Scoring Tutorials
June 1, 2016

ProjectSAM release scoring tutorial videos

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…

Read More >>
March 18, 2014

Use ProjectSAM libraries? Why not enter their new contest?

ProjectSAM, the company behind top composing virtual instruments including Symphobia, True Strike, Lumina, Orchestral Essentials and others, have launched a contest especially for users of its libraries. So, if you’ve created a track using one or more ProjectSAM libraries, why not submit it to the contest? The closing date isn’t until 30th April so there’s also plenty of time to start a new track from scratch. There are three prizes…

Read More >>
December 11, 2013

So what are these new Symphobia Colours from ProjectSAM?

Following the publication of some rather teasing interface shots last week, ProjectSAM, whose award winning instruments include True Strike, Symphobia and Lumina has released the first title of its brand new Symphobia Colours series ‘Animator‘. We got in touch with ProjectSAM’s Managing Director Vincent Beijer to find out more… Hi Vincent, congratulations on the new series! First up, what are Symphobia Colours? Symphobia Colours are Symphobia concepts in leaner packages:…

Read More >>
January 6, 2012

String shootouts – what’s your preference?

You may remember award winning film and TV composer Miguel d’Oliveira from an interview we did with him on the Time+Space website back in 2008. Miguel uses many plug-ins from Time+Space brands and we were interested to hear that he’d started producing his own short videos in and around his busy work schedule. The first of these two videos can be viewed below and see Miguel comparing LA Scoring Strings,…

Read More >>
December 22, 2011

Composer Cedric Vermue demonstrates how he uses ProjectSAM’s Symphobia

Cedric 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…

Read More >>
March 24, 2011

Composer Daniel James on music production, making videos and working with Spectrasonics…

This week brought Spectrasonics’ announcement of their Bob Moog Foundation contest – the grand prize for which is the OMG-1, a custom built one-of-a-kind instrument designed by the company’s Founder Eric Persing. To enter the contest, Omnisphere users need to purchase and download the Bob Moog Tribute Library and create a track which utilises some of the sounds. The sounds within the library have been created by 40 different composers…

Read More >>
February 2, 2011

Composer Rod Abernethy talks video game scoring, virtual instruments and samples of yesteryear

Rod Abernethy is an award-winning composer and musician who creates memorable music scores for video games, advertising and television. His musical repertoire encompasses traditional acoustic and ethnic scores, unique hybrid soundtracks fusing electronic and organic elements, as well as dramatic music written for orchestra and choir. Rod’s dynamic music productions enhance numerous high profile video games such as Dead Space, Alpha Protocol and The Hobbit  and is currently working on…

Read More >>