Evenant Music

Winds & Brass

Orchestration With Sample Libraries

REPLAY AVAILABLE

Understanding woodwinds and brass and how to write for them is essential for creating a strong orchestral arrangement.
 
In this four-hour live workshop, orchestrator Anže Rozman will walk you through everything you’ll need to know about how to write for brass and woodwinds in your orchestration, including how to avoid common mistakes, understanding the physics of each specific instrument, and what libraries and patches to use.

Here’s the workshop outline:

Part 1 (0h-2h)
  • Basic physics behind how woodwinds and brass produce sound.
  • Basic principles about how to write for each specific instrument in the WW and BRS families
  • Writing for WWs and BRS in a DAW setting. Exploring what libraries and patches I recommend for specific settings (exp. majestic horn melodies, flute arpeggios, ect)
  • Basic principles of orchestrating and combining instruments in the WW and BRS families focusing on the general most used scenarios for each instrument. 
Part 2 (2h-4h)
  • We will write a short piece of music with a full orchestra focusing on techniques we discussed in the first block.

Here’s the workshop outline:

Part 1 (0h-2h)
  • Basic physics behind how woodwinds and brass produce sound.
  • Basic principles about how to write for each specific instrument in the WW and BRS families
  • Writing for WWs and BRS in a DAW setting. Exploring what libraries and patches I recommend for specific settings (exp. majestic horn melodies, flute arpeggios, ect)
  • Basic principles of orchestrating and combining instruments in the WW and BRS families focusing on the general most used scenarios for each instrument. 
Part 2 (2h-4h)
  • We will write a short piece of music with a full orchestra focusing on techniques we discussed in the first block.

What You Get In The Workshop

  • A comprehensive understanding of how to write for brass and winds
  • Step-by-step demonstration on writing for a full orchestra
  • Four hours of live workshop content
  • Unlimited lifetime access to workshop replay
  • Resources and key recommendations for your setup

What You Get In The Workshop

  • A comprehensive understanding of how to write for brass and winds
  • Step-by-step demonstration on writing for a full orchestra
  • Four hours of live workshop content
  • Unlimited lifetime access to workshop replay
  • Resources and key recommendations for your setup

Join the rest of the music students and enroll today!

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Meet Your Instructor

Anže Rozman – Course Instructor

Anže Rozman

Anže Rozman (1989) 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.