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Cinematic Film Music Compositions for Beginners through DAW

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Lessons in This Class

9 Lessons (1h 7m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. [optional] ORCHESTRAL LIBRARY


    • 4. First Sketch of the Melody



    • 7. Intro Melody

    • 8. Outro

    • 9. School Project

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About This Class

Welcome to the "Cinematic Film Music Compositions for Beginners through DAW" Class! :)

This course will help you to create your first orchestral composition using DAW and Virtual Orchestral Library. The following classes are great for those who want to start composing for an orchestra, wether it's for movie (cinematic) or just for the sake of music! We are going to use the modern technology music production software that'll help us make an amazing musical piece of art that will touch people's hearts!

We will cover such things as orchestration, composition, and structure of the cinematic track! We are going to learn about orchestral instruments (sections of the instruments), such as: strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, tuned percussion, etc. Including: Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Piccolo, Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Tuba, Timpani, Bells, and many more!..

I hope you'll enjoy creating your music with me!


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Meet Your Teacher

Hello, I'm Daniel.

I am a Musician: Pianist, Composer, and Music Teacher. I'm playing piano more than 10 years, composing more than 8 years, and teaching about 4 years. My classes are fun, and easy to understand. You will have a lot of fun while learning! Just keep in mind: Practice - is the main key to success.

