How to Write Adventure Orchestral Music

In this tutorial, I give you 4 Tips on writing Happy Adventure Orchestral Music by ear in the style of How To Train Your Dragon / Sonic The Hedgehog & more.

Orchestral Stems:

Libraries used & PC Specs:
Strings: Metropolis Ark 1, Cinematic Strings 2, Fluid Shorts
Brass: Metropolis Ark 1, 8Dio Century Brass
Choir: Oceania
Woodwinds: CineWinds CORE
Percussion: Rhapsody Orchestral Percussion, 8Dio Epic Toms & Epic Dhol
DAW: FL Studio 12.5
PC Specs: 3.4 GHz i7 CPU, 16GB RAM, 512 GB SSD + Extra HDD

Song: Green Hill Zone
Original Composer: Masato Nakamura
Cover Artwork: Han Yijie

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