Ask Video – Orchestration 301: The MIDI Orchestra – Enhancing Realism [Tutorial, ENG]

By | May 14, 2019

 

Year of release : 2014
Manufacturer : Ask Video
Manufacturer website : www.askvideo.com/course/orchestration301-midi-orchestra-enhancing-realism
Posted by : Peter (Ski) Schwartz
Duration : 04:06:13
Type of handing out material : Video Tutorial
Language : English

Description : Make your MIDI orchestra sound real! Learn the art of creating realistic orchestral MIDI layouts in this inspiring Peter (Ski) Schwartz course. Orchestral sampled libraries are used everywhere. You can buy cheap, or put serious money on the top line of libraries. And while the quality of your sample library is important, of course, the correct midiing techniques can make the sound of any orchestral sample library more realistic. You just need to learn the proven and reliable methods that MIDI master and orchestral composer Peter (Ski) Schwartz shows in this informative, rich course!


Get real! Or at least get your MIDI orchestra to SOUND real! Learn about the art of creating orchestral MIDI mockups by Peter (Ski) Schwartz.
Orchestral sample libraries are everywhere. You can buy it. It can be ANY orchestral sample library sound more real. You need to learn how to compile and compose yourself by Peter (Ski) Schwartz, reveals in this example-filled composer!
And you can’t play themselves! The MIDI notes are the score … and the score is just a musical roadmap. So where does the “real” MUSIC come from? Trying to emulate a musicians! Well, you should be able to bring in your music! That’s exactly what this tutorial course!
If you’re using it, you can’t make it or not. You must be able to make orchestral scores that are almost indistinguishable from the real thing!

Content

01 Welcome (03:26)
02 Featured Sample Libraries (01:46)
03 DAW & Controllers (03:12)
04 Perspectives & The Best Libraries (06:36)
05 Advice for Newbies (05:27)
06 What is Realism? (03:09)
07 The 5 Degrees of Separation (08:09)
08 How Real Can It Sound? (03:41)
09 Playing to the Samples (07:11)
10 Dynamics Essentials (05:51)
11 Velocity Control (05:10)
12 Velocity Switch / Xfade Pt1 (06:14)
13 Velocity Switch / Xfade Pt2 (07:38)
14 Controller Velocity Response (05:10)
15 Velocity Compensation (01:52)
16 Exploring Velocity Editing (05:41)
17 Velocity Variations (01:25)
18 Hitting the Wall with Velocity (06:52)
19 Simulating Dynamics with CC7 Pt1 (04:52)
20 Simulating Dynamics with CC7 Pt2 (06:54)
21 The Myth of CC # 11 (02:05)
22 Simulated Damping in EastWest (05:13)
23 Adding CC # 11 Control to Kontakt (03:01)
24 Dynamic Crossfading & CC Control (05:55)
25 Breath Controller Dynamics (05:36)
26 Expressive Control in Vienna Instruments (06:54)
27 A Question of Intentions … (08:30)
28 Machine Guns & Robins (08:46)
29 When Envelopes Attack! (06:45)
30 The Problem of Mushy Attacks (04:47)
31 An Articulation Switching Primer (03:38)
32 Clarification via Articulation! (04:40)
33 The Mosaic Technique Pt1 (09:55)
34 The Mosaic Technique Pt2 (07:24)
35 Sample Offset: the Anti-Attack Control (10:25)
36 Enhancing Sample Clarity (08:50)
37 Realism & Release Time Pt1 (04:27)
38 Realism & Release Time Pt2 (04:45)
39 Realism & Release Time Pt3 (02:57)
40 Open String Vibrato? (05:13)
41 Wind & Brass Note Lengths (08:20)
42 String Position (04:50)
43 Introduction to the Harp (03:14)
44 Writing Realistic Parts (04:51)
45 Creating Your Own Glissandi (04:37)

Example files : not provided
Video Format : MP4
Video : AVC, 1280×720, 16: 9, 30.000 fps, ~ 887 Kbps
Audio : AAC, 44.1 KHz, 96.0 Kbps, 2 channels

 

 











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