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1. Introduction: Hi everyone, My name is Daniel and welcome to my orchestral music production video course. And this class, we're going to be creating a hole or kestrel cinematic music like this. Well listen. That was pretty cool, wasn't it? So now let's focus on those things that he actually need to know and have before watching other lectures in this class. So the first thing as understanding the nose. So while Jamie by saying understanding the notes, so first of all, you need to know how to cave in notes on the keyboard. I came to know that this is C, this is D, this is E, F, G, a, B, it out. So that's perfect. If you do notice, if you don't go ahead and check out my other courses. And there is a very good music theory class that actually teaches you how to understand how to whom now the nodes and how to Akkad M on the keyboard, you know? So the second thing you need to have is any DAW on your computer, DAW, it might be F0 studio as a half or Ableton Live, or maybe GarageBand or whatever you like, whatever you have and whatever you enjoy to use. Third thing is any orchestral library. I have personally used BBC Symphony Orchestra in. There is couple of versions. The smallest one you can actually get for free if you pass this survey, I'm going to explain that in more detail in the next class. But if you already have a neither library, that's absolutely fine. As soon as it has strings, wouldn't ran some brass percussion best, absolutely perfect our array. So the fourth thing is actually, is actually very optional. This is the knowledge of keys like C major, a minor, B flat major, D major, and B minor, and other stuff like this. If you didn't know this, that's fine. But if you do know that as just birthdate, you are awesome. Well, you're awesome anyways. But if you're doing this, you're awesome to Weiss in RA, that's it for this class. And now is jump right in to the music. 2. [optional] ORCHESTRAL LIBRARY: Hi everyone. My name is Danielle and thank you so much for continuing to learn with me are. So today I'm going to show you how to get this amazing Spitfire audio BBC orchestra library. All right, so if you have it already, you can skip this class. If you don't, then please watch this gives this virtual orchestra library is amazing and there's a chance to get it for free. All right, so how to find this orchestra library? It's actually very easy. Go ahead, open your browser and Terrapin, something like Spitfire audio you can see right here. And BBC Symphony Orchestra is going to pop up super quickly on the first, on the first pages you'll find it immediately are at. So then you'd go down in, you see this beautiful instruments, then you see all those stuff. And now it actually ask us to buy something. So there is a first version called Discover, and then we have or and professional and there is some other information. All right, let's scroll up a little bit and returned to the discovered option. So it actually costs for a 29 box or free. Whoa, that's really interesting. So we can either spend for it in a mux or get it for free. Of course money, get it for free. Let's click climate. And now it redirects us to this amazing page which has these letters discovered. This VDS color version. We scroll down and we can hear the audio sample, we can see the video, we can read the text. And on the left side there is a button Add to Cart. So they asked us to spend 49 bucks. And there is oil era gray button that says for free or, or free. I'm sorry, sound. And they just basically added this huge I add to cart button. And there is this small or free button. And you guys should click on it and then you'll create an account, give them an email, and start passing the survey. The survey is very easy. They're going to ask you like, what kind of music do you prefer? Wanted to create? What kind of docx do use or something? Or what is her background whenever there is a 20 questions and all of them are easy. The only thing any to ask you to do, guys, please answered my realistically, don't answer with random combination of letters and numbers on the question. For example, Lake, what kind of music do prefer to listen to? Police? He answered with full sentences and please make sure that those sentences make Sam Yeah. So I like to listen to their bla, bla, bla, bla bla and done type hints, some random staff. Okay, so that'll be kind of easy for you, but there is a little issue is that when you pass the survey, they're going to give you this version only in 14 days or maybe EBIT class, but something like approximately two weeks, you know. And and got that one pretty quickly, I guess that was relayed 14 days, but it can get it a bit earlier or later is anode. So if you guys wanna save some money, then there'll be a great option. But if you don't want to wait, vanish, you can just go ahead and purchase it for 49 bucks. Or you can even purchase coercion or professional, but I would recommend you to do that a week later. You can start from this cheap version or even free, our admin France. So that's it for today. Thank you so much for watching this class and see you in the next lecture. 