MIDI recordings and shows you a number of musical decisions that were made during the creation of the track.
In this video, the emphasis is on Symphobia 3: Lumina.

How to start an action-adventure sequence in 7/8 measure

This tutorial covers in-depth editing and tweaking of the MIDI recordings and shows you a number of musical decisions that were made during the creation of the track.

Starting a mellow pop song using ProjectSAM Swing! and Orchestral Essentials 2.

Orchestral Essentials 2 is used for the grand piano. Swing! is used for all other instruments.
The tutorial covers in-depth editing and tweaking of the MIDI recordings and shows you a number of musical decisions that were made during the creation of the track.

Quickly Building a Rhythm Section using ProjectSAM Swing!

In this production tutorial for ProjectSAM Swing! – The Jazzy Film Scoring Library, learn how to quickly build a Rhythm Section without using loops. Logic Pro X was used as DAW for this tutorial.

Creating a Film Noir “Detective” Sound using ProjectSAM Swing!

In this production tutorial for ProjectSAM Swing! – The Jazzy Film Scoring Library, learn how to create a Film Noir “Detective” jazz sound, using 9 patches. Logic Pro X was used as DAW for this tutorial.

View all Scoring Tutorial videos here, or visit our ProjectSAM product page here

 

Posted by Charley Wheeler

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