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Walid Feghali - Cinematic Music The Essentials
Do you wish you were able to compose your own cinematic music, but don’t know how to get ed?
Ever wished there was a step-by-step guide to learning cinematic music production - from what equipment, samples and software you need, how to set up a studio, and composing, recording and mixing your first tracks?
Well then, this is the place for you!
In this course, I will:
Answer common questions like:
How do you compose soundtrack music?
What equipment and software should I buy?
What are the best orchestral sample libraries?
How do you use plugins like EQ, Reverb, Delay, etc?
How do you mix and master soundtrack music?
Do I need a musical education to make it as a composer?
Help you find the right equipment and software and set it up
Teach you a practical approach to basic music theory
Teach you how to use common production tools like EQ, Compressors, Reverbs, Delays and more
Help you write, record and mix a track from beginning to end
What You Get in the Course
CINEMATIC MUSIC: THE ESSENTIALS is a complete beginner’s walkthrough on how to get ed making great sounding cinematic music on your computer.
The course includes everything you need from getting ed, building up and learning all the vital parts of the modern home music studio to learning about basic music theory, composing, recording, and producing soundtrack music and the fundamentals of mixing and mastering, as well as recommendations for music programs, sample libraries and plugins.
As a student, you will learn how to compose and record your own music, how to mix using the main processing tools such as EQ, Reverb, Compression and more. The course will take you from knowing absolutely nothing about how to produce music, to cranking out tunes of your own that you can be proud of showing your friends and the world. While the focus of the course is more tied to soundtrack music, film- and game scoring, all the principles taught in this course can be applied on virtually any genre.
This, and much more in the course CINEMATIC MUSIC: THE ESSENTIALS - Everything You Need To Get ed Composing Music On Your Computer.
“THIS WAS AMAZING! If only a class like this existed back when I was 16, it would’ve the learning process for this kind of music a lot easier. Thank you SO much for this course. My workflow has improved dramatically, as well as the quality of my music. This course has been enlightening from beginning to end and I can’t wait to take the others.”
Rasheed Lindsey, Aspiring composer & producer
“This course is thorough and goes into just about everything you need to know to get ed with composing on a computer, and then some. Walid explains well and has been very responsive whenever I had a question, easily 10/10 for his efforts on this one! I recommend this course if you are just ing out, and will personally sign up for further courses here at Evenant as I find them to offer great value!”
Kjell Eilertsen, Aspiring composer
Some more great words from other students:
Join the rest of the music students and enroll today!
Your Journey Through The Course
If you’re attending this course, you probably have a decent computer of your own, one that you use for work, games, media and what not. A computer is the most important of all gear, as it will provide a physical workstation where you can host all your programs. The more powerful the computer, the faster and more complex musical projects you can work with. Simple as that. But what are the lowest requirements if you wish to write music? Well, as you can have quite a weak and relatively old computer and still be able to compose with samples and produce songs, you don’t necessarily need the strongest computer out there.
But I want to give you the reasons behind why you should buy a powerful computer for your music production. So instead, let’s look at what the different components of the computer do and how that relates to us music producers.
Software & Samples
Now that you have all of this equipment and a music production software ready to be used, you want to get some sweet sounds going. The sounds that you will be using for creating your music will mainly come from recording audio yourself, dragging and dropping audio files into your sequencer (the main part of your DAW, where all the instrument tracks and compositions will be), usi
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