3. AFTER LIBRARY BEFORE MELODY SKETCH: Hi everybody, My name is Daniel, and today we're going to start setting an orchestra. So go ahead and open up your dark. They'll be the part of your project. All right, So basically we need to start from just adding the instruments to our simpler. If you have any other dA dW or if you have a neither or gastro every that's totally fine. I'm just going to show the whole process. The most important thing in this class is that what kind of instruments we're going to pick. So I already created this small template. We're actually be adding a bit more of the instruments. Because as you can see that this kind of a small orchestra. So you have just two violins, viola, cello, cello, or a oboe, clarinet, and staff. But we do need to have more. We don't have have a percussion here, so we gotta fix it. Okay, so today we'll just focus on instrumentation and you do, and you do need to do the same thing. So now don't compose anything, don't start bread duction. Just create this little template and add everything you need for work and every single instrument. And let's do that together because I'm going to be explaining a lot of important stuff. And right now we're going to start from a quick review. All right, so the first of all, you need to have two violins. By the way, you can. You can connect them just like one violin and you can just write a couple notes on the one single assembler. But actually our recommended to separate these two violence and that will make everything much easier. All right, so you will save your time. You'll be able to see everything more clear. Because sometimes when you see just two instruments in one single file like this, everything is actually mixing up together and it's difficult to switch with the layers. You don't understand anything like, Hey, I went to do a second violin here. And then you see the case when in one single file. And the second issue with having two violins in one single sampler is that it started going to help you with, with my gosh, with and the second issue that we are going to have, it will add two violins in one single file leg. There's, who'll just right for it to violence just here without switching from Violin 1 to Berlin to like, I'm doing great now, you know, you will have difficulties with making some kind of production stuff. So maybe in composition stage, that wouldn't be a big problem. But when you will start to, you know, make something louder, make something softer. Usually the second violin is a bit softer. The first one, and you wouldn't be able to put different effects and stuff. So there'll be Canada problem. So I just recommend you to put this same thing, violin twice. The first time. You're gonna do that for the first violins and the second term for the second vial lens, aright. So then we have a viola. So let me just open it up. And here we can see quite, quite simple interface. So you can just beg the instruments from this section of an orchestra. If you have a different or their celebrity, that's absolutely fine. Because, you know, I already said in the previous class that if it has strings, woodwinds, percussion, bras, then it's absolutely okay. So I picked a viola from, from here. So pick the violas and then they chose long. And I set everything up right here. Then we have a shallow. So they shallow. Looks like this as every now and then there is a second Sheila. And actually there was a little mistake with that because I actually wanted to then basis and a Santa and this as cellos. So now let's fix that error. And we just need to find it in this orcas short thing. So we see violins, two violins, YN, see viola's, and then cello. And then we can see basis. So we click on basis. We choose long, and there we go. And actually why it didn't change the name. You know, if you're a new user in your diet, especially NFO Studio. Let me just explain that actually I'm renaming it my myself, so it doesn't do that for me. So I need to do a right-click and then press Rename where it is that my gosh. Where is it? Replaced answered. Change color. Oh yeah, there we go. Rename. So we're re bases and click Save. So there, so there we go. We have basis. And then we have a horn, which is a bras instrument. Then we have, oh boy, which is a woodwind instrument. And we have clarinet, woodwind instrument, fluid woodwind instrument, bassoon, and woodwind instrument. Pick Hello, Women instrument, and then Trump ID. We choose a brass instrument. So basically Azure Command D to add a tube right here. So 10 or trombones and base term bones aren't very necessary here. But the two, but he's kinda important, especially if you're When do something strong with a lot of symphonic instruments. So let me add this orchestrate here one more time. There we go. So I'm going to pick tuba. Okay, and now let's rename it and say that it's tuba, rename to bar, safe birth x. So now we have two bar. And then of course we definitely need percussion. Percussion is extremely crucially important for our new track. So I'm going to drag and drop the UBC orchestra again to my simpler. Yeah, there we go. Oops, I'm sorry. Okay. So then we're going to pick salad with the percussion instruments. And unfortunately, we didn't have a lot of precaution things. Here we have harp and celebrity, and then we have just progression. And then we have 22 per question. So what's the difference between profession in tuned percussion? So just percussion instruments without the word tuned In the beginning, the don't really have a clear nodes. So for example, if you hear a tuned percussion instrument, you can clearly hear than the, makes him kind of notes, for example, exceed D, E, F, G, a, B. But in just percussion instruments, you don't really feel these nodes. You know, it's very difficult to understand what kind of know what it is. But in the tuned percussion, for example, I can Tim funny xylophone. Glaucon's pale and do other, other, other things. You know, it makes a difference and it can really clearly hear that difference. Whereas the node and staff, by these precautions, you just can't really tell or you can, but it's not that easy. Okay, So harp and CISD, okay, That's these instruments are very beautiful there. Magic and cool. You know, I guess all of you heard hard before. And Celeste D does the instrument where The beans tremendous. When and celebrity is the instrument we tchaikovsky used for his sugar composition. I'm gonna kinda this. So here we have Harbin, so that's D. These two are super magic instruments. There is so nice and the sound amazing. I think all of us like to listen to them. All right. So now let me add none tuned percussion and