Chapter 1: Setup
Chapter 2: The Solo Instruments
The Violin (11:19)
The Viola (11:44)
Cello & Double Bass (7:17)
Flute, Piccolo, Oboe & English Horn (12:07)
Clarinets & Bassoon (7:23)
Trumpet & Trombones (6:48)
Horn & Tuba (6:05)
Untuned Percussion (8:04)
Tuned Percussion (7:14)
Chapter 3: Production Techniques
Chapter 4: Instrumental Sections
The String Section (9:05)
The Woodwind Section (8:45)
The Brass Section (8:55)
Orchestral Accompaniment (6:49)
Chapter 5: Managing MIDI
Chapter 6: Motivic Development
Music theory master Eli Krantzberg has heard your requests for an in-depth series all about MIDI orchestration and has delivered big time. This series is designed for those of you who want to create realistic symphony orchestrations using todays awesome symphonic virtual instruments. If you want to compose for film, TV or just to get what's in your head outside for all to hear, this collection is for you.
Eli goes really deep in this offering, starting with MIDI, custom and traditional setups and articulations, solo instrument descriptions and usages, how to create production templates, how to group instruments correctly, working with MIDI layers and splits, all the way to macro and micro sequencing, motivic development, modern harmony, deconstruction and reconstruction and so much more.
If you've ever wanted to get into symphonic writing, this series will prove indispensable. Get ready to write your masterpiece, get MIDI orchestration Explained today.
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Submitted 2 months ago
Exactly what I needed !
This has upped my producing game; shown me exciting blending techniques that I can pair with my understanding of other genres of music; and is concisely explained. Well done :D
I am a: Student, Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Ableton Live
Submitted 2 months ago
I am a: Producer, Audio Engineer, Ableton Live, Cubase, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Studio One
Submitted 3 months ago
Very well explained from midi to music
I really like mr. Eli K.'s Videos. Lots of valuable infos in each and every sentence. Also very precise verbally. Definately worth the €.
I am a: Professional, Musician, Sound for Film/TV, Logic Pro
Submitted 4 months ago
Thanks for sharing this acknowledgment! This is priceless.
I am a: Hobbyist, Semi-Pro, Professional, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Mastering Facility, Reaper
Submitted 5 months ago
Submitted 8 months ago
Lots of great stuff here...
A great little overview of the orchestra and orchestration. If you're a beginner you'll learn a ton but there is a fair amount of stuff for the intermediate composer as well. As an added bonus a lot of the concepts can be applied for blending and composing for non-orchestral instruments and synths.
I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician
Submitted 8 months ago
One of the best courses on G3 !!!
It's just amazing how complex this course is, I learn A LOT, thank you so much!
I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Logic Pro, Studio One
Submitted 8 months ago
This was an excellent course.
The content was well explained and logical in presentation. Lots of musical examples of the principles helped to illustrate the concepts and strategies in the course.
I am a: Hobbyist
Submitted 11 months ago
Very Helpful and Interesting
I really liked this course a lot and I thought that Eli did a great a job at teaching the material. I particularly liked Eli's review of the orchestral instruments and their different articulations as well as how combining different instrument families produced different moods in the music. Thank you Eli for a good introduction to this topic .
I am a: Beginner, Musician, Audio Engineer, Game Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Ableton Live, Acid, FL Studio, Mixcraft
Submitted 1 year ago
Fantastic. Thanks Eli
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