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Mapping Out the Score


Welcome to Cinematic Scoring with Daniel Stockdale, where you will learn the essential elements of the scoring process. In this first lesson, Dan lays a roadmap of key parameters for both the visuals and music in the cinematic scoring process. This is an essential element of creating a good score and sets the foundation for the rest of the masterclass. Dan discusses important elements to consider when beginning a score, including tempo marking, hits/accent spots, and much more. Essential for producers who want to understand how to better structure their tracks.

Cinematic Scoring with Daniel Stockdale

Daniel Stockdale is a composer for TV, film & video games. He has worked on KSHMR Live, collaborated on projects for Assassins Creed, and collaborated on projects at Hans Zimmer's studio, amongst others. In this 13-lesson masterclass series, Daniel teaches the essential elements of cinematic scoring, covering different levels of the scoring process including mapping and sketching the score, utilizing strings, percussion, brass, and synths, incorporating a choir, how to use a MIDI controller with cinematic scoring & how to optimize your workflow. This masterclass is essential for any producer that wants to learn cinematic scoring or incorporate scoring-specific techniques into their projects. You can also enjoy three bonus episodes where Daniel covers essential cinematic music production techniques.  

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