timpani heads and to percussion. Yeah, actually tympani is a tuned instruments, instruments. And I didn't know why did they put it right here. So actually it shouldn't be an intuitive percussion because tympani is a tuned instrument or as so. We also have entered Bryn question. Okay, I may add this and then we will have some of them be for some of the tuned progressions and actually harm and other, other things. Okay, let me drag and drop arm right time and then we have heartburn. So St Let's add our plugs for the beginning, because Celeste is some kind of a very unusual instrument. But harp is Mark comments. So let's stop on. How are my gosh, so less. So let's stop on hard right now. And now it's time to rename. So ingrained here and press Rename. So let me name this percussion. And then we have harp. And let me call it harp. Okay. Harp, our eye. So now let me add one more percussion instrument. So I'm going to drag and drop again, right here to the sampler. There we go. Awesome. So there is tuned percussion. Here. We can actually select a lot of things. That would be bells, marimba, Zola phone and LeCun's pile and other things. So now let's stop on the xylophone because as I already mentioned today, we're going to focus on the most common insurance. So we're not going to do something super initio that we just a cinematic track with the common instruments. So now let's just big xylophone and actually want to add a Tim Flannery here because I think that'll be really fine. So let me just rename it and call it a xylophone. Rename the phone there, Ringo, My friends. And now one more instruments and very gonna be all set. Okay, percussion and tympani and Tim bunnies. So let's leave it like this. Or more believable. Sounds pretty cool. All right, reference that said with our setup, the only thing is that is remaining to do is that we need to assign each instrument to this specific number. So we basically just screw up and please don't assign the instruments to the same number if you didn't have it in your diary lags. But if you use FL Studio, just do the same thing is added in. There'll be a very useful for you guys. 4. First Sketch of the Melody: Hi everybody. So let's gets started. Now we're going to create a main melody. So basically we want add something at the beginning or at the end of the track, who basically we'll sketch a down main melody for the violin. And then in the next classes we're going to do everything else step-by-step. We're going to add the percussion. We're going to add the beginning and the end of this music. So first of all, let's rename our pattern two main melody and change up the color, save. Perfect. So today we won't write something really complex. We will start with something simple because, you know, it should be very easy for everyone so that we need to sketch something really simple. And for example, I start from the note B. Alright, let me make it a bit less sound because it's super loud. Yeah. Alright, now should be better. So I'm going to start from D. I then go to the a. So the rhythm wouldn't, wouldn't be very complex either. So we can create something really simple and at the same time, really pretty. You know, it should sound quite good. Now let's add F and listen to what we have. O, e is late. I must be here. Yeah, let's listen to that again. Yeah, that's much better. That's way better. Our eye sedan, we need to make this EBIT longer and then we're going to add something new. No, let me, let me think of it. Well, I think I notice I think I know what is it going to be next to? I don't know. Maybe he's kinda weird melody by really like it. It's a bit magic and kind of odd melody. And at the same time it's simple. And a little sad. Oops. There we go. Lemme lesson. Okay, so I see two fan of him mistakes here. So first of all, we need to make that E a B sugar. And then this D is kinda weird. I think. Ow, change that node. Just lemon. Think about that. No, no, no, no, no. Yeah, let's show our time. So this is a bit strange melody, but I really like it. I don't know why, but I really enjoy it. So there is something magic and to do sad and really interesting in that melody. So I guess I'm going to leave it like that. So basically now go ahead and do the same thing. Please don't copy the melody. Lake when her ampersand, please create something your own. Please do something on your own. I really recommend you to create your own melody. It may be even simpler than mine, but please, ours really recommended to do something on your own. However, if you don't know much about the nose, if you don't have lake a very, very good knowledge about or no. So you can still copy the notes that I just created. But if you if you're a little more advanced than just someone who knows C, D, E, F, G, a, B. There'll be a great practice to create your own melody. So just go ahead and try. You don't lose anything even if you are not very confident with your note knowledge. All right, my friends. So now let me just add it to the main track, track number wine. So that is a main melody. Let me do a couple of copies right here. Yep. Okay. So I would personally recommend now to do a lot of copies, especially for this project. You know, you're tract might be very short, but it should have a bit more of diversity and it should be with a better quality. You know, I mean, so basically can do whatever you want. It's an art, but this is just my recommendation. And thanks so much for watching. Now let's work a bit more on arranging and others. 