Trailer Music Analyzed: Behind the Process of Outlaw

On our latest Evenant trailer music tutorial, we invite composers David Yousefi and Rene Osmanczyk to dive deeper into their process behind this epic, western-styled trailer piece titled “Outlaw”. This is a really unique trailer track, in that it not only serves a very particular niche, it superbly stands out on its own with amazing sound design and vocal elements. It’s a well-thought out, properly spaced out piece of music that’s very marketable and amazing to listen to on repeat several times.

You’ll definitely pick up and learn a few things in this tutorial, where both David and Renee take their time in explaining every bit of nuance embedded within the cue.

So make some time, strap in, and check it out!

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