DRAMATIC & EMOTIONAL ORCHESTRAL UNDERSCORING

Part II: 3 Buildups on Strings & Winds

By Isaias Garcia

In this new tutorial, I’ll continue on from the first part of my walkthrough and process behind providing adequate music to support the visual narrative of your project; whether it’s an indie film, feature length, or video game. Composing orchestral music that doesn’t call too much attention to itself can sometimes be a daunting task. By looking at 3 similar sections that use slightly different approaches in the orchestration, we’ll look at how you could compose the musical textures that will accompany a piece of dialogue or action, while slowly building up to big emotional hit points to reveal what could be important moments in your visual project.

Isaias Garcia

Composer, Web Designer

Isaias is a web designer and film composer, currently working with the Evenant team as a content manager to bring updated and useful content for aspiring composers and musicians. You can check out his music page at isaiasgarcia.ca, and his and his partner’s web design portfolio at ijdesigns.ca.

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