5. ARRANGING STRINGS: Hi everybody, My name is Jake and welcome sell. Today we're going to focus on arrangement, on making our melody a bit more beautiful. So I'm going to add either a string instruments, precautions and other instruments for a neither families. So that'll be percussion. Percussion, percussion, woodwinds and brass and media, other banks. So I'm not sure if we were going to do that in this single class. So maybe we're going to split it on a couple out of the process because this is kind of a difficult Dang and that, and that's super difficult, but it actually takes time and there's a lot of things to explain. So now let us get just started. So first of all, you need to go ahead and click right here on this thing when it says piano, violin 1. So basically just clicking right here, and then you must choose Violin 2. So here you need to decide why do you want to do for them second violin. So probably they can just double the melody, or we can do it a bit higher or a bit lower. Sages are, you went and just double the melody. Maybe I'm going to on this file in m-bit upper, like one octave oper, so images it is, I'm going to say that these nouns and then choose the Penzu to array, and then drag the rate here and find this same node, but Guan octave higher. Okay? So then we're going to copy this element. So I'm going to bake my Selecting tool again and then do a right-click. Hopes on. And actually i'm, I'm going to do the Control C. And then I just need to switch to the second violin and then this snout and press control V. So let me just doing this that would met pencil to RAD and control the rate sand. Now let's drag these nodes one out to lower and let's listen to what happens. Okay? Oops, sorry. Yeah, that's pretty dope. I really like it. So now let's add a bit more dark colors. So the second instrument is Viola. So it basically just going to at almost every single instrument and listen to what happens. And then the next glasses we're gonna do that beginning of the track and the enemy they can track. And then we're going to export all of this things. And just today we want to create any new melodic pictures is if I can say that. So I think we're going to do the beginning, the introduction, and the final. Now, so they track a bit later. So now it is just switched to the viola and to sound Valle ISD staff. Our race for the viola, we can change up and do it a bit. I changed it up a little bit. So I just want to start from the D, That's ray. And then so a, I think we can do it like this. Just on you've heard enough. And when it goes to that right here with unchanged up anything because it is going to be together. And when it goes to E, I would actually prefer to add a C now and then just make it a bit longer. So that's kinda of wind and interesting melody picture because as you can see here, of the have a different node and then it goes together with the same note. You know what I mean? So here just all as it's continue this because C and E flat, they sound great and pretty sad. So here we have a d and for d, I guess we can just go lake B-flat. Alright, now as this into what happened, Wow, I really like it, but our change a little bit. The viola, because somewhere it doesn't really sound. So let me just basically drag it gray here. And then yeah, the CNO would be yeah. Let's make it an eight. Let's see what happens. Oh, that sounds pretty dramatic. You know, I really enjoy this chord on the second measure eight here. While has just aw, that's freed a dramatic one. So i and j, and here there is some questionable things. Let me just slow us in and again. So yeah. I think I need to change the note right here. One more time, please. Yeah, so that a doesn't really sound within E flat. So it may just trying C-ring here. So yeah, I think secion Sam, good here. Wow, okay, and now let's try B flat. However, it wasn't really qu the first time. Oh, actually, let's try again. Yeah, I guess that would be really cool because a and C, that's kind of a minor thing. Kind of sad. Maybe yes, maybe now it's still a bit questionable. So while I'm thinking, I just wanted to tell a guy that e to the same thing. Go ahead and do the notes for violet to, for the veil off other instrument. Maybe you can just draw like this and don't really care. Yeah, let's just try a D here, I think, and work. All right, so now let's switch to the cello. And first of all, I want to add a lower D for evil last note in this melody right here. Yeah, I guess that would be really cool and let me make it a bit softer. So now let's think a bit more. So for the cello, I really prefer to write in this octave today. So as you do this, making just basically copy then now here I guess. I think that'll be great. No. No. Oh, maybe he's going nowhere. I'm not sure. No. No. Whoa. Maybe this sounds us in. I mean, listen to that but I'm not sure if it sounds terrible. I know very good at fan out. Marrying the leakage so that shrink sample is big dry, but we can fix it with reverb and stuff. So now we just basically need to focus on the wing houses sounds harmonically and how beautiful it is. We just need, we don't need to focus on that quality of sound right now. So just letting you know. So basis, I guess for basis we can make something even lower. And it went to start from the D note to all Yeah, that sounds pretty deep. Do like a shaman singing and stuff. Baba, baba, baba. I like it. Now. I think we can pretty much copy a lot of things from the shallow, but not completely. And I may just drag this down. And that ih bar yeah, you make here would be great, I guess. E and now we have done Don. Oh, sorry, that was yeah. So for these see if the D We need to descend thing really are really May 2 be we can choose, do a, continue that E-flat and then it kind of simple melody for the base, but I think it's okay. And then just yell at me, try to listen today, so I hope it's okay. I hope it's fine. But if it's not, we're going to do is fix it up. Okay, So here I need to change something in that dowel base because somebody didn't really sound oh, I think I didn't. Wilbur was so it didn't really work together well with E and E flat. So we would compose a tonal music. Lake Schoenberg dead them. Basically, that will be fine by here, note it as a rework. So we're going to switch the nodes from E to E flat. Maybe that's