0 short piece of epic trailer music Posted by cj van brakel on December 21, 2015 at 8:33pm in Film, TV and Game Composing Hello everyone This will be my first post on this forum. I like to focus on the trailer music at this point in my life. I composed a short piece of trailer music. feedback is always welcome. https://youtu.be/MAZOxT-7ajM Kind regarts Views: 18 You need to be a member of Composers' Forum to add comments! Join Composers' Forum Email me when people reply – Follow
Well, the feedback i like to recieve is
1 does it sound well in your ears?
2 is it technical right?
3 how can i make it sounds richer and more full? ( or maybe its ok)
4 this is composed without any sort of compression or eq.
I am interested in making music for trailers, movie, game, docu's
Like audiomachine and two steps from hell for example.
And i really love to make that kind of music.
it heals me.
thanks for your reply
With thechnically right i mean if it fits all together, because this genre is a little new
for me. Is it done well? Or maybe someone can give me tips for the composition.
The instruments used are
ewql gold pro
And a selfmade sample ( the one you will hear when the music starts)
Instruments are used
Strings: Hollywood Strings, LASS, Orchestral Tools, Cinestrings, and Spitfire
Brass: Cinebrass, Sample Modeling, Spitfire, Soundiron Brass Symphony Series Brass Collection
Woodwinds: Orchestral Tools
Percussion: Cinesamples, Damage, Spifire
Piano: Malmsjo, Spitfire Hans Zimmer Piano, Steinway Model D, Cinesamples Piano in Blue, Garritan CFX, The Grandeur
Reverb: Spaces, Altiverb, Valhalla
Choirs: Soundiron, Cinesamples
Epic Orchestral Ensembles: Spitfire Albion Series, Orchestral Tools Metropolis Ark 1
Organ: Hauptwerk Virtual Pipe Organ
Other Stuff: Kontakt Full Version, Virtual Sound Stage
EQ is very important when working with samples, almost every time you need to cut the low end to avoid build-up, have a clean sound, and cut noise.