ORCHESTRAL

EMBELLISHMENTS

A Live 4 Hour Online Workshop On How To Create Lush, Colorful and Vibrant Orchestral Arrangements

If you’ve always wanted to learn how to create deep, intricate and rich orchestrations utilizing both the orchestra itself and additional instruments and synths – you’ve come to the right place. 

In this 4 hour live workshop, Anže Rozman will explore different techniques one can use to enhance a simple idea into a detailed, captivating and colorful orchestration. 

We will “paint” using orchestral textures, rhythms and auxiliary instruments (world instruments, synths, voices) – as well as explore how to use runs, rips and flourishes in the orchestra to accent important moments like the climax of an orchestral work. 

At the end of the workshop, you will have a deeper understanding for how to go from a simple orchestration, to a lush and vibrant arrangement utilizing the orchestra and beyond. 

Here’s the workshop topics:

  • Essential Orchestration Knowledge 
    In order to do something complex, we must first understand the simple. To kick off the workshop, we will quickly recap some essential orchestration knowledge, the MeHaRyTe principles, and cover some common pitfalls to avoid when you are going into more complex orchestral territories. 

     

  • Enhancing Simple Ideas 
    Going from a simple arrangement to a deep and vibrant orchestration can seem daunting – but in this workshop we’ll aim to simplify the process using the MeHaRyTe method. You’ll learn practical tips and workflows in order to enhance and improve simple ideas, and learning how to dive deeper into getting the most out of each orchestral family by creating rich textures and passages. 

     

  • Using Auxillary Instruments
    When creating a lush and deep orchestration, we’re not just limited to the sounds of the native orchestra. Instead, we can get great results by venturing further and incorporating the sounds of the human voice, modern synthesizers, and world instruments from around the planet. By blending these elements into our orchestral works, we’re able to access whole new sonic dimensions that can add newfound colors and depth to our tracks. 

     

  • Powerful Accents and Details
    Orchestral runs, accents and flourishes can be a powerful way to accentuate important sections and moments, like the climax of an orchestral passage, or crucial happenings in a score. We will go over the best ways to utilize each orchestral section (Strings, Brass, Woodwinds), their strengths and limitations, and how we can use orchestral sample libraries to create powerful accents and details in our tracks.  

  • Idiomatic Writing With Sample Libraries
    Getting sampled instruments to ooze life and warmth is not always easy. We’ll discuss both mindsets and practical steps that we can take in order to write idiomatic lines that embody the energy of an instrumentalist, that gives us a more realistic and natural sound using sample libraries such as Cinematic Studio Series, Spitfire Symphonic Harp, Strezov Sampling Freya, Damage 2 and Forest Kingdom III. 

Here’s the workshop topics:

  • Essential Orchestration Knowledge 
    In order to do something complex, we must first understand the simple. To kick off the workshop, we will quickly recap some essential orchestration knowledge, the MeHaRyTe principles, and cover some common pitfalls to avoid when you are going into more complex orchestral territories. 

     

  • Enhancing Simple Ideas 
    Going from a simple arrangement to a deep and vibrant orchestration can seem daunting – but in this workshop we’ll aim to simplify the process using the MeHaRyTe method. You’ll learn practical tips and workflows in order to enhance and improve simple ideas, and learning how to dive deeper into getting the most out of each orchestral family by creating rich textures and passages. 

     

  • Using Auxillary Instruments
    When creating a lush and deep orchestration, we’re not just limited to the sounds of the native orchestra. Instead, we can get great results by venturing further and incorporating the sounds of the human voice, modern synthesizers, and world instruments from around the planet. By blending these elements into our orchestral works, we’re able to access whole new sonic dimensions that can add newfound colors and depth to our tracks. 

     

  • Powerful Accents and Details
    Orchestral runs, accents and flourishes can be a powerful way to accentuate important sections and moments, like the climax of an orchestral passage, or crucial happenings in a score. We will go over the best ways to utilize each orchestral section (Strings, Brass, Woodwinds), their strengths and limitations, and how we can use orchestral sample libraries to create powerful accents and details in our tracks.  