weird. I don't know. I'm Alison. M-bit early. So they E-flat starts kinda early, so images drag it right here. And then actually I want to make the base a bit softer because it's kinda loud and in my opinion. So now we're just on the basis are the fifth. Okay. So let me just make it a bit softer, just a little. And if you're percent okay. Why murder time? Teslas inane. So here I think it'll be yeah, I just copy pasting them reality right here. I hope it ordered. So it just lets me get softer. Yeah, that birds, at least for me. So now we have a coup string melody. And in the next classes I went to add that percussion and woodwinds and brass. And then we'll, we're going to combine everything together. And I guess it's going to take a couple of classes and then we're going to work on the introduction and on the ending of this composition. Or Edmond, your friends, thanks so much for watching. Please work on your project and let's do together everything above the strings, wherever friends See you later. 6. ADDING WOODWIND, BRASS AND PERCUSSION : Hey everyone, My name is Danielle, and today we're going to continue arranging our main melody. So I'm going to add the brass woodwinds and maybe bird cash-in. And also I went into it to you guys now is that they actually might have find this melody a bit because in some point in one really good, it didn't sound very well. So please listen to that again and spot the difference. So yeah, I've changed it out. These two nodes. They were C and E flat, I guess. And I made them F and E. On my opinion, that's perfectly fine and it's way better than C and E flat in this melody. Alright, so now we're going to just start arranging everything. And let me open up our, our release to vanish Germans and add. So now I'm going to open the piano roll and pick the instrument i1. Let me just zoom everything. All right. And I'm going to pick ordered. So we're going to do everything in its order. So we're going to start from from DEA. Sounds so good. I love harder. Do you guys love it? I love it. Okay, Let me just copy the melody of cello. I guess that is going to be great. Yeah. And now let's listen to what's going on. Now it doesn't really fit. Okay, so let me do it that note and then I'm going to do this and word on this. Yeah. I guess that's going to be better. A perfect you guys. So like I said, that wasn't really good at these two now it's, you know, it in salary. Well, by now I do it at those and now it's birthday. Okay, let's move on to the elbow. I love abotu. This is one of my favorite woodwind instruments. So I think I'm going to add the oboe nodes have bit higher. Some are here. I know it's too high, I'm sorry. Yeah, I guess it's perfect or not really. I don't know. So we're going to start from D. Yeah, we're going to copy the melody of the violin, I guess. So I'm going to add a DA here. I'm not sure if it's a good decision, but let me see. That's pretty interesting. So for E, we've got maybe C-sharp doesn't sound like a good idea of this. And then we go to the d again. Are now nine and not really. So I'm just going to copy them out it completely just on my painting. It didn't sound very well in this melody. Each might sound very good in something else, but not here, not in the cinematic music. Alright, so now let me just make it emit ladder, because boot is quite cool to a significant say. So I can barely hear it within all these instruments, will. I mean, I can't hear it, but not really well in the way I want. All right, my friends now we're going to add a clarinet. Salim it bake a clarinet. Okay? And here I guess we're going to just copy the melody from the oboe. But hey, actually I have got a better idea. I'm just going to. This a, and I'm going to copy the violin rake here, dot-dot, dot-dot, F, E, D. So there's going to be this and the G. Perfect. Now and let's listen to that. You guys might have noticed that these would, when sounds are kinda swallowed by the entire orchestra. When I'm going to tell you that in this case we're not, we don't want to hear like everything is the solo, every single instrument is cell. And now it's not just, you know, if it's low, these clarinet, they didn't sound very, even. They're not. Selma's by the, add some kind of a richness to this sound. So we're going to keep it and it's going to make a very, very good of a sound at the end of the day because they're gonna see debt. And for flu and when actually flew to sound a bit louder, I see flute as the, one of the main instruments in this melody. Alright, listening. So actually I want to open them, make certain, made the fluid a bit louder because in mind, so it's going to be the track number nine. I'm gonna go to the nine and raise it up a bit. Let's listen to why it's happening. And maybe this and this, let's make it a bit louder. Okay, good. And I'm just going to add a bassoon and percussion, and that would be it for today. And in the next class we're going to create a melody for it at the beginning is going to be some kind of an introduction. And in the next, next class we're going to create the final melody that's going to be something like an aisle Trump. So we plan to do intro and outro to this main melody. And I would really recommend to do everything in this order. So you start with something main and then do an introduction for it, and then do a final, you know, actually last two steps might be sp2 wrapped, you know, you could do the final first and then the introduction as a second actually is a third step. So you can just swap those two, but two for the very first step, I really recommend to do something main, you know, for for inducing the cinematic music. That's just my opinion and advice for you guys. All right, so now I may add bassoon. Bassoon is the second of my favorite would have been instruments and they really love it. It sounds like a human ways though. Yay. Now let's listen to it. I wanted to make it definitely