You’ll learn about orchestral instruments and their notation, transposition, ranges, register strengths, dynamic capabilities, playing techniques, and more . You will learn how to properly prepare a score and parts and tips on how to proof them before publishing or performance. You will acquire knowledge of the different types of timbres and textures and how and why to use them. You will also learn about various instrument combinations, and the different roles each instrument and section plays within the whole. You’ll also learn many orchestration tips and techniques to help you in your orchestrations. If you want to be a professional composer and orchestrator, you’ll learnAuthentication failed. Unique API key is not valid for this user.
Who this course is for:
Beginning to intermediate level composers and orchestrators
Composers who want to expand their writing skills into the area of orchestration
All musicians wanting to learn about instrumentation and orchestration
People who have had a course in either instrumentation or orchestration but not both and are missing half the picture