Quick Tips On Virtual Instruments

Being a cinematic music composer, getting a realistic and dynamic orchestral sound is often key. A big part of getting that sound is how you record and program your MIDI to properly fit your sample libraries and V.I.’s (Virtual Instruments) and how you work with your V.I.’s (along with having great orchestration and composition of course).

Here are two short and effective videos from film composer Mike Verta, where he goes through useful and important techniques to apply when composing and producing orchestral music, and some tips and tricks.

Check them out below!


Be sure to check out Mike’s YouTube channel for more tutorials, walkthroughs, podcasts and more.

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