ladders. So let me just check the number against somebody ten and I'm gonna go to the mixer. Do That's pretty good. So now let me turn on the brink. Questions are questions, percussions, professions are amazing. Yea, let me do that. Yeah, I think I picked in there for caution. I guess we must use tympani. Let me just, let me just check it out. Doesn't really sound like a timpani. Yeah. This is amazing you guys. And now I want to add one more percussion. And that's going to be a bow. I think on then the last node where there is a d, the bow must be there. And I've recently listened to a Shostakovich's symphony 11. And there was a bow in the memorial in movement. In fact, Saturday, amazing. So I went to add it right here too. Okay. It was in their own on to where it doesn't were. And I want to make it super loud. So now let's hear to what actually happening. Yeah, it's pretty good, Definitely. So maybe now I'm just going to mix everything up outside of the recording because it's quite long and boring. And in the next class we're going to start creating the introduction melody. All right, my dear friends, I hope enjoyed. Please repeat everything I just did today would be our own melody. 7. Intro Melody: Hey everybody, My name is Danielle and welcome to another video. So as you guys can see everyday sketch the intro. I'd say to now put this in the video because everyday done this for them, men melody. You guys are really know how to sketch the melodies in the island difference is what kinda melodies caches of the melody. Is it that the main melody, our introduction, or is the final melody like our trough? So for the intro, I said to start with the slow pace. So first I have cores at it while lens. First. Here we can see that I added a couple long nouns. Yeah, they're pretty, pretty long. And we have a 130 bpm. And here's the four measures and long single node goes for four measures, and there is another one that goes for the same time. So I've started pretty slow. And then I added some of the horns on my pin in hard sound, amazing. In the interim melodies maybe I guess have the differing opinion. But from what I figured out is just super, super cool if you add the heart as though. So instruments in the intro. So let's just listen to what happened. And I also added some piccolo, and I did not include bases and woodwinds except for a piccolo because you know, when you just tart that melody, when it, when it's an introduction, then you can do lake less instruments compared to the main melody because it sounds really batter when at the beginning there's instruments sound softer, but an in-demand melody. Everything goes like 2D. Everything is super, super cool and various all the instruments in the orchestra. All right, so let's listen to what happened. Are my friends. So this is what we've got. And as you can see, I've added this bell percussion. And there's a very, very interesting thing with this instrument. So when it added at first, I was like, Hey, it doesn't sound loud enough. And I was too lazy to go to plugins and master things as they Haidt, that's just a sketch. I don't want to add more plug-ins. I just want to do something now, this melody editor. So what I did, I just created and then put it in the right key. For example, a here. And I add another node, but at the same time, you know, they're on the same place in the time-lapse. So then I just move the upper note to the same place where this node is located. And I just repeated this process couple of times. So what I've got, I've got a very, very strong sound. You know, there's a problem with this echo because when it goes out, it kinda gives a lot of, a lot of echo, but you can fix it by just cutting the node or Jing some plugin automation with sound and stuff like that. All right, so there is also something would viz bow. I've noticed that his sounds input and Hermione. So I think I'm going to move eat. Some were heroes to the a and this isn't what happens. I can barely hear you that, but I guess it's okay. Let me just make it louder. Alright, so this is the melody, whatever, God, for the intro. Remember a bit slower. Remember to kinda introduce the listener to the main melody. And in the final melody we're going to do an outro. So we're China cannot say to the ions, Hey guys, the melody has been ended. The songs are going to be finished. And you guys need to receive. So this is where these two tabs of melodies are doing. Introduction is introducing you to the melody and R-chart. The final melody helps you to stop listening to that. Okay, So this is what we've got. And in the next class I'm going to sketch the outro and I'll show you what I've got. Are right, my friends. Please remember to repeat everything. Please. Do the informality. You can copy it complete, be either create your own, ensure melody. That's gonna be great if you'll do your own. And remember to share with me by the end of the class in the class projects. All right, my dear friends, let's move on. 8. Outro: Hey everybody, My name is data, and this is the creation of a final melody. So I decided to create the announce again without filming it because he doesn't really know how to do that on the main melody. It actually meant mode is the most complex melody. So if you know how to grade the most complex thing, then I guess you have no problem with creating all other things. What I'm showing you in this class is just this structure is snug this step by step guide. Did it create the final melody? Alright, so urinating guys know how to do this step-by-step being. So let me just expand it the structure. So for the final edits, edit to use the longer nose again. So here at the beginning we had a lot of lameness, and then we had a lot of different notes in the main melody was quite cool. And there is a lot of instruments and stuff like that for the final melody at a set it to use as less instruments is a curd. And also, I made