  • Idiomatic Writing With Sample Libraries
    Getting sampled instruments to ooze life and warmth is not always easy. We’ll discuss both mindsets and practical steps that we can take in order to write idiomatic lines that embody the energy of an instrumentalist, that gives us a more realistic and natural sound using sample libraries such as Cinematic Studio Series, Spitfire Symphonic Harp, Strezov Sampling Freya, Damage 2 and Forest Kingdom III. 

What You Get In The Workshop

  • 4 hours of live instruction from Anže, showing his process for painting with the orchestra and creating colorful and rich textures and accents.
  • Lifetime access to the workshop recordings. 
  • Ability to submit questions beforehand or live during the workshop. 

What You Get In The Workshop

  • 4 hours of live instruction from Anže, showing his process for painting with the orchestra and creating colorful and rich textures and accents.
  • Lifetime access to the workshop recordings. 
  • Ability to submit questions beforehand or live during the workshop. 

Go From simple ideas to rich orchestrations

See how the MeHaRyTe method is applied in order to create complex, colorful orchestral arrangements.

see ORCHESTRATIONS created in real time

Witness every step of the process as we create beautiful arrangements from scratch.

LEARN HOW TO CREATE POWERFUL ACCENTS & DETAILS

Learn how to use strings, brass and woodwinds to enhance important moments in your arrangements.

GET THE MOST OUT OF AUXILIARY INSTRUMENTS

Go beyond the orchestra and incorporate synths, world instruments and the human voice.

LIFETIME ACCESS

Go back and replay the videos from the workshop as many times as you wish, refresh your memory on some of the answers, and make sure it sticks.

REALISTIC MOCKUPS

Learn tips for how to write more idiomatic lines, and create realistic mockups using sample libraries.

4 hour live workshop!

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Meet Your Instructor

Anže Rozman – Course Instructor


Anže Rozman is a composer of concert music and music for media from Ljubljana, Slovenia. 

In 2008 he started his bachelor’s studies at the University of Ljubljana, where in 2013 he graduated with honors summa cum laude. He later acquired his master’s degree (with honors summa cum laude) in Scoring for Film, TV and Video Games from Berklee College of Music Valencia in 2014.  

As a concert music composer, he is most known for his orchestral and flute works which are regularly performed in Europe, USA, Canada, South America and Asia.  

Upon Hans Zimmer’s  invitation he moved to Los Angeles in January of 2018 to start working as a full time composer at Bleeding Fingers Music.

His most notable recent film and media credits scored under Bleeding Fingers Music are the score for BBC’s documentary The Planets (2019) and additional music for BBC’s Seven Worlds, One Planet. He also had his music used in shows like America’s Got Talent, Saturday Night Live, Dancing With The Stars, Master Chef, The Masked Singer and Lego Masters.

 

FAQ

I’ve taken Orchestration Reloaded already, is this program for me?

Heck yea! This workshop is going to be a perfect continuation for your studies, allowing you to dive deeper into utilizing the orchestra to create more rich and colorful arrangements. You’ll also learn how to venture beyond the orchestra and incorporate auxiliary instruments to broaden the color spectrum of your orchestrations, and utilize each orchestral family to their full potential by creating accents and runs. At last, you’ll learn how to create the best mockups possible with orchestral sample libraries. 

Who is this workshop for?

Anybody who wishes to dive deeper into orchestration and create more complex, realistic and colorful arrangements utilizing both the orchestra itself, as well as auxiliary instruments such as world instruments, synths and human voices. 

How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this content for as long as you like – across any and all devices you own.

While beginners will get a lot out of this workshop, we highly recommend going through one of Anze’s other workshops or Orchestration Reloaded first! If you want to get both of them as well as this workshop, reach out to support@evenant.com and we can arrange a bundle deal for you to accelerate your orchestration studies.