Dramatic & Emotional Orchestral Underscoring: Part II

In this new tutorial, I’ll continue on from the first part of my walkthrough and process behind providing adequate music to support the visual narrative of your project; whether it’s an indie film, feature length, or video game. Composing orchestral music that doesn’t call too much attention to itself can sometimes be a daunting task. By looking at 3 similar sections that use slightly different approaches in the orchestration, we’ll look at how you could compose the musical textures that will accompany a piece of dialogue or action, while slowly building up to big emotional hit points to reveal what could be important moments in your visual project.

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