a very, very long note. All right, so let's listen to what happened. Okay. Oops. I'm so sorry. That's already there. So that's pretty much it. It's basically the final memo melody for today's soundtrack. So now let's see how it actually goes with the main melody. Because, you know, it sounds kind of weird without a man melody array. So let me just come by with this track. So now you get it rates. So when they just put it separately from other melodies, just like a final with a solo piece where they just lay there so you guys understand anything? I think so That sounded kinda weird. And now when it heard the main melody and then the final melody goes on, you can understand why it is right there, so it doesn't sound weird anymore. So she can see the power of music, how the nose and melodies, or combine it together. And if they're not together, the sound not-so-good. So this is a very interesting thing in tread to repeat everything that they did with your own nodes, with their own melody. If you're a very, very new to the music field and you don't know anything about nose, you can completely repeat every single step we did. All right, so let's see the main instruments where violence. So there was just like in D. Oops, see, I accidentally went to the men are the main melody. I'm sorry. So here we've got just this shrinks. That was my lane. They are larger than violin, cello, and we didn't even have any double base already. So let's see how it goes. For the violin number one, there was just an Islam rare, I mean D. And for the violin number 2, there was this T, which is twice shorter. And then for the viola, we've got theirs. And for the shallow, we've got this. We don't have to actually have basis. I'm sorry. You have a basis here. And these double the shallow note. So then I did have to add the oboe. So the ERBB2 play some kind of a melody is based, D, E, D, and that sounds pretty cute. Let's listen to that. The ad some kind of a color. If you wouldn't have any oboe here, there'll be super boring. You know, just strings are going to be very, very long and without any sense. So I had a sad it to include the oboe and it's great. The only thing they say is that, hey, here's the D and here is an E, and then combine it together. Is, shouldn't it be weird? We'll get eight meant to be read, but not in every single situation on my opinion, and the situation today, right now. And this music, it sounds great. Just mapping. And if it up and make something that you can create it in your own way. I always support creativity. So I think we're going to end today's class. So the next class would be the last class and vSphere quarters. And I'll explain you in more details how to actually work on your scoop project, on your class project. So I'm going to play the whole thing. We're going to listen to the whole thing where you're going to enjoy it and we are going to finish our class project. All right, my dear friends, I wish you good luck. 9. School Project: Hello everybody, my name is Dan and welcome to the final video in this class. First of all, I want to say, thank you so much for participating in this class and did a great job you guys. And the second thing that I want to say is Congratulations. Yes. That was a long class. We covered a lot of things and now we are almost finishing. So in this video, I want to talk a little bit about your class project. So in your class project, you need to create the melody with an orchestra, something cinematic. The song that shows a specific mood, happy, sad, scary, et cetera. In my song, I got something similar to add the sadness, you know, make something really crazy and sad happens in the movie. And I tried to show that in music, in the orchestral music. So what about this structure? This structure is pretty simple. First of all, we have intro in the middle of this, so we have the main melody, and then we have a final melody, which could be something short that simply makes us think that this piece is going to finish very soon. All right, Now let's listen to the whole thing that I make throughout this class. So this is what I've got. Again, I'm going to say that one more time. You should not make a complete copy of everything that I did. Instead, use this term structure that I showed to you guys, use their orchestral instruments. Created structure a tried to represent a specific mood. So just represent a specific mood, which might be happiness, sadness, or whatever. You guys, one, It's all in your hands, is your creativity array. So I really wonder what kind of melodies did you guys get? So please share them with me. I'd really love to hear everything that you've got. And also, if you have any questions, you should write me right away and I'll try to respond to you as quick as possible. And your final task in this class is going to be exploiting your own project. So how would you do that? And you'll figure it out by around. All right. I really love to give the tasks where you need to work more and where you must figure out things on your 0, or where you need to use Google and stuff like that. If you will, use Google for that task, that's absolutely perfect. It's okay. So now we're going to click on the button called File. And we're going to use the expert option, and we're going to choose the WAV file. Then your followers are going to pull up and you'll choose the folder, click Save. And then you'll choose many different options on FL Studio. And once you guys to figure out how to work on that particular FFT, the meaning, our ad. So on this very happy moment, we're going to finish today's class. And if you want to have in other classes, would meet online and real time for piano or composition. It can click on the link in the description of that course. Or at my dear friends, I hope you enjoyed today's class. Please share your works and I'm going to watch and listen to all of them are red. My friends have a good one. Bye.