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

Share this article!

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on reddit
Share on whatsapp

Start Your Creative Journey With Our

From Cinematic Music Creation and Trailer Music to Digital Illustration & Concept Art, our in-depth online courses are geared towards accelerating your skills to the next level. Learn from industry professionals, transform your skills and turn your passion into a living – starting right now.

Make A Account And Join Our Awesome Community

Evenant is so much more than just a course platform. We’ve seen former students go on and land gigs, reach milestones, and even become valued team members of our own company over time.  From catching up through international meet-ups, celebrating Christmas, traveling, seeing live shows and going on hikes – Evenant is more than just an online school, it’s a community… 

Related Articles

Computer Recommendations For Composers

If you’re mostly into making soundtrack music for games, movies, trailers and so on, it’s important that you know how the computer specs need to differ from other music production genres. It’s not only about recording audio and slapping on a few synths and samples. Samples are our bread and butter, and we use a lot of them to get a realistic and huge cinematic sound.


examples of social proof

New Report