The Art of Orchestration for Film and TV - Live Courses

Taught by Veteran Hollywood Orchestrator Scott Smalley
Los Angeles - May 12-13, 2012

Learn the exact orchestration techniques that top film composers like Jerry Goldsmith, Danny Elfman and others use to get the biggest, best sound from live orchestras with these live courses from veteran Hollywood orchestrator Scott Smalley.
I have taken this course and HIGHLY recommend it for any composers interested in writing for larger voices.
If you're a composer who writes for live orchestra, you need to know what Scott Smalley has taught over 2,500 film and television composers from across the world. Through the intense, detailed study of the music of Jerry Goldsmith and others, top Hollywood film music orchestrator Scott Smalley ("Batman," "Mission: Impossible," "The Insider") demonstrates why some Hollywood scores sound so good, and what you as a composer can do to make your scores sound bigger and better.

Enroll in these live courses if you:
* are a composer who writes music for strings, brass and orchestra instruments
* are interested in a full-time or part-time career as an orchestrator
* have a basic knowledge of reading music and writing for sampled or live orchestra

About These Courses
These courses are the live presentations of the industry's most popular and longest running orchestration course taught to Hollywood composers by Scott Smalley for over 20 years.

This intensive look at the specific orchestration techniques of master film composers including Jerry Goldsmith, Danny Elfman, Basil Poledouris, Alan Silvestri, David Newman and others will show you how these master composers achieve the richest, strongest and most effective sound from live orchestras.

Through the use of audio examples and over 350 pages of detailed scores and sketches from top films that course participants are provided, Scott Smalley explains and demonstrates specific orchestration techniques and shows you how and why they work.

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