Evenant- Cinematic Music 2-FIrst Track and Beyond is an educational toolbox that can be continued from where CM1 was interrupted. It contains various resources on how to improve the sound quality of movie productions and obtain more professional sounds.
Imagine writing stronger melody, more interesting harmonies, better ostinatos and beautiful texture, magnificent statements and charming track structure without feeling overwhelmed or confused.
Through more than 11 hours of video material, covering 42 different technologies, you will find a variety of principles, you can immediately apply these principles to raise your repertoire to a new level. This course contains many techniques to help you improve your game.
Start with your first track-even beyond!
This is what you will learn
Make your melody more memorable, and how to reuse one melody for twelve different themes.
Extend your harmonic language with modal interchange, halftone median modulation, and powerful voice and inversion functions
Master 5 different types of ostinato, understand how they affect your audio track, and understand when to use them.
Learn about the usage of patterns such as Dorian, Mixolydian and Lydian, how to use them and how they affect your theme.
Create beautiful, lush orchestral textures and pads from scratch to breathe more life into prototypes and compositions.
How to create a more attractive track structure, climax, and how to build a dynamic journey in 4 minutes
Arrange a large number of brass instruments and choir to state the key principles, avoid dangerous mistakes, and make sound techniques.
How to quickly turn a simple idea into a beautiful string arrangement, and then into a complete orchestra statement.
Incorporate soft velvety passages, vivid orchestral performances and accents, deep pulsations and epic percussion into your soundtrack
What do you get in the course
7 modules covering topics from topic writing to tracking structure, layout and production
Exclusive movie music group II on the Evenant platform
More than 11 hours of video content
Subdivision of 2 orchestral works
The 45-minute masterclass of the most common mistakes